Lions QB Matthew Stafford and OC Jim Bob Cooter’s Relationship (2016)

We take a look at some 2015 Lions Tape that show us how Jim Bob makes things easy for the Lions QB.

Mark Sanchez Scouting Report

Author – Bryan Trulen   #6 Mark Sanchez 6’2” 225 9th Year, USC Overview Since entering the league in 2009, Sanchez has thrown for over 15,000 yards with 86 touchdowns and 86  interceptions for a 73.9 rating. Mark came into the league as a 1st round pick of the New York Jets as he decided to declare for the draft days after the best game of his life in the 2009 Rose Bowl. Sanchez has alway struggled with turning the ball over since his entrance into the league but he showed promise… Read More

Brian Hoyer, 2017 Version of Matt Ryan?

  #2 Brian Hoyer 6’2 215 9th Year, Michigan State Hoyer, who is entering his 9th year in the league has clearly made his stake as the 2nd best quarterback behind Matt Stafford to come out of the 2009 draft class. Hoyer is about as refined of a natural passer as there is in the league in terms of how he blends elements such as touch, throwing in rhythm, anticipation and is a very decisive thrower to all areas of the field. Simply put, Hoyer plays the position like a point guard who… Read More

Ryan Fitzpatrick Scouting Report

#14 Ryan Fitzpatrick  6’2” 224 13th Year, Harvard Overview After putting together the best season of his career in 2015 and setting the Jets single season TD pass record (4,905 Yards, 31 TD, 15 INT 60%) Ryan Fitzpatrick stonewalled the Jets as they stood pat in declining to offer him a long term contract.  Fitzpatrick ended up signing a one year deal and would like to forget the abysmal year he had as starter minus one game against the Bills early in the year. For his career, Fitzpatrick has thrown for nearly… Read More

Blake Bortles Isolation Series, Red Zone Anticipation (2017)

Blake Bortles fired back at his ever present critics with a solid Week 3 preseason performance against Carolina. We take a look at his touchdown pass. All Video Content courtesy of NFL Game Pass.    For an In-Depth Report on Bortles and the rest of the Quarterback Landscape, be sure to purchase a copy of our 2017 Pro QB Almanac

Falcons QB Alek Torgersen Analysis

Who will the Falcons keep as their third quarterback? Alek Torgersen or Matt Simms? If it is Simms, they most likely would want to sneak Torgersen onto their practice squad but if it ends up being Torgersen, they keep they would not be able to have Simms on their practice squad because his eligibility is up. #9 Alek Torgersen 6’2” 230 Rookie, University of Pennsylvania Overview Alek Torgersen threw for 36 touchdowns and 7 INT combined during his last two years as the starting quarterback at Penn. During his career as a… Read More

Cowboy QB Cooper Rush Analysis

  Photo Credit – Dallas Cowboys   #7 Cooper Rush 6’3” 228 Rookie, Central Michigan   Overview A product of Central Michigan, Cooper Rush enjoyed a nice college career and was a celebrated player within the MAC conference. He is not a classic dual threat guy but he brings elements of athleticism to the table.   Analysis Rush has an inconsistent, less than ideal delivery but he juxtaposes this with really good passing instincts. He has proven to be a fairly accurate thrower of the football and has just enough arm to… Read More

Tom Brady Scouting Report (Pro QB Almanac, 2017)

#12 Tom Brady 6’4” 225 18th Year, Michigan Author – Bryan Trulen Overview Viewed by many as the best to ever play the position Tom Brady responded to off the field adversity about as well as anyone could have predicted as he played some of the best football of his career in 2016. Brady stepped in after a four game suspension and ended up completing 67% of his passes while throwing for over 3,500 yards and 28 touchdowns and only 2 interceptions. And as a footnote  he also led arguably the best… Read More

2017 Pro QB Almanac Sample, Brandon Allen (Rams)

Photo Credit – Draft Wire/USA Today #10 Brandon Allen 6’1” 217 2nd Year, Arkansas Analysis Allen is a streaky thrower with a quick release and is instinctually accurate as a passer to all levels of the field. Allen does not have a strong arm and his passes will lose steam the deeper down the field he has to throw. Allen does however have a great understanding of defensive coverages and works his feet and his eyes together in tandem which allows him to throw with top level anticipation___Purchase the 2017 Pro QB Almanac for… Read More

New Ravens QB Thaddeus Lewis Scouting Report

  Authored by Bryan Trulen Somewhere David Cutcliffe is smiling. He groomed Lewis at Duke and watched him grow into a pure passer during his time as a Blue Devil. Lewis was just signed to compete with Ryan Mallett for the backup job in Baltimore. #9 Thaddeus Lewis 6’1″ 220 8th Year, Duke   Analysis Thad has spent time with multiple organizations since his entry into the league back in 2010. When given an opportunity to play he has shown the ability to operate comfortably- executing a pro style passing attack &… Read More

Jeff Driskel Evaluation (Pre-Draft)

Bengals QB Jeff Driskel blends athleticism and arm talent as a player and has starting potential.  A guy who we were high on coming out of college in 2016 the fact that Chip Kelly dismissed him in favor of Christian Ponder is very odd. Purchase our 2017 Pro QB Almanac for further Analysis on Driskel

Deshaun Watson – Recognition and Instincts (2017)

Watson showed us some things during his first pro action against Carolina. We go frame by frame on his touchdown run. (All Video Content courtesy of NFL Game Pass) For an In-Depth Report and Analysis on Deshaun Watson and every other rostered quarterback throughout the league be sure to purchase our 2017 Pro QB Almanac

Matt Moore Scouting Report

With Ryan Tannehill going down we took part of our Pro QB Almanac Report on Matt Moore and posted it below. #8 Matt Moore 6’3″ 219 11th Year, Oregon State/UCLA He has an exemplar internal clock that allows him to speed up or slow down his process post snap depending on the pressure and timing of a play. He also is adept at “leading” his targets to green grass deep down the field. Moore has an instinctive athletic sense about him and the Tony Romo comparison often arises when trying to find… Read More

Isolation Series, Jimmy Garoppolo Injury (2016)

Coaches generally do not want their quarterbacks to freelance and would much rather have them operate from the pocket by working within the confines of the system. The main reason for this is due to the inury risk of straying from the pocket and taking a shot while on the move. We examine the play against Miami from 2016 where Jimmy Garoppolo was injured which speaks to the reason coaches demand that their quarterbacks play the game from the pocket.  We look at how leaving the pocket can turn ugly. For an… Read More

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