Ryan Doerr

#9P,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 189
Born:
College: Kansas State
Birth Place: Katy, Texas
  • Aaron Rodgers weighs in: Tom Brady is the GOAT
    Shutdown Corner

    Aaron Rodgers weighs in: Tom Brady is the GOAT

    To a fair number of NFL followers, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the best player in the league at the position right now. Chatting from the golf course at this month’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on “In Depth with Graham Bensinger,” Rodgers addressed Super Bowl LI, which of course saw Brady and the New England Patriots post a historic comeback for the franchise’s fifth championship.

  • ESPN's Mel Kiper on the NFL Draft
    SI.com

    ESPN's Mel Kiper on the NFL Draft

    Mel Kiper has never attended the NFL scouting combine. That’s right, Kiper, the father of NFL draft coverage, has never gone to Indianapolis to see the top prospects showcased in person. He’s always preferred to stay home and watch tape while waiting for their 40 times, vertical leap measurements and the rest to roll in. With the combine quickly approaching, Kiper spoke to The MMQB about his combine viewing habits, the players in this draft pool who can create the most buzz with a good workout, the biggest combine snubs, and NFL’s stance with the non-invitees. KAHLER: You’ve been in this business since 1978. How many combines have you covered, and how has it changed in those years? KIPER: I’ve

  • Patriots Wire

    Film study: James White's direct snap 2-point conversion required perfect execution

    Josh McDaniels called a number of excellent plays during Super Bowl LI. But his direct snap call wasn’t the perfect call by any stretch of the imagination. It took near-perfect execution from his offensive players to make it work. The Atlanta Falcons lined up with eight players in the box with safety Ricardo Allen, a ninth defender, creeping toward the box just before the snap.  Allen hesitated after the snap. Perhaps he, like the rest of the Atlanta defense, is expected a passing play. Perhaps he got thrown off by Brady faking a high snap. Nearly all of the Falcons linebackers and secondary seemed to freeze or backpedal in the moment after the snap. The only players who were able to get upfield