2017 NFL Commonwealth measured five biggest winners and losers.

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Former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks since the four-day rookie who are tracking the Commonwealth measuring performance, the following is summarized by him from the bottom of the Indianapolis five winners and losers.

Winners

Adoree Jackson, cornerback, University of Southern California: As the 2017 session of the rookie leader in fitness, body measurements show Jackson in full compliance with the experts expect for him. Jackson 40-yard sprint in just 4.42 seconds, the selected bit workouts (position drill) is to show a more flexible mobility, with exceptional flexibility and can easily complete turn around in disguise. More importantly, he still has a good sense of the ball. He even like MLB outfielder then fly ball as easily take over punt. Now Jackson can already say that in this session cornerback left a good first impression.
Alvin Kamara, running back, University of Tennessee: Kamara perfect performance off the field makes him a bit of this body jump up the fastest players. Colleagues told me that he got out of the access link, it shows a high basketball IQ and contagious charisma. Coaches for his red ball and pass protection cover are praised Canada. The links in the field, we can use an explosive to describe his performance: 39.5 feet 4.56 seconds vertical jump and 40-yard sprint. So he can even as a three-threat (catch, and rushed the ball back to attack) players to use. Considering his name between major clubs have been discussed, I believe Kamara will have the opportunity to become a high pick running back.
Haason Reddick, linebacker, Temple University: the rapid rise of the players in the draft to his first day was selected to go have added on a heavy weight. Reddick not only demonstrates the mobility and response capacity in line with expectations, while in purely physical terms (40-yard dash, vertical jump, standing jump) also has an explosive performance. In the pass rush drill, offensive group training dummy for him not to cause any obstruction. The most impressive thing is he has a multi-faceted like a Swiss Army knife of adaptability, can become a decisive figure in the defense group in many cases.
John Ross, took over the University of Washington: Regardless of who broke 40 yards sprint record, scouts will flock – not to mention he himself is one of the blue chips. Ross 4.22 seconds with a record-breaking 40-yard sprint performance but also his own pick forcibly pulled up like a rocket. Although due to muscle cramps, Ross did not complete the entire project, he had to focus all successful scouts are pulled on Saturday his personal workouts.
Deshaun Watson, quarterback, Clemson University: twice to enter the final list of Heisman quarterback with his big heart known, but his body measuring performance is not much. 4.66 seconds for a 40-yard score a full 6-foot-2 and weighs 220-pound quarterback proud. Of course, the quarterback is always the most important passing ability, Watson observers to show he can become reliable enough fast-paced playmaker, for a variety of routes pass near the very accurate, but it needs to be pointed out that Watson profound grasp of the route is not very stable. Overall, the Clemson University’s star player on the scouts should have left a record high praise.

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Losers 

Reuben Foster, linebacker, University of Alabama: Foster The Commonwealth should be measured after the first twenty firmly lock pick, but after a strange absence of body measurement concerns about his character gradually surfaced. Although there are some teams and do not care about this time of the accident and more concerned about his performance during the season, but for occupational discipline and emotional control and other aspects of the first consideration concerns becoming buyers. Especially now that the trend so that the teams will be requested to occupational discipline, Foster had to make a very significant improvement in order to ensure a good pick.
Wayne Gall-man, running back, Clemson University: For the full term of talented rookie running back, Gall-man 4.60 second 40-yard score becomes too mediocre. Although some speed as well as the outbreak of the general running back is still successful in the NFL, but you want to convince a team to choose one with a high rank can not break 4.6 seconds running back to act as a tool to advance it becomes unlikely .
Brad Kaaba, quarterback, University of Miami: The Miami QB produced did not show convincing passing ability. He appeared passing errors in reaching near and distance, allowing scouts to worry about his arm strength. And choose to skip the 40 yards dash makes people fear for his athletic ability is still there.
Cooper Krupp, wide receiver, Eastern Washington University: The school grew out of the wide receiver’s performance in the Senior Bowlso that they receive a lot of attention. Scouts began to him as a potential candidate for the top 40 overall, but a lot of teams think he can act as a No. 2 took over responsibility at the appropriate system. But after his mediocre over 4.6 seconds 40-yard score and no explosive bounce test, it all seems unlikely happened. Yes, the scouts will continue to study his videos, but this is more for the No. 3 external considerations.
Teez Tabor, cornerback, University of Florida: The Gators produced a horn on his guard with speed and agility challenge to Indianapolis, but his body is completely insufficient to measure the results of these dispel doubts . Shopping is no different with 40 yards of 4.62 seconds results, slow workouts field position which gave scouts left a bad impression. For the next body in the same position with many talented draft, I can only look down upon Tabor of the draft prospects.

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The gang descendants of the football road.

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Descendants of the underworld family play American rugby stadium,

                           Joey – Bosa  declared his arrival to all.

‘Year 2016 season, the best defensive rookie – Joey! – Bosa’
When the ‘crab legs’ Demis – Winston and ‘Victoria secret angel’ Chanel – after Iman announced after the results, Bosa – the 21-year-old boy, strongly suppress his excitement, stood up, organize suits, and beside the parents hug after, took to the stage.

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     17-year-old Joey – Bosa, made the first choice of life. As the year’s 4 star rookie and the national level in the fourth best defensive end, Joey – Bosa by many universities fancy. And he finally chose his uncle’s alma mater – Ohio State University. Here he was his father had used 97, with his uncle here glory, began to enter the professional league.

In the second year of college, Bossa ushered in a year of data blowout, during which he played 15 games, won 13.5 times sack, won the “big ten league” best defensive player at the same time, help the ball Team won the NCAA national championship. With the University of good results, at the end of the third year, Joey – Bosa finally took his career into the road, announced that he will participate in the 2016 NFL draft. And his brother Nick – Bossa, will come to Ohio State University, wearing a No. 97 shirt, to describe the next paragraph on the legend of 97.

         ↑ Fig.for Joey Bosa

April 28, 2016, 2016 NFL draft show in Chicago’s auditorium theater officially began. Although early to have bid farewell to the champion candidates for the competition, but Bossa will be selected in the first few seats is still a question mark. When the league president Guder appeared on the stage for the third time, Bossa knew it was his turn.
“2016 NFL draft third overall, San Diego electro-opting from Ohio State University’s Joey – Bosa!”

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October 9, 2016, the regular season 5 weeks, San Diego astronauts away Auckland Raiders, Bossa finally ushered in his first show of the NFL. Despite the only 27 players played against the offensive and defensive, but this strong white young man let everyone shines, 2 sack, 1 quarterback and 4 times to force the quarterback rush pass. Bossa will be washed to the extreme, this game is his only time this season, non-starting debut. The end of the season, although the electric light is still dead in the strong hands of the United States, such as Lin League out of the tight encirclement, but only played 12 games to win 10.5 sack and 21 quarterback hit Joey – Bossa, let People see him as the league’s top defensive star potential, and give him the praise, that is, we mentioned at the beginning of the year’s best defensive rookie trophy.

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This is just a start, the future he has a farther way to go. Defensive player of the year Regular season’s most valuable player? Super bowl Hall of Fame?
Believe that day, maybe not so far away.
From the beginning of the season, Los Angeles electro-optical 99 will make the league tremble!
are you ready?

Author: Zhang Yun

How to improve the success rate of robbing off the ball

          When the player lost control of the ball, this situation we call “off the ball” (fumble), except pass. Grabbing “fumble recovery” (fumble recovery) in the American football game is a very important thing, whether it is offensive group, defensive group, Secret Service group need to exercise this skill, you can grab the opponent ball or protect one’s own offensive right. Especially in the key game, a successful grab the ball, you can control the situation around the game.Regardless of attack or defense, in the face of the loss of the ball should be actively when the fight up.Control of the ball in the American football game is the most important premise, in particular, need to instill a new concept.When scrambling off the ball, everyone should go to the ground flutter, the ball control in a range, while protecting themselves, but also to protect the ball do not be opponents away.Control the ball off the player, should hold the ball with both hands, surrounded by his arms and tightly pressed on his stomach. Curled up his knees, try to pressure in his chest, to ensure that feet, legs close together. At the same time, the player as far as possible bow, close your eyes and mouth, to prevent someone into the mask.In the actual game, even if the player has been controlled off the ball, the opponent will still be pulled, trying to let it once again lose control of the ball. At this point the referee will whistle, and layers of piles of people in the referee in your ear that you get up before, never let go, because the bottom of the pile, the referee may not see who grab the ball , Only to wait until the final referee confirmed before they can relax.In the open area when the ball off, the first to determine whether to ensure that the ball picked up, followed by the advance and even touchdowns. When the ball is still rolling, to control their own pace and step, down the body to prepare the ball.
Players should focus on the ball in the movement trajectory, open the palm of your hand, hands little finger contact, forming a spoon shape, while moving side pick up the ball.
After picking up the ball, protect the ball as if it were all the offensive ball, preventing the opponent from making another ball.

An oral history of Julian Edelman’s incredible Super Bowl catch, as told by Patriots players

HOUSTON ?? The catch that Julian Edelman made with 3:30 left in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LI was the football equivalent of almost spilling scalding hot coffee all over your computer, and then managing to keep the mug upright at the last minute. It was like opening your car door and realizing there’s a cyclist heading your way just in time to avoid door-ing them. Robert Alford tipped Tom Brady’s pass into the air while two other Falcons defenders encroached on Edelman. The ball landed on Alford’s leg, then Edelman caught it, a paper-thin margin separating it from the ground.

That play was the stuff of heart attacks, regardless of whether you were rooting for or against the Patriots ?? a moment of athletic prowess and some really good or bad luck. A roar erupted from the Patriots jersey-clad fans at NRG stadium as the challenge was overruled and the play call held. They clutched each other in disbelief as their team continued to gain the momentum that would ultimately allow them to come back from a 25-point deficit and win the 51st Super Bowl.

After the game, Patriots players were just as jazzed about the catch as fans were when it happened. They fielded questions about what Belichick said to them in the locker room at halftime and the Falcons’ offense with the typically vague answers athletes give at press conferences. But when asked about the catch, their faces lit up. They were clearly thrilled about the play itself, but they all seemed equally as thrilled that “Juls” was the one who executed it. Many compared it to the David Tyree catch in Super Bowl XLII that robbed the Patriots of their perfect season.

So, without further ado, here’s the oral history of Julian Edelman’s catch. With input from Edelman himself, of course.

Alan Branch: “Honestly, I didn’t think he caught it. You know, I’m not going back there yelling that he got it. And I didn’t think he got it, and once I saw that he actually caught it, I started going crazy. That was one of the better catches I’ve seen. That concentration that he had to track it down and put his hand up under it? He’s an elite receiver, an elite athlete for a reason.”

Patrick Chung: “Oh, [laughs] it was great, it took the air out of me a little bit. It’s a great catch, man. It’s a big time play, he’s a big time player, man, I love Juls. I came in with him and that’s my dude, so I’m happy for him.”

Chris Hogan: “Man, [laughs] I mean, that’s going to go down in history as one of the greatest Super Bowl catches, you know. I mean, Juls always makes plays for us, he’s a playmaker on our offense, and he’s a go-to guy. He found a way to catch that ball, I mean, it’s incredible. I watched it, I thought he caught it, so, you know, there’s not a doubt in my mind that he didn’t catch that ball. When I watched it live I thought he caught it.”

Rob Ninkovich: “Hah, wow, that was an amazing catch. Just the concentration, everything about it, he did a great job to get his hands underneath it, and it was an amazing play. One of many that got us to where we’re at right now.
Charlotte Wilder: “Did you feel it was a turning point?”
Rob Ninkovich: “I think Hightower’s sack fumble was the turning point.”

Danny Amendola: “Unbelievable [laughs] it was an awesome catch. I don’t know how he did it. Catch of the night!”
CW: “Was it a turning point?”
Amendola: “No question, it sparked the whole team. He’s a champ.”

Malcolm Mitchell: “Totally phenomenal. Julian is one of the best people I know, and obviously he’s one of the great Pats. He’s just been a leader the whole way. He gives me advice the entire way through. I thought he caught it. I’m a Pat, if he said he caught it, he caught it.”

LeGarrette Blount: “It was crazy, it was. I’ll probably never see a catch like that again.
CW: “Was it a turning point?”
Blount: “For sure, definitely. Juls always comes through and makes the play whenever we need it. He never fails, you know what I’m saying, he never fails. What we needed, no matter if it’s intentional, unintentional, he’s always going to make that play for us.”

Stephen Gostkowski: “It was insane, I mean, it was kind of reminiscent of the Tyree catch, and the guy from Seattle’s catch, and I’m glad that finally bounced our way this time. Julian’s the man. I mean, he’s an insane athlete, just the toughest competitor I’ve ever met.”

Chris Long: “It was like, you know, the funny thing is the first thing that popped into my head was Tyree, you know, as a fan of the game, and watching as a football player, that magic kind of reversed. And Julian’s such a great player, that’s where hard work and focus meets luck. And we deserved that luck, I think we deserved it. We work so hard and we’ve got great people.”

Dont’a Hightower: “That is the best catch that I’ve ever seen in person, hands down. I mean, I thought, I couldn’t even tell, but I was like he ain’t catch that. But that man’s incredible, man, Julian Incredible, that’s what they call him. I’m glad I’m so, so blessed for that catch.”

Julian Edelman: “You know, I made a decent play. I just tried to track [the ball] and hey, it was a bang-bang play. I knew I got it. I felt like I had it. I knew I had, like, a good feel on it. I didn’t know if any piece of the ball was touching but I ?? I didn’t know what the dang rule is, no one knows what the rule is for a catch is, but I was like, I think I got it, I’m pretty sure I got it.

“Then I was on to the next play. We had a lot more to do. I mean, we had to get a touchdown and a two-point conversion. ‘Dola made a big play coming up next, Sweet Feet [James White] made some big plays. Just a great, great, complementary game from all the guys. Malcolm, Hoges, just unbelievable.”

An oral history of Julian Edelman’s incredible Super Bowl catch, as told by Patriots players

HOUSTON ?? The catch that Julian Edelman made with 3:30 left in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LI was the football equivalent of almost spilling scalding hot coffee all over your computer, and then managing to keep the mug upright at the last minute. It was like opening your car door and realizing there’s a cyclist heading your way just in time to avoid door-ing them. Robert Alford tipped Tom Brady’s pass into the air while two other Falcons defenders encroached on Edelman. The ball landed on Alford’s leg, then Edelman caught it, a paper-thin margin separating it from the ground.

That play was the stuff of heart attacks, regardless of whether you were rooting for or against the Patriots ?? a moment of athletic prowess and some really good or bad luck. A roar erupted from the Patriots jersey-clad fans at NRG stadium as the challenge was overruled and the play call held. They clutched each other in disbelief as their team continued to gain the momentum that would ultimately allow them to come back from a 25-point deficit and win the 51st Super Bowl.

After the game, Patriots players were just as jazzed about the catch as fans were when it happened. They fielded questions about what Belichick said to them in the locker room at halftime and the Falcons’ offense with the typically vague answers athletes give at press conferences. But when asked about the catch, their faces lit up. They were clearly thrilled about the play itself, but they all seemed equally as thrilled that “Juls” was the one who executed it. Many compared it to the David Tyree catch in Super Bowl XLII that robbed the Patriots of their perfect season.

So, without further ado, here’s the oral history of Julian Edelman’s catch. With input from Edelman himself, of course.

Alan Branch: “Honestly, I didn’t think he caught it. You know, I’m not going back there yelling that he got it. And I didn’t think he got it, and once I saw that he actually caught it, I started going crazy. That was one of the better catches I’ve seen. That concentration that he had to track it down and put his hand up under it? He’s an elite receiver, an elite athlete for a reason.”

Patrick Chung: “Oh, [laughs] it was great, it took the air out of me a little bit. It’s a great catch, man. It’s a big time play, he’s a big time player, man, I love Juls. I came in with him and that’s my dude, so I’m happy for him.”

Chris Hogan: “Man, [laughs] I mean, that’s going to go down in history as one of the greatest Super Bowl catches, you know. I mean, Juls always makes plays for us, he’s a playmaker on our offense, and he’s a go-to guy. He found a way to catch that ball, I mean, it’s incredible. I watched it, I thought he caught it, so, you know, there’s not a doubt in my mind that he didn’t catch that ball. When I watched it live I thought he caught it.”

Rob Ninkovich: “Hah, wow, that was an amazing catch. Just the concentration, everything about it, he did a great job to get his hands underneath it, and it was an amazing play. One of many that got us to where we’re at right now.
Charlotte Wilder: “Did you feel it was a turning point?”
Rob Ninkovich: “I think Hightower’s sack fumble was the turning point.”

Danny Amendola: “Unbelievable [laughs] it was an awesome catch. I don’t know how he did it. Catch of the night!”
CW: “Was it a turning point?”
Amendola: “No question, it sparked the whole team. He’s a champ.”

Malcolm Mitchell: “Totally phenomenal. Julian is one of the best people I know, and obviously he’s one of the great Pats. He’s just been a leader the whole way. He gives me advice the entire way through. I thought he caught it. I’m a Pat, if he said he caught it, he caught it.”

LeGarrette Blount: “It was crazy, it was. I’ll probably never see a catch like that again.
CW: “Was it a turning point?”
Blount: “For sure, definitely. Juls always comes through and makes the play whenever we need it. He never fails, you know what I’m saying, he never fails. What we needed, no matter if it’s intentional, unintentional, he’s always going to make that play for us.”

Stephen Gostkowski: “It was insane, I mean, it was kind of reminiscent of the Tyree catch, and the guy from Seattle’s catch, and I’m glad that finally bounced our way this time. Julian’s the man. I mean, he’s an insane athlete, just the toughest competitor I’ve ever met.”

Chris Long: “It was like, you know, the funny thing is the first thing that popped into my head was Tyree, you know, as a fan of the game, and watching as a football player, that magic kind of reversed. And Julian’s such a great player, that’s where hard work and focus meets luck. And we deserved that luck, I think we deserved it. We work so hard and we’ve got great people.”

Dont’a Hightower: “That is the best catch that I’ve ever seen in person, hands down. I mean, I thought, I couldn’t even tell, but I was like he ain’t catch that. But that man’s incredible, man, Julian Incredible, that’s what they call him. I’m glad I’m so, so blessed for that catch.”

Julian Edelman: “You know, I made a decent play. I just tried to track [the ball] and hey, it was a bang-bang play. I knew I got it. I felt like I had it. I knew I had, like, a good feel on it. I didn’t know if any piece of the ball was touching but I ?? I didn’t know what the dang rule is, no one knows what the rule is for a catch is, but I was like, I think I got it, I’m pretty sure I got it.

“Then I was on to the next play. We had a lot more to do. I mean, we had to get a touchdown and a two-point conversion. ‘Dola made a big play coming up next, Sweet Feet [James White] made some big plays. Just a great, great, complementary game from all the guys. Malcolm, Hoges, just unbelievable.”

Dion Lewis injured himself on a fake kneel in the Super Bowl

The Patriots tried a trick play before going into overtime in the Super Bowl, and it ended up being pretty bad for the Patriots.

It wasn’t just because the Patriots didn’t score, which is fine, but it’s that Dion Lewis appeared to injure his ankle in the process. Lewis was being looked at by trainers on the sideline, and the injury looked like a pretty bad roll.

The Patriots ruled him questionable to return with the injury. He was seen walking around on the sideline with his helmet. So perhaps he’s OK.

Dion Lewis injured himself on a fake kneel in the Super Bowl

The Patriots tried a trick play before going into overtime in the Super Bowl, and it ended up being pretty bad for the Patriots.

It wasn’t just because the Patriots didn’t score, which is fine, but it’s that Dion Lewis appeared to injure his ankle in the process. Lewis was being looked at by trainers on the sideline, and the injury looked like a pretty bad roll.

The Patriots ruled him questionable to return with the injury. He was seen walking around on the sideline with his helmet. So perhaps he’s OK.

Devin McCourty joins Martellus Bennett in skipping Trump White House Visit

Only a day after the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl with a historic 25-point comeback, defensive back Devin McCourty said in a text to TIME that he would not be attending the team’s ceremonial White House visit.

“Basic reason for me is I don’t feel accepted in the White House,” McCourty told TIME Monday. “With the president having so many strong opinions and prejudices I believe certain people might feel accepted there while others won’t.

“I can’t imagine a way I go there,” he later added.

McCourty joins teammate Martellus Bennett, who confirmed shortly after the game that he’d follow through on his initial claim that he would not visit a Trump White House in the event of a Super Bowl victory.

The duo were also among a group of players that participated in Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest, raising their fists together ahead of their Week 1 game.

McCourty is the first Patriots player to join Martellus Bennett in his decision to skip the visit, but it would not be surprising to see other players follow suit.

Devin McCourty joins Martellus Bennett in skipping Trump White House Visit

Only a day after the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl with a historic 25-point comeback, defensive back Devin McCourty said in a text to TIME that he would not be attending the team’s ceremonial White House visit.

“Basic reason for me is I don’t feel accepted in the White House,” McCourty told TIME Monday. “With the president having so many strong opinions and prejudices I believe certain people might feel accepted there while others won’t.

“I can’t imagine a way I go there,” he later added.

McCourty joins teammate Martellus Bennett, who confirmed shortly after the game that he’d follow through on his initial claim that he would not visit a Trump White House in the event of a Super Bowl victory.

The duo were also among a group of players that participated in Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest, raising their fists together ahead of their Week 1 game.

McCourty is the first Patriots player to join Martellus Bennett in his decision to skip the visit, but it would not be surprising to see other players follow suit.

Super Bowl squares 2017 4th quarter score: Falcons and Patriots go to overtime

Whether you’ve been playing Super Bowl squares for all four regulation quarters or just one game which spans the length of the Super Bowl, congratulations! You’ve either come out on top or put yourself down a few bucks, but regardless, there’s no more time to panic about the score.

The Super Bowl has gone to overtime for the first time with the score tied at 28-28, but the squares game is over. If you have the square corresponding to the number 8 for the Atlanta Falcons and 8 for the New England Patriots, congratulations again, because you’re a winner! Go and collect your Super Bowl squares earnings from your friends and family, and make sure they don’t leave the party without some trash-talk from the winner.

Inevitably, there was someone at your Super Bowl party who took the game too seriously, looking up common scores and ways to gain an edge on the competition ?? but look who’s on top now? Have fun celebrating, but don’t rub it in too much, or then you’ll just be that jerk who took everyone’s money.