| If you find yourself
wishing you could find out more information on a rookie prospect
than reading an 8-sentence scouting report, The
2007 Rookie Scouting Portfolio
is a must-have, fantasy football and NFL Draft resource. The
portfolio is ready for download! Get your copy by simply filling
out the box on the right.
FF Today’s Matt
Waldman, writer of The Weekly Gut Check and 20/20 Hindsight
columns, and originator of the Crank
Score, authored a 379-page publication (.pdf
format) in 2006 that covered players in more depth than most
anything you will find in print! As a fantasy owner, this
portfolio is geared to the rookies you need to know about.
In addition, you will receive...
- 116 Rookie Profiles at the
QB, RB, WR, and TE positions.
- A 1-2 page analysis of each
player that explains the player’s checklist grades
and play-by-play examples and game stats that support
the evaluator’s commentary.
- Position-specific rankings
and summaries for each player based on their on-field
- Long-term projects at each
position with the talent to be future fantasy surprises.
- Key Overrated and Underrated players
in this year’s draft class.
- A combine-adjusted ranking, based
on a formula that illustrates how workout scores can impact
a player’s draft position or perceived potential.
- Each prospect is graded with a full-page
checklist with at least 20, position- specific, criteria
- All players are graded on a clearly
defined, 100-point scale.
- The best and worst evaluated performers
at position-specific skill sets.
The 2007 RSP is ready for download! Get your copy for
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2007 Rookie Scouting Portfolio
The intent is to provide the fantasy owners
and draftnik information that goes beyond the general, one and two
paragraph summaries of player strengths and weaknesses. Instead
of telling you a player simply has good speed, nice hands, and a
strong arm, The 2007 Rookie Scouting Portfolio contains
actual, play-by-play analysis to describe a prospect’s strengths
and weaknesses where it matters most: the field of play.
The emphasis of game film to evaluate a player is based on the philosophy
shared by some of the NFL’s best personnel men in the history
of the game such as Joe Thomas and Ron Wolf. Commissioner Pete Rozelle
recommended Thomas to the Minnesota Vikings in the 1960’s
as their first personnel manager. Thomas went against the grain,
and built a team around scrambling QB Fran Tarkenton, a player that
didn’t have ideal measurements but possessed far greater qualities
that could only be seen on the field.
Former Packer’s GM, Ron Wolf credits Thomas as someone from
whom he learned valuable lessons about the art of personnel decisions.
Wolf was the driving force behind the Packers acquiring Brett Favre.
The choice of Favre was one of the cornerstones of the Green Bay
franchise when they became Super Bowl Champion. Wolf was convinced
Favre was a special player, not because what he saw from Favre at
the combine, but film study of the future Hall of Famer’s
junior season at Southern Mississippi.
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