Mississippi State Gets Single Coverage on Fred Ross

Sometimes one player can take over a game when they find an advantageous matchup. That’s exactly what happened for Mississippi State wide receiver Fred Ross against Texas A&M, as Mark Schofield explains. When the initial college football playoff standings were announced this week, the biggest surprise was the inclusion of Texas A&M at the number four…

Matthew Stafford Establishing

Is Matthew Stafford Establishing a New Baseline?

The Lions’ offense faced questions entering this season, and have quelled any doubts to this point. Matthew Stafford establishing himself as a premier quarterback might have even converted a lifelong Patriots fan. Dave Archibald breaks down the Lions’ signal caller most recent late-game heroics, something the veteran is making habitual. The 2016 season marks Detroit Lions quarterback…

Mitch Trubisky On Two: Pocket Toughness

With the NFL Draft always approaching, Mark Schofield begins his look at QB prospects for 2017. With so much scouting to be done, Mark begins by continuing our series: On Two, in which Inside The Pylon examines two plays from a quarterback that address traits that scouts are talking about. I’ve written before about the relationship a quarterback has with the air above him: The clouds, the sun and the beautiful…

Nyheim Hines

How the Wolfpack Used Jaylen Samuels, Nyheim Hines, and Motion

Relying on an offense’s bread and butter works against the cupcakes of the schedule, but when facing the real tests, teams need to lean on the unsung heroes. Sean Cottrell explains how Jaylen Samuels and Nyheim Hines along with motion help propel the N.C. State Wolfpack to a top-tier ACC offense. North Carolina State had a lot to prove coming into…