Here are five things you may have missed from the New England Patriots’ 36-20 win over the New Orleans Saints. This comes after a another look at the game tape. They Patriots may not have many healthy receivers, but the ones that could play were awfully fast. Josh McDaniels, who has always seemed to favor the jet sweep, finally has the personnel to help the play truly succeed. Phillip Dorsett and Brandin Cooks can both fly, and their ability to run the jet sweep has help bring a new wrinkle to the Patriots’ offense. The Patriots used the jet sweep as misdirection early in the game by handing the ball to Cooks and then faking the handoff to James White. Then, they used a fake jet sweep to the
Ryan Kerrigan forced his second turnover in as many weeks, this one a forced fumble in a win over the Rams. USA Today The following is a look at former Boilermakers playing in the NFL, with news, notes and their Week 2 statistics.
We’re three weeks into the college football season, and thanks to Hurricane Irma, it took two weeks for every NFL team to get their season opener in the books. Now that the football universe has gotten a healthy dose of both pro and college action, it’s time to take another stab at mocking the first round of the 2018 NFL draft? Why, you ask? Why do we do anything else? Because it’s fun, people. So, using the latest Super Bowl odds from Vegas Insider to set the draft order, let’s do this. All of this year’s top quarterback prospects have already proven they’re not superhuman, with costly mistakes and poor decisions leading to disastrous results. That said, I still think Rosen is doing the most