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Vincent Taylor NFL Draft Profile Published 4/4/2017 in Pro Football Talk LineVincent Taylor

Vincent Taylor - Defensive Tackle - Oklahoma State DOB - JAN 04 1994 Height - 6'3" Weight - 305 lbs Click Here for NFL Combine Stats Strengths: Top notch strength and surprising speed for a big man. Even when he is not getting the sack or tackle for loss he is a pocket perpetrator. Strong first punch at point of attack... read more→

NFL Mock Draft v2.0 Published 3/30/2017 in Pro Football Talk LineNFL Draft

HUGE Four Round NFL Mock Draft All 32 NFL Teams Regular AND compensatory selections SportsTalkLine Audio Post [supsystic-tables... read more→

Derek Rivers NFL Draft Profile Published 3/11/2017 in Pro Football Talk LineDerek Rivers

Derek Rivers - OLB/Defensive End - Youngstown State Height - 6'4 Weight - 250 lbs Click here for NFL Combine stats Strengths: Rivers is one of those guys that when you watch his tape you find few holes in his game. His speed, his power, his off the ball explosion is all insanely talented. Rivers has one of the best first steps out of... read more→

DE Avery Moss NFL Draft Profile Published 2/25/2017 in Pro Football Talk LineAvery Moss

Avery Moss Defensive End – Youngstown State Strengths: Powerful player that plays with plenty of upper body strength. Consistently pushes Lineman back into Quarterback. Can win the edge with speed but doesn’t show it all that often. Has a motor that doesn’t stop until the play is over. Consistent tackler at the line of scrimmage.... read more→

Patriot's Training Camp: Day 2 Published 7/31/2016 in Pro Football Talk Line

Wet and tense are the best ways to describe day two of the New England Patriots training camp. The team battled rain and frustration as they went through their second day of pad-less practice. Here are a number of my observations from the day: Attendance Report: Many in the Boston media made a fuss over Jamie Collins missing day one of camp,... read more→

NFL Not A Moral Authority Published 4/21/2015 in Pro Football Talk Line

It's 2015 and one thing is abundantly clear. The statement "NFL Not A Moral Authority" is true in fact and should also be true in perceived reality. In today's NFL a player needs to have priestly credentials in order to be accepted by the media and the fans. Woe betide a player who makes a mistake. At that point his NFL career should be over in... read more→

Philip Rivers Is Doing The Right Thing Published 3/31/2015 in Pro Football Talk LineChargers Cheerleaders

In a sports world that's gone mad with money it's rare when fans are blessed by a sports entity that actually "gets it". Recently San Diego was gifted with just such a moment while in the midst of the morass of public relations posturing and back room maneuvering that seems to flourish when a team and a local government don't see eye to eye on... read more→

Dallas Cowboys RB Breakdown Published 3/26/2015 in Pro Football Talk LineDemarco Murray

The Dallas Cowboys have four RB's on the roster not named DeMarco Murray. What do they bring to the table on game day? Audio listen to ‘Dallas Cowboys RB Breakdown’ on audioBoom // Print Version Dallas Cowboys RB Breakdown Joseph Randle -6'0", 210 lbs, 23 years old, Oklahoma State, 3 yr vet The bad news is $9,000 Worth of Undies was... read more→

Greg Hardy Testimony - Just The Facts Published 3/18/2015 in Pro Football Talk Lineclip board

Audio Post listen to ‘Greg Hardy Testimony - Just The Facts’ on audioBoom // Print Version In a recent discussion I was unable to assess former Carolina Panther, Greg Hardy's impact due to his off field troubles on a new team. What are the facts? Are the facts of a Greg Hardy testimony even assessable with publicly available knowledge? I... read more→

Are Dallas Cowboys Finally Getting It? Published 3/17/2015 in Pro Football Talk LineJerry Jones Jason Garrett

Audio Post listen to ‘Are Dallas Cowboys Finally Getting It?’ on audioBoom // Print Version After decades of consistent failure an upswing in fortunes that is viewed as a culmination of hard work rather than an outlier begs the question, are the Dallas Cowboys finally getting it? A team reflects ownership. Hands on, hands off, familial... read more→