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
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
Oakland QB Connor Cook leads his team into Wild-Card weekend as the guy. We Isolate three Cook throws from his first Pro Action during Week 17 versus Denver. Cook showed flashes of potential against Denver and we would not be surprised if he delivers against Houston. View this post on Instagram Connor Cook Seam Ball (Precise Location) A post shared by Bryan Trulen (@btrulen) on Jan 7, 2017 at 11:36am PST View this post on Instagram Connor Cook short game accuracy/processing A post shared by Bryan Trulen (@btrulen) on Jan 7, 2017… Read More
Connor Cook is making his first career start this weekend in the playoffs. A quick refresher on Cook.
Cleveland QB Kevin Hogan saw the field for the first time against the Bengals. On his last drive of the game there were however some missed opportunities for the Signal Caller that may attributable to not having great feet as well as an inability to throw with anticipation outside the numbers.
In this video, we identify and extrapolate on the strengths of Hackenberg as a QB and hone in on different components of his game to evaluate.
Hackenberg is an NFL ready prospect who has handled adversity well in college.
QB Film Room analyzes the California Golden Bear Quarterback.
In anticipation of Day 1 of the 2016 NFL Draft, QB Film Room has put together a mock of where and how we believe the quarterbacks of the class will end up falling. Enjoy. Round 1. (Pick #) #1 Jared Goff, California (LA Rams) #2 Carson Wentz, North Dakota State (Philadelphia Eagles) #28 (Dallas obtains Chiefs pick. Christian Hackenberg, Penn State (Dallas Cowboys) #29 Dak Prescott, Mississippi State (Arizona Cardinals) … Read More
In this video, we evaluate new Cleveland Browns QB Cody Kessler. Hue Jackson clearly took to him as a player and believes in him. We project Kessler as a possible starting candidate at some point within his first 3 years in the league.
We take a look at rising senior Nate Sudfeld.
Bryan Trulen of QB Film Room takes us inside the Tape by looking at a Carson Wentz throw to beat Northern Iowa earlier in the 2015 campaign.
An In-depth evaluation of Ricky Stanzi leading up to the 2011 NFL Draft.