Scouting Video of The Day: Gerod Holliman


Gerod Holliman is one of the most polarizing players in this entire draft. Holliman possess the one skill that teams covet from their safeties; the ability to be a true center-fielder. The problem is that Holliman has zero desire to help in the run game. Watch for yourself and comment below: My notes: – Excellent range – Soft hands – Excels in both man and zone schemes – No interest in tackling – No real … Continue reading

Dallas Cowboys: Top Games For 2015


The Dallas Cowboys have five primetime games on the 2015 regular season schedule. However, many of these primetime slots are not their toughest opponents or most anticipated matchups. The Cowboys clearly surpassed expectations for the 2014 season, finishing with a 12-4 overall record and NFC East Champions. We all know that the Cowboys are arguably under the most pressure each year than any other team in the National Football League. Will that pressure rise even … Continue reading

David Johnson Scouting Report


Last week, I profiled T.J. Yeldon as a player the Dallas Cowboys could look to add in the second round in the NFL Draft if the team misses out on Todd Gurley or Melvin Gordon. Today, we are going to look at Northern Iowa’s David Johnson as a prospect the Cowboys could add in the third or fourth round to solidify the team’s backfield. Measurables: What I Like: Johnson is the most explosive running back … Continue reading

What contributed to Dallas’ successful running game?


As we reflect on the season of 2014 and look forward to the upcoming draft, there seems to be a looming question in Dallas that has been around since the days of Emmitt Smith and the Great Wall of Dallas. That question is what’s the main reason for the stellar running game? Is it the running back or the offensive line? During the days of Emmitt Smith, there were those who believed he wasn’t the … Continue reading

Dallas Cowboys Pre-Draft Game-By-Game Predictions

Dallas-Cowboys Helmet

  The NFL schedule just came out and early predictions are already on their way. Below I take my best shot on predicting each Dallas Cowboys game’s final outcome and the hopes Dallas came make it to the playoffs in back-to-back seasons. Lets begin:   Week 1: Sunday, Sept. 13 vs. New York Giants, 8:30 p.m. Dallas has won 5 of the last 6 meetings between the Giants. Cowboys come out of the gates fired … Continue reading

Age Matters: Taking A Look At The NFL Draft


I am a firm believer in using every available piece of data when evaluating players. So when I find a piece of information that is intriguing, I use it. Amari Cooper is the youngest player entering the 2015 NFL Draft. To me, that is a very important when evaluating receivers because I believe that the age of a receiver when he is drafted combined with his draft position will indicate success. Below, I calculated the … Continue reading

Scouting Report: Tevin Coleman


  If I had to bet right now, I would say that Tevin Coleman will be a first round pick in two weeks. With a very successful pro-day in the books, Coleman looks to have a stronghold on the third running back spot in the upcoming draft. Measurables: What I Like: If given a crease, Coleman can take it to the house at any point. Eats up yardage and runs effortlessly. Coleman was ultra-productive behind … Continue reading

Who Was The Best Wide Receiver In 2014?

San Francisco 49ers v New York Giants

Determining the best receiver in football used to be easy. You could just ask anyone who the best receiver was and for the most part, you would get a consensus answer. Jerry Rice held that title for years, then Randy Moss and Terrell Owens, and finally Calvin Johnson. I’m not so sure we have a consensus number one receiver in the NFL currently. And actually, I don’t mind that we don’t have a consensus as … Continue reading