Cowboys Have Shown Glimpses Their RBBC Can Work

NFL: Preseason-Dallas Cowboys at San Diego Chargers

No one knows how the running back situation will work this season for the Dallas Cowboys but they did show how it could work last year. It was week six in the 2014 season when the Cowboys went to play the Seattle Seahawks and utilized all three RB’s to near perfection. In a season that featured so much DeMarco Murray for Dallas, it was a rare display of what a running back by committee could … Continue reading

Film Room: Linebacker Jasper Brinkley


Like a lot of you, I am part of the generation who grew up playing the “Madden” football video game. We all played the Franchise mode a million times and upgraded our teams so that we had a stud at every position. There was never any average players on my roster. If they had an average player on my roster, trade that future draft pick to get a star.  And if you were like me, … Continue reading

Could Lance Dunbar Lead The Cowboys In Rushing?

Dallas Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar (25) breaks away from the the Oakland Raiders defense for a big third quarter run at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Thursday, November 28, 2013.  (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News)

As the Cowboys head into training camp, it seems as if the running back battle in Dallas is down to Joseph Randle versus Darren McFadden, (I still believe in Ryan Williams. We will see.) but are we forgetting about Lance Dunbar? Maybe. I’m going to make a not-so-bold prediction that no Dallas Cowboys running back in 2015 will be able to replicate DeMarco Murray’s 449 offensive touches that were lost via free agency. But, it … Continue reading

Ranking The 12 Most Important Players To The Steelers Offense


The following rankings are a list of twelve offensive players who are the most important to the Steelers organization in 2015. These players are not necessarily ranked worst to best. This list, however, is based on talent, importance of position, and depth (or lack there of) at each particular position. In other words, it is a list of players the Steelers could least afford to lose. Let’s start at twelve:   FB/TE Will Johnson There … Continue reading

Position Battles: Pittsburgh Steelers Edition


It’s no surprise that every team, year after year, has a number of players battling for  valuable playing time. Unless you are one of the few superstars in the league (like Ben Roethlisberger or Antonio Brown, for instance) nobody is safe from being surpassed on an NFL roster. In the case of the Steelers in 2015, there are plenty of position battles to take note of. Let’s break down the most interesting position competitions to … Continue reading

Will Terrance Williams Shine In 2015?


The biggest story line in the Dallas Cowboys’ off-season is the saga surrounding stud wide receiver Dez Bryant. For the most part, Bryant has stayed away from the team in hopes of getting a long-term deal from the Cowboys, which doesn’t seem to be coming. It seems like a desolate situation right now but it is possible that some good can come from Dez’s absence. Without Bryant taking all the reps and seeing a ton … Continue reading

Looking Back: A Scouting Report on RB Lache Seastrunk

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Every year around this time, we hear over and over that you can find running backs in the middle rounds that can play. This year is no different. There isn’t a bonafide first round back, but there are a ton of talented players who can contribute right away. And if you are looking for an explosive player out of the backfield this year, look no further than Lache Seastrunk from Baylor. Seastrunk rushed for 1177 … Continue reading

Player Breakdown: Senquez Golson

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Senquez Golson: NFL Player Comparison After breaking down the similarities between Bud Dupree and Patriot’s linebacker Jamie Collins, it’s time to shift our focus to the Steelers second round pick of the 2015 NFL Draft: Senquez Golson. Golson is a player believed by many experts to have been over-drafted by the Steelers this spring. Some believe he doesn’t have the size or length to be a true starting cornerback in the NFL. Before we jump … Continue reading

Film Room: What Makes Dez Bryant Elite?

NFL: Dallas Cowboys-Training Camp

Earlier this offseason, I made the case that Dez Bryant was the league’s best receiver using a variety of advanced stats. If you missed it, you can read that article here: Today, we are going to specifically look at Dez Bryant’s 2014 season as it was a record breaking year for the fifth year wide receiver from Oklahoma State. How dominant was he? For the sake of being complete, here are some records or … Continue reading