Senior Bowl Spotlight: Kenjon Barner, RB- Oregon

Senior Bowl Spotlight: Kenjon Barner Byron Lambert, Kenjon Barner, RB Oregon Height: 5’11” Weight: 192 lbs Age: 23 Moves: Utilizes the skip-cut. Does not possess a signature move. NFL Comparison: Chris Rainey NFL Fit: Cleveland Browns Scouting Notes: Barner is a game changer in space with his speed and acceleration. Although similar in size,

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Fantasy TE Targets and Fantasy Points Per Target Rankings

Fantasy TE Targets and Fantasy Points Per Target Rankings Alex Dunlap, Fantasy points per target ratio helps in identifying (situationally) whether the TE is generally utilized in ways conducive to generating fantasy production (i.e. red zone usage and potentially explosive route assignments.) This is a measure of efficiency as opposed to volume. These are

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Doug Martin to Get Help From Unlikely Source in Rookie Season

Earnest Byner To Pass Along Knowledge of Chris Johnson, MJD to Martin Alex Dunlap, It was obvious during Senior Bowl practices that the Tampa Bay Bucs were the team who’s scouts seemed the most interested in speaking with running backs. Boise State RB Doug Martin in particular. At the Combine, we learned that new

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Markelle Martin Heads to Nashville…

Newest Tennessee Titan DB Fell in Draft Due to Injury Concerns, Not Talent Alex Dunlap, Former Oklahoma State S Markelle Martin didn’t work out all draft season and his coverage skills aren’t great. The Patriots brought Martin in for a workout the week before the draft, which you assume was just for medicals ,

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Breaking Down Boom Herron, Newest Bengals RB


The Real McCoy?

Weeden in, McCoy on his way out in Cleveland Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, Photo Credit In an interesting turn of events, The Cleveland Browns drafted Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden with the 22nd pick of the 2012 NFL Draft. This is after they reportedly told incumbent Colt McCoy that they would not draft a

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Fantasy Prognosis: Lamar Miller RB, University of Miami

Rookie Fantasy Prognosis: Lamar Miller RB, University of Miami Byron Lambert, Photo Credit Lamar Miller may be responsible for the revival of the Hurricane RB in the NFL. Very smooth and very fast, Miller shows Chris Johnson/Darren McFadden type burst through the line of scrimmage. He can make the big play, but also runs

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Rookie Fantasy Prognosis: LaMichael James

NFL DRAFT AND FANTASY:Rookie Fantasy Prognosis: LaMichael James Byron Lambert, Photo Credit An instant playmaker the minute he hit the field in Oregon, RB LaMichael James is an extremely explosive offensive weapon. In his three years as a Duck he averaged a prolific 1694 yards and 18 TDs as a feature back. James showed

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A 4-20 NFL Mock Draft Filled With…..Smoke Signals, Of Course

Alex and Byron are joined by Mike Loyko of for our second installment of the Round Robin Mock Draft Series. This one has some trippy surprises. Very fitting for a 4-20 mock. Click It Here for the Podcast!