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How Much Will Patriots, Mac Jones Miss Josh McDaniels?

Former NFL coach Eric Mangini believes the New England Patriots offense could be in for some growing pains in the post-Josh McDaniels era. Mangini discusses the distinct difference between calling offensive and defensive plays, and how quarterback Mac Jones could be affected.

“The flow of the game, calling the game, making in-game adjustments, the depth of knowledge — that’s where my biggest concern is,” Mangini said.

The Secret to Finding a Franchise Quarterback Part 2: Developmental Environment Prevails

The Secret to Finding a Franchise Quarterback Part 2: Developmental Environment Prevails
It was a valiant surge toward the goal line. Carson Wentz, then the quarterback of the 10-2 2017 Philadelphia Eagles, who were trading knockout blows in the throes of a war in the L.A. Coliseum, found a glimmer of daylight between two ill-intentioned defenders. Without hesitation, and with certainty of impending pain, Wentz propelled himself […]

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The State of NFL Free Agency: Part 2

The State of NFL Free Agency: Part 2
Study by Jamie Kelly In Part 1 of this series, we ran over the rationale for this study of high-profile NFL Free Agent transactions between 2015-2019, the methodology that was used, and presented the results for Quarterback, Running Back, Wide Receiver, and Tight End. In Part 2, we’ll be focusing on the Offensive and Defensive […]

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Which Colleges Are Best at Developing Low-Star Recruits Into NFL Prospects?

Which Colleges Are Best at Developing Low-Star Recruits Into NFL Prospects?
While conversations about college football recruiting typically revolve around which 5-star prospects will play where, few schools are truly able to compete with the likes of Alabama, Ohio State and Texas A&M for the nation’s top prospects on a yearly basis. Other programs that may have smaller recruiting budgets or less clout are forced to […]

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