#Right Tackle


Matt Peart

I love Peart, and I think he is going to end up being a cornerstone lineman for the next 4-5 years at least. But that's just me, and I'm generally overly enthusiastic about players I like. How do you all think Peart will play this year?. Who the. Bill in...

Film Room with Coach Corley: BYU's base defensive front

Ilaisa Tuiaki has taken a lot of heat in the past few seasons over his 3-man fronts and not bringing enough pressure or having too light of boxes. While all of that may be warranted in some cases, it is not for his base defense. BYU’s base defense looks unorthodox compared to many of the basic defenses that fans are used to. Different doesn’t equal bad. Every defense has its strengths and weaknesses that the defensive coaches must know and understand. Coaches all over the country agree with Tuiaki that BYU’s base defense has strengths that far outweigh the weaknesses. Let’s take a look at what BYU runs up front on defense and how it all works together.
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5 Things to look Forward to in Dolphins Training Camp

Training camp is just around the corner, which means we’re one step closer to Football season. Training camp is ordinarily filled with position battles, breakout players & interesting storylines, and this year is no different. With that being said, here are the 5 things Dolphins fans should keep an eye on during Training Camp.
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Fantasy Football Questions For Every AFC North Team

We’re going division by division answering each team’s biggest fantasy questions and it’s AFC North time. Check out the columns on the NFC East, NFC North, NFC South, NFC West, and AFC East if you missed them. Also, see my column from last year to see how my 2020 AFC North fantasy football predictions fared.

NFL 2021: Incredible Interior Icebergs of the East

The NFL’s Dave Gettleman calls them “Hog Mollies”, Adam Gase doesn’t consider them an important position. Tom Brady (if it wasn’t part of his self confessed misinformation campaigns) believes they’re the most important part of the Offense. Interior Offensive Lineman. Singularly the least glamorous and most underpaid – come at...

NFL 2021: Burly, Bold Bookends of the East

NFL Front Offices and team building aficionados have a priority mantra for positional importance: Quarterback, Tackle, Edge Rusher. Most schools of thought now add a “lock-down” Corner. It has been de rigueur since the days of Lawrence Taylor (the ’80s) to prioritise the Left Tackle when considering this piece of...