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Scouting Previews by The Scouting Academy’s Dan Hatman
Week 1 Previews, Reviews and Long-Form
Chuck Zodda looked at the calendar, saw it was September, and got ready for Opening Day.
Dave Archibald, like all Patriots fans, enjoyed the NFL Network’s Do Your Job special, and looks at the storied goal line play.
Mark Schofield breaks down the best matchups to watch in the first week of NFL action.
Joshua Soden looked gave his Fantasy: Feast or Famine? report.
Tommy Jaggi of All-22 Breakdown answered our questions about the Pittsburgh Steelers prior to the season opener.
Dave Archibald wondered how much a bad draft pick really hurts a team and then ran the numbers.
Aidan Curran looks at the swarming Bills defense, who confused and harassed Andrew Luck all day long.
Mark Schofield looks at the debut of Marcus Mariota, a player he thought should have gone #1 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Chuck Zodda looks at the technical problems experienced by Steelers kicker Josh Scobee, who missed two critical field goal attempts.
The decision to go with Tyrod Taylor as the quarterback was questioned by some, but Mark Schofield thought he looked capable in week 1 against the Colts.
Dave Archibald looked at the Patriots use of a four TE personnel group, and how it generated 1-on-1 matchups.
Mark Schofield looks at the key play in the St. Lous Rams’ overtime victory over the Seattle Seahawks: Stedman Bailey beating Richard Sherman.
The turnover battle is often said to decide a game, but in Denver’s win over Baltimore, Dave Archibald says it was Denver who laughed last.
Chuck Zodda breaks down the Tavon Austin punt return for a touchdown, giving Seattle’s special teams a failing grade in Punt Coverage 101.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has the quickest release in the game, which making him one of Mark Schofield’s favorites to watch.
Brian Filipiak looks at how Patriots running back Dion Lewis won the starting job: by working on his pass protection skills.
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