November 26th, 2014
Kent Lee Platte, @MathBomb
It isn’t often that a team plays the #1 team in the NFC and AFC in back to back weeks, but the Detroit Lions did just that. They lost both games, which concerns me much less than the fact they didn’t score a TD in either. Moving on to their annual Thanksgiving game, the Lions return home against the Chicago Bears. As a division game, there are always big stories, even more so with the Lions soaring and the Bears doing the opposite. There are still those under the radar matches I love so much, so let’s once again take a look at the hidden match ups for the Detroit Lions against the Chicago Bears! Read the rest of this entry »
November 24th, 2014
Photo from Deseret News
Jeff Risdon, DLD Editor
For this second edition I decided to come up with some parameters to help frame the decision-making process. I think all of the situations here are capable of happening between now and the 2015 NFL Draft.
Before the draft, the Lions have made the following moves: Read the rest of this entry »
November 22nd, 2014
This Saturday features a highly anticipated bout between two top notch Pac 12 teams that have both played quite well despite some early struggles. UCLA had a lot of expectations coming into the season and have underwhelmed in comparison. With plenty of NFL talent boasting both squads there are plenty of players to keep a keen eye on. USC has been plesantly surprised with its play from quarterback Cody Kessler as he has lead them to a pretty respectable record. Nelson Agholor and Leonard Williams might be the most highly touted prospects from USC and have received plenty of first round grades from scouts everywhere. Here are some other prospects to keep an eye on. Read the rest of this entry »
November 20th, 2014
Josh Keatley, DLD Scout
Time for some #MACtion!
Being from Ohio has given me a bit more love for the Mid- American Conference than most and there is no shame in that. These weeknight games are an outlet for not so heralded prospects and for once, all eyes get to be on them. Last season we were able to catch a glimpse of the San Francisco 49ers’ first round prospect, Jimmie Ward as he dominated for Northern Illinois and frequented the weeknight stage. That doesn’t mean that every Tuesday night we will see an elite prospect, but this conference has produced NFL stars in Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Gates, and Jason Taylor. Those names are enough for me to pay attention to what the conference has to offer. Read the rest of this entry »
November 17th, 2014
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Yet another bizarre finish as Florida St. edges Miami after a disastrous first half and coming back strong in typical Seminole fashion. Winston was erratic throughout but showed poise and leadership in crunch time and led his team to victory with the help of Jalen Ramsey and Dalvin Cook.
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November 17th, 2014
Darren Page offers Week 12 scouting notes from Mississippi State at Alabama and Florida State at Miami.
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