It’s time to continue our look at the 2018 Denver Broncos draft class. The next part in this series will look at the Broncos apparent overall draft strategy, and take a quick look around the league.
It’s time to look at Denver’s draft haul in 2018, starting with the anterior-dominant players. For context on anterior vs posterior NFL trends, please see part 1 of this series
Ever since I started writing for this site a couple years ago, I’ve been dancing around mentioning a highly-apparent but difficult-to-describe phenomenon. Simply put, NFL players have been changing dramatically in recent years. What was once a subtle distinction between players has grown to become a hard schism. And in the process, long-time NFL trends/ wisdoms have been overturned.
Observations from around the league
Hi guys, I’m still totally swamped (shocker, I know), so I’m breaking my predictions into three parts. This first section is for the studied RBs in the season opener (plus a bonus entry). The next part will contain the other studied players from around the league. And the third part will contain my Broncos analyses, with special emphasis on the QBs. Parts two and three will go up before Sunday’s games start, so that all predictions are posted before the relevant players have begun their seasons.
I was wrong about Tajea Sharpe breaking out in 2016. I was also wrong in predicting NFL success for Garrett Bolles. Allow me try to explain the reasons why. Continue reading Biomechanical Review: I Was Wrong Edition- the Tale of Tajea Sharpe and Garrett Bolles
2016 Biomechanical NFL Preview
Hello friends. It’s become clear that I was a bit hasty in deciding to post biomechanical analyses. This site is filled with intelligent discerning readers, but without being able to visually represent this stuff, I can’t explain it to anyone’s satisfaction. I can’t even really post predictions, since each one is a set of complicated if/thens that are dependent on factors I can’t clarify (see my Siemian write-up for an example).
So I’ve boiled down my predictions to a few that can be communicated without biomechanical jargon:
Trevor Siemian is Tom Brady and Peyton Manning’s baby that never reached maturity. Continue reading Biomechanical Reviews: Preseason 2016
Biomechanical Reviews: Preseason Week 1 (Part 2)
There is no easy way to deliver this news. Paxton Lynch is not a franchise QB.