Stanley Havili was a lightning rod for criticism in his first year with the Colts, mostly because playing him meant keeping T.Y. Hilton – or, later in the year, someone like LaVon Brazill or Da’Rick Rogers – on the bench. It didn’t help when a pass bounced off Havili’s hands in the playoff game against […]
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Stat of the day: In their seven-season history, Pro Football Focus has never assigned a higher grade to a rookie tight end than the +19.1 grade Dwayne Allen received in 2012. Allen was just the 11th tight end in league history, and the first Colt, to have a rookie season of at least 45 catches, 500 yards and three touchdowns.
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Last offseason, I put together some numbers illustrating how good T.Y. Hilton and Dwayne Allen were during their rookie seasons. Basically, the two came down as two of the top fifteen rookies at their position since 2000, which was fantastic value for the third round in the draft. Of course, Allen’s season-ending hip injury kept […]
Thanks to Jadeveon Clowney, Johnny Manziel, Sammy Watkins and everyone in between, the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft brought in 9.943 million viewers – the most of any draft. Of course there had to have been at least a couple of star running backs to help bring in all that excitement, right? Nope. […]