The Physiology behind the NFL Combine – Cornerbacks & Safeties

TGC NFL Combine Defensive Backs

TFE contributor Casan Scott gives us a last look at the physiology behind the NFL Combine, analyzing position by position to give us a better understanding of exactly what the numbers really mean coming out of INDY each and every year. If you missed the introduction to this series, here's a quick link that will catch you up to speed - Click … [Read more...]

The Physiology behind the NFL Combine – DL & LB

TGC Physiology behind the NFL Combine DL and LB

TFE contributor Casan Scott looks at the physiology behind the NFL Combine, analyzing position by position to give us a better understanding of exactly what the numbers really mean coming out of INDY each and every year. If you missed the introduction to this ongoing series, here's a quick link that will catch you up to speed - Click … [Read more...]

The Physiology behind the NFL Combine – RB’s, WR’s, & TE’s

TGC NFL Combine WR's

TFE contributor Casan Scott looks at the physiology behind the NFL Combine, analyzing position by position to give us a better understanding of exactly what the numbers really mean coming out of INDY each and every year.  If you missed the introduction to this ongoing series, here's a quick link that will catch you up to speed - Click Here.  We … [Read more...]

Scouting College Quarterbacks – Vectoring & Dynamic Geometry

TGC Scouting College Quarterbacks Part 13

Here is the tenth section in the ongoing series of the intricacies of scouting college quarterbacks. There are too many instances of failed careers in the National Football League at the quarterback position, not because of the lack of physical talent, but because the lack of the basic understanding of how to implement that talent on the field. … [Read more...]

The physiology behind the NFL Combine – Offensive Line

TGC The Physiology behind the NFL Combine Offensive Line

TFE contributor Casan Scott looks at the physiology behind the NFL Combine, analyzing position by position to give us a better understanding of exactly what the numbers really mean coming out of INDY each and every year.  If you missed the introduction to this ongoing series, here's a quick link that will catch you up to speed - Click Here. By … [Read more...]

The Physiology behind the NFL Combine

TGC The Physiology behind the NFL Combine

It's never too early to be thinking about the NFL Draft. I was assigned "Group Leader" of the Linebackers at the 1995 NFL Combine.  The job description of "Group Leader" is to be DEN MOTHER to the players under your guidance over the course of their 3 days in Indy.  One particular player out of Florida State was placed under my "protection" - … [Read more...]

20 Tips (6-10) on how to become an NFL General Manager

TGC 20 Tips to becoming an NFL GM

This is Part 2 in a series of posts that I'm writing to answer the oft asked question of "How do I become an NFL General Manager?"  As I mentioned in Part 1, there is NO clear cut path to the front office of a professional football team.  There isn't any course of study you should or shouldn't pursue in college.  No online program that will provide … [Read more...]

A “Nickel’s worth” of advice – 5 Factors in NFL rookie selection

TGC Nickels worth of advice

By Shane Tidrick The NFL draft is in the books, OTA’ are finished, and the summer is rolling along.  Soon we will be looking at the pre-season where we will finally get to witness the rookies make their highly anticipated appearances on the field at the professional level. Everyone has their opinion as to the best way to make the best selection … [Read more...]

Bridgewater Defense Mounts – Keeping Perspective

TGC Teddy Bridgewater Keeping Perspective

By Joe Landers Teddy Bridgewater didn’t deserve the precipitous drop that came after his Pro Day. He had a great college career and, by all accounts, can command a complex offense with the best of the 2014 prospects. 256 prospects will get drafted, another 650 will get invited to a camp as an undrafted free agent. Essentially, each season, 10,000 … [Read more...]

Quantifying Jadeveon Clowney’s Combine Using Probabilistic Distributions

TGC Jadeveon Clowney Combine

By Casan Scott - Baylor University Jadeveon Clowney is thought of as a “once-in-a-decade” or even “once-in-a-generation” pass rushing talent by many. Once the top rated high school talent in the country, Clowney has retained that distinction through 3 years in college football’s most dominant conference. Super-talents like Clowney have … [Read more...]