Player Analysis, Mitch Trubisky (The Comeback Kid)

Player Capsules (Cam Newton, Tyrod Taylor, Daniel Jones)

  Photo courtesy (AP Photo/Steven Senne, Pool) Cam Newton, 10th Year (NE) Newton missed the majority of 2019 due to injury, but he has attacked his rehab like a true pro & is motivated to return to his earlier form in 2020. The Patriots added him to a QB room that includes Brian Hoyer & Jarrett Stidham, both players who have more experience & understanding in the Patriots system but have nowhere near Newton’s physical skill set as players. Newton can do things that those two simply cannot replicate on a football field…. Read More

Premium Pass Sample Content – Audio Book, 2020 Draft Guide (James Morgan FIU)

Our 2020 Draft Guide is now in audio form & is included in Premium Pass Analysis , our flagship product. Subscription is available either annually or on a per month basis. A sample chapter of Jets QB James Morgan is below.  

Lamar Jackson Sample, Week 1 2019

We take a look at the Week 1 matchup vs the Dolphins where Ravens QB Lamar Jackson played a near perfect game in South Florida. The game was a homecoming of sorts for Jackson as he grew up in Pompano Beach, just 41 miles up the coast from Miami. Jackson finished 17-20 for 324 yards & five touchdown passes.   Take your QB Film Room experience to the next level by becoming a subscriber to our Analysis Service. Premium Pass Analysis Standard Pass Analysis Free Pass Analysis  

Sam Darnold, Daniel Jones, Davis Webb & Kyle Lauletta analysis

We take a look at each player  

Player Analysis, Marcus Mariota (Dallas Game)

Marcus Mariota turned in his best performance of 2018 against the Cowboys on Monday Night Football.  We isolate a handful of Mariota throws from the contest for evaluation.   For Year Round In-Depth Analysis on Both NFL & Draft Eligible Quarterbacks Subscribe to Premium Pass

Player Analysis, Blake Bortles (Divisional Round 2017)

We Provide You With All-22 Cut-Ups of Blake Bortles Performance against the Steelers in the Divisional Round For An In-Depth Report on Bortles, Check Out Our 2017 Pro QB Almanac    

Isolation Series, Case Keenum (2017 Playoffs)

We isolate two big time throws from the Divisional contest  

Player Review, Drew Brees (Premium Analysis Sample)

Year end player review of Drew Brees (2016)

Rivers Revival, LA Style (Philip Rivers 2017)

Philip Rivers has put the Chargers on his back ever since the NYG game on October 8 and is playing some of the best football of his career. We take a look at his 434 Yard 3 Touchdown performance against Dallas from Thanksgiving Day.  For Analysis on Rivers and every rostered NFL QB get the 2017 Pro QB Almanac 

Isolation Series, Jared Goff 3rd Window Throw (2017)

  Jared Goff put together a masterful performance Sunday against the Saints. We Isolate one of his touchdown throws for review.    

Player Analysis, Kirk Cousins (2017)

  We evaluate Kirk Cousins hidden abilities as a QB. Placement, Touch, Recognition and an Intuitive Feel for Timing.

Player Analysis, Colin Kaepernick (2015)

Bryan Trulen of QB Film Room takes a look at a handful of Colin Kaepernick throws that speak to the type of player he is inside the Pocket. Outside of the pocket he remains an electric talent and at times looks the part of a solid pocket player. He will be seeking consistency when he returns to the league. Read about Kaepernick and every other rostered league QB by purchasing our 2017 Pro QB Almanac  

Isolation Series, Kirk Cousins (2017)

Analysis and telestration work from us at QB Film Room as we delve into Raiders- Redskins tape and pull out three of Kirk Cousins best throws from the contest For an In-Depth Report on Cousins be sure to purchase a copy of our 2017 Pro QB Almanac  

Kirk Cousins Recognition, Intuition and Accuracy

Bryan Trulen of QB Film Room Isolates three of Cousins best throws from Week 3 that illustrate his blend of instant recognition, reacting intuitively while displaying great feet and sense of timing For an In-Depth Report on Cousins be sure to purchase our 2017 Pro QB Almanac

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

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

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

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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