OnTheClock’s 2014 Paul Richardson Scouting Report

Paul Richardson-WR-Colorado, 6-0 175 4.40 Richardson boasts blistering speed and above average hands, but its his quickness combined with these things that have drawn comparisons to Indianapolis WR T.Y. Hilton. He is surprisingly OK as a blocker. He’s obviously not a powerful drive blocker, but he’s adequate, and I really liked what I saw when […]

Week 1 of Free Agency Thoughts

Free Agency came very quickly this year, and once Tuesday at 4 PM eastern time hit, deals and player signings were flying. From the contracts that we know terms of, thanks to OverTheCap.com, click here for a list of contracts with links to terms, I want to take a look at each key deal, and […]

Superbowl Team by Team Analysis

Superbowl Team Analysis Denver Broncos Wow…well, when the saying “Defense wins Championships” was made, this Superbowl was probably the game that was envisioned. Unfortunately for the Broncos, they were on the receiving end of the beatdown. From the safety to start the game, to the kneel down that ended it, the Broncos had to deal […]

NFC Team by Team Analysis

This was written by Crazy49er1313, and I am posting it for him. NFC South   Atlanta Falcons   From one bad pass away from a trip to Superbowl in NFC Championship to 2nd worst team in NFC could only be explained through the lack of depth found on this team. With the losses of John Abraham/Curtis […]

AFC Team By Team Analysis

AFC South Houston Texans With the news of Bill O’Brien becoming the new HC, this leads to no question that the Houston Texans will spend the #1 overall pick on fixing the QB position. With the offensive-minded O’Brien, Teddy Bridgewater would be the obvious pick. If he becomes the pick, Bridgewater would be stepping into […]