Creator- Bryan Trulen At QB Film Room, we are introducing a new series for our viewers called Isolation. The objective of this undertaking is to scour the tape and “isolate” one play that we best feel exemplify a strength or a weakness of a specific player. Today we Discuss The duo of Andy Dalton to AJ Green. This throw encapsulates the essence of their on the field chemistry for another and is achieved by and large through elite play design.
Bryan Trulen of QB Film Room analyzes a red zone scoring play for Matt Ryan and Atlanta.
In this video, Bryan Trulen of QB Film Room breaks down a momentum changing early 2nd half Viking drive that turned the tide.
Creator – Bryan Trulen At QB Film Room, we are introducing a new series for our viewers called Isolation. The objective of this undertaking is to scour the tape and “isolate” one play that we best feel exemplify a strength or a weakness of a specific player. Today we Discuss Ryan Tannehill.
Creator – Bryan Trulen At QB Film Room, we are introducing a new series for our viewers called Isolation. The objective of this undertaking is to scour the tape and “isolate” one play that we best feel exemplify a strength or a weakness of a specific player. Today we Discuss Blaine Gabbert.
Offensive Coordinator Norv Turner is an absolute wizard when it comes to utilizing and taking advantage of the tight end position within the play action passing game. Unpredictability and using players as movable chess pieces on a board that is the football field can create throwing windows that were previously nonexistent. The crude stages of whiteboard introductory design to repping the play all week in practice to calling the play at the right time on game day is considered a culmination of sorts in terms of all of the aforementioned stages coming… Read More
Author- Bryan Trulen Bronco QB Trevor Siemian has enjoyed some early success for Denver. Through two games he has displayed traits such as ball placement, timing and an overall sense of calm being the triggerman for Kubiak offensive system in the mile high city. In his first career start against Carolina, Siemian consistently found the open man but was also managed very well by Gary Kubiak. Below is an illustration of one of Siemian’s many pin point throws on the evening. Denver comes out in 20 personnel with Siemian under center on… Read More
Sam Bradford connects with Kyle Rudolph for a touchdown in the Red Zone. We give you All 22 Coaches Tape Analysis.
Carson Wentz turned in a stellar debut performance vs the Browns. We analyze four of his throws from the All-22 Tape.
Author – Bryan Trulen #8 Kirk Cousins 6’3″ 210 5th Year, Michigan State Kirk Cousins enjoyed a fantastic 2015 in which we saw a quarterback who on multiple occasions put the offense on his own shoulders and deliver in critical moments. Kirk was rewarded with a one year franchise tag that will pay him well during 2016 and will also give him the chance to make even more money if he were to duplicate his 2015 production again. On tape, Kirk has demonstrated that he is an easy thrower of the football… Read More
Author – Bryan Trulen #10 Chase Daniel 5’11” 225 8th Year, Missouri Chase signed a lucrative free agent deal with Philly after spending the past 3 Years in Kansas City learning the Andy Reid/Doug Pederson system. He has been a QB who has showed up extremely well during exhibition play and in his two regular season starts in place of Alex Smith. Chase is a fundamentally sound naturally accurate quarterback who has shown the ability to get the ball to his playmakers. Chase also is a playmaker himself as he is legitimate… Read More
With Minnesota trading for Sam Bradford, Vikings fans not yet acclimated with Bradford as a player need not fret for us at QB Film Room have you covered with a 2016 Player Capsule on Sam Bradford. #7 Sam Bradford 6’4″ 224 7th Year, Oklahoma Multiple injury plagued seasons put a halt to Sam Bradford’s development as franchise quarterback in St. Louis and he was dealt to Philly in 2015 in what turned out to be a resurrection opportunity for him as an NFL QB. Bradford saw extended action as Philly’s starter in 2015… Read More
Dallas Cowboys (Written in Mid July 2016) Author – Bryan Trulen #9 Tony Romo 6’2″ 230 14th Year, Eastern Illinois Tony Romo had one of the best years of his career in 2014 as he played at an MVP level in leading Dallas deep into the playoffs and essentially making a big time pressure throw to beat Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game before having the reception over turned. Romo however had an injury plagued 2015 as staying on the field was a year long struggle. When he did play he… Read More