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Deonte Thompson’s Speed Was too Much

Erik Turner

The Buccaneers’ defense struggled all day against the speed of WR Deonte Thompson. Thompson gets matched up 1 on 1 with starting cornerback Brent Grimes

Flex On ‘Em – Week 8

Danny Jensen

It’s still BYEWEEK SZN – a critical time for average and below-average teams to sneak up on an unsuspecting juggernaut team weakened by a star

Flex On ‘Em – Week 7

Danny Jensen

It’s officially BYEWEEK SZN – a critical time for average and below-average teams to sneak up on an unsuspecting juggernaut weakened by a star player

The defense was on the right track, but still no match for Tom Brady and the Patriots

Erik Turner

At the beginning of the season you probably looked at the schedule, saw the December 3rd matchup against the Patriots, and chalked it up as a loss. Who could blame you? Tom Brady and the Patriots have completely dominated the matchup so often that you really can’t call them a divisional rival. But for most of the first half, the defense really held up their end of the bargain when it came to slowing Brady

Inside the Playbook | Inverted Veer – Power Read Concept

Erik Turner

When you analyze the Bills’ offense, it isn’t difficult to see that they have struggled the entire season. There is no consistency in the running game or the passing game. In years past at least they could hang their hat on the running game, but that identity is long gone. The staff has been unable to scheme any type of explosive plays, something that the Bills have thrived on the last couple of seasons. While it

The Patriots run ‘old school’ run concepts with ‘new age’ running back Dion Lewis

Erik Turner

The Patriots took down the Miami Dolphins in week 12, and they did it with an explosive running game and a steady passing game. New England averaged 5.2 yards per attempt on the ground, and the attack was led by shifty running back Dion Lewis, who had 15 carries for 112 yards. The dynamic back from Pitt caused 6 missed tackles and did most of his damage between the tackles. Believe it or not, that

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Is it time to start Matt Milano?


The Bills’ defense finally came back to early season form against the Chiefs, holding Kansas City’s explosive offense to 236 total yards en route to an important 16-10 win that kept the playoff dream alive. Maybe it’s not the best time for a change, but with a crucial game against


NFL Draft

Tight Ends that Fit the Bills’ Archetype


The Need: Tight Ends are supposed to play a large part in OC Rick Dennison’s offense, especially in zone-run blocking and in the quick-strike passing game. When in “12” personnel, the scheme requires at least one TE to secure the catch, turn upfield, and gain plenty of Yards After the Catch (YAC). Both

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