Dion Dawkins Video Breakdown

  Dion Dawkins may have lost the starting right tackle competition to Jordan Mills, but I believe that he will get his chance to play sooner than later. Dawkins dominated in the run game and was arguably the best run blocker in all of the NFL throughout the preseason. He needs a lot of refinement in pass protection, but there are some things that the Bills can do that will help Dawkins settle in. Special thanks to John Demarchi, as

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Nathan Peterman | Knowing Your Personnel

You are viewing a free sample of premium content, please  subscribe The Fantasy Football Draft Guide     Well, it didn’t take long for fans to call for QB Nathan Peterman to start. Fuel was added to the fire the moment presumed starter Tyrod Taylor entered the concussion protocol. Peterman galloped onto the field versus a good defense and played on par with his college career. That is to say, he played pretty average. He finished the Ravens game 11/23 for

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Zay Jones | The Ability to Win

Free preview of our Premium Content. If you want more in depth analysis, be sure to subscribe. Trouble viewing videos? Open in YouTube. The Buffalo Bills have put a tremendous amount of pressure on their 2nd round pick, WR Zay Jones, who is being counted on to fill some big shoes left by Sammy Watkins. Sure, he has Jordan Matthews to lighten the load, but Matthews has practiced very little due to injury and is still learning the playbook. As you may

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Bills Vs Vikings Impressions

  The first preseason game is in the books, and the Bills have been handed their first loss of the season, losing 17-10 to the Vikings Thursday night. But I am sure the coaches couldn’t care less about the score, as their priority is evaluating their players en route to finalizing their 53-man roster. Notably, the starting units looked very organized, structured, and were effective. The offense led by QB Tyrod Taylor was able to move the ball through the

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Scouting Notebook: Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame

  The Notre Dame Fighting Irish were a disappointing 4-8 squad last season, but they weren’t bereft of talent. Quarterback DeShone Kizer was a second round selection in this year’s draft, and left tackle Mike McGlinchey is considered one of the top senior linemen available in the 2018 class. One more name of interest is left guard Quenton Nelson. Nelson first saw the field for the Irish in 2015, when he started 11 games at left guard as a redshirt freshman.

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Reggie Ragland’s fit as a Middle Linebacker

After winning a national championship with the Alabama Crimson Tide, linebacker Reggie Ragland was set to enter the NFL. However, after being flagged for an enlarged aorta he fell from a projected mid-first round draft pick to an early second round pick. Drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 2016 NFL draft to fill a need at inside linebacker, Ragland suffered a torn ACL early on during 2016 training camp, an injury that sidelined him for the entirety of the

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Scouting Notebook: Lavon Coleman, RB, Washington

  Everything clicked for the 12-2 Washington Huskies last season, who dominated opponents by an average score of 42-18 with a smothering defense (three Husky defenders were drafted in the top 45 of the 2017 NFL Draft) and a relentless offense. Quarterback Jake Browning threw for 43 touchdowns, mainly to receivers John Ross (drafted ninth overall by the Cincinnati Bengals) and Dante Pettis (a rising senior), and running back Myles Gaskin finished his sophomore season by eclipsing 1300 rushing yards

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Camp Competition | LB Carl Bradford

Head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane have fostered an environment of competition. It doesn’t matter what position you play or what name is on the back of your jersey; the staff created an environment that promotes competition. One of the biggest competitions that will unfold is at the linebacker position. It is a unit that has so many different types of players: young, old, experienced, and even a share of rookies. Carl Bradford, a former fourth round pick of the

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Can a Fullback Jumpstart an Offense?

As everyone knows, the NFL is a passing league. That’s why there aren’t many fullbacks left in today’s game. According to Football Outsiders (FO), only six fullbacks played over 25% of their teams’ offensive snaps in 2016. Former lead back for Buffalo, Jerome Felton, was one of those six, having participated in 30.5% of the team’s offensive snaps. He truly made a difference for Buffalo’s #1 rushing attack and really seized his opportunity after being cut early in the season. A+ by

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Don’t Sweat the Technique | Tre’Davious White

The Buffalo Bills traded back and took cornerback Tre’Davious White at the end of the first round believing that his skills would immediately boost their production at the corner position. White was one of the most polished corners in the draft, but he just didn’t have the measureables or flash that people expect out of first round corners. When you turn on the film, you begin to understand why he was so reliable at LSU. It was due to technique.

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