With a full season of 2014 data from Pro Football Focus (PFF), it is easier to “see the field.” While we do not necessarily agree with all of the stats on individual players collected by PFF, overall they are correct far more often than not and do provide an objective measure of comparison. PFF will be the first to admit that there are always going to be limitations in what...
The NFL never fails to amaze. Just when we acquire an understanding about which players might succeed during a given season, a ton of surprises come out of the wordwork and surprise us all. There have been some pretty good stories through the first five weeks of the NFL. From former first-round busts like Robert Ayers performing at a level that was expected entering the league to...
Bloomsburg University held their pro day earlier this month with 14 NFL teams in attendance. The division two school is located in northeast Pennsylvania and has been flying under the radar. Out of the 15 athletes working out and showing their skills the top prospect is defensive end, Larry Webster Jr.
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The New York Giants announced the dates for some key offseason activities this spring. These events will mark the first time that the 2014 squad comes together as a unit.
The voluntary offseason workout period begins on April 21, as it does for many NFL teams.
Organized Team Activities are scheduled for the following dates:
Robert Ayers, the former Broncos defensive end who signed with the Giants yesterday, will not just be potentially replacing longtime captain Justin Tuck along the defensive line, he will be taking his number too.
The 28-year-old defensive end was given No. 91 Wednesday, when he signed a two-year deal with the G-Men.
Ayers will have very big shoes to fill as the newest member of...
For some odd reason the Patriots have hardly even attempted to run the ball against the Denver Broncos. Yes, I know that the Broncos are statistically not one of the stronger teams against the pass, but you have to remember that since most teams were always trying to come from behind against them they had no choice but to pass.Anyway...the defensive line of the Broncos isn't complaining...
Denver Broncos defensive end Robert Ayers decided to have some fun with Philip Rivers during the Broncos’ 24-17 win over the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. Philip Rivers had to call a timeout on the third play of the Chargers’ opening drive of the second half, leaving him extremely frustrated. As he stomped off the […]
Denver Broncos defensive end Robert Ayers mocked Phillip Rivers' kicking tantrum on Sunday.
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was quite upset that he had to burn a timeout and kicked at the turf before going to the sideline. Denver Broncos linebacker Robert Ayers saw this and mocked Rivers, creating the funniest GIF of the playoffs so far. Ayers impression is spot on.
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