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Josh Allen’s NFL Draft Outlook

On February 12, 2018, in Sporting News, by Bud Thornton

josh-allen-wyoming cowboysOne of the most controversial quarterback prospects in the 2018 NFL draft class is Wyoming’s Josh Allen who in this last season passed for 1,812 yards, 16 touchdowns while being picked six times.

His stats are not very good at all, yet he continues to get first-round buzz from NFL teams and has even been mentioned as a potential number one overall pick.

Allen is a rare blend of size, athleticism, and arm strength and he’s skilled enough to produce great plays when he’s on the move. This season he proved he can throw passes of a high degree of difficulty when he’s on the rollout and off balance.

He’ can do things that few quarterbacks can do, especially when he’s on the move and his natural arm strength allows him to get away with throws that most quarterbacks can’t and from positions that would normally lead to mistakes and interceptions.

His mobility allows him to avoid the pass pressure that frequently came from being behind a bad Wyoming offensive line. Allen operates well from the one-read offense as he gets the ball out of his hands very quickly and also thrives in the play action where he showed he can hit guys right in the numbers.

He’s as close to the NFL’s ideal quarterback from a trait standpoint as he has the frame, the height, the mobility and the arm strength that most clubs covet.

But Allen is far from perfect as he struggles when throwing from his back foot and his decision making is questionable at times as he frequently throws into double and triple coverage. He also tends to stare at his wide receivers revealing where his throws will go and ends being picked as a result.

He can be wildly inaccurate as he frequently throws too early, too late, too high or too low from his open wide receivers. That explains why Allen completed just 56.3 percent of his passes, a considerably low figure for today’s college football standards.

Most concerning for those considering drafting Allen is the fact that on his second year as Wyoming’s starter he failed to show progress and his performance failed to elevate his teammates.

If NFL teams carefully study Allen’s tapes and spot his many flaws he will end up being picked in the third or fourth rounds, if instead they just focus on his strengths and his huge potential he could end up being picked in the first or second rounds.

 

 

 

 

matt patricia new england patriotsThe New England Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia, who was part of the team that lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII, has been hired as the new Detroit Lions head coach despite the fact that many reports initially pegged him with the New York Giants.

In Detroit, he will be reunited with Bob Quinn, the former Assistant director of pro personnel for the Patriots, and who has been looking for a new head coach since the Lions parted ways with Jim Caldwell at the end of last season.

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roger federer 2018 australian openRoger Federer has yet again created history, this time by becoming the first man ever to win 20 Grand Slam titles after defeating Croatian Marin Cilic in five sets (6-2, 6-7, 6-3, 3-6 and 6-1) in the Australian Open final on Sunday.

Federer started strong in the first set, but Cilic recovered by winning two of the next three sets to make it 2-2 and avoid a straight sets defeat like in last year’s Wimbledon Final. But in the fifth set Federer won his sixth Australian Open by turning up another gear and playing some of the best tennis of the day as Cilic once again seemed to crumble under pressure.

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winning bookie agentTo be successful you need a dependable team. If you want to be a bookie you will need a lot of tool and services to succeed and to be on top of everything without driving yourself crazy you must to find yourself a reliable price per head service.

You need the best selection of high-end price per head products to make your business a total success as you lower your cost to a minimum, while you get the best benefits and the best technological tools the per head industry has to offer.

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2018 Australian Open Preview

On January 15, 2018, in Sporting News, by Bud Thornton

roger federer switzerlandThe tennis season is underway and the first Grand Slam of the season, the Australian Open, is starting today in Melbourne.

Swiss tennis star Roger Federer is looking to clinch his 20th major and defend his Australian Open title, which he won last year in a thrilling final against Spaniard Rafael Nadal.

Last year didn’t have the greatest of endings for Federer as he lost the U.S Open quarterfinal to Juan Martin del Potro and then was knocked out of the ATP World Tour Finals, in the semifinals by David Goffin.

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