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Must Win?

If any week in the Eagles’ season looked easier to win, it’s this week. Then again, my predictions for the past two games have been far off and not in the Eagles’ favor. 617 more words

Top 5 NFL rookies to watch this season

Melvin Gordon San Diego Chargers – Running back

Melvin Gordan has suffered a slow start to winning over San Diego fans – especially after a subdued debut – and none more so than his own mum, who declared she won’t be pulling on the Chargers’ jersey until Gordon’s earned it. 566 more words

American Football

'Big Cat' Says His Conditioning Must Improve

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Leonard Williams wants to shape up for the rest of the New York Jets’ season.

The rookie defensive end acknowledged he felt tired at points during his NFL debut, … 674 more words


So Far, Jets' Leonard Williams Has Lived Up To The Advanced Billing

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Leonard Williams is a large man with huge hair and enormous expectations.

Well, that’s no big deal for the New York Jets rookie defensive end. 781 more words


RSP Film Short: Jets DE Leonard Williams in 40 Seconds

I discuss play structure a lot in when it comes to player evaluation. Top players execute inside and outside the structure of a play. You’ll hear me mention it with quarterbacking, but Ryan Riddle broached the same idea with defensive line play in our recent RSP Film Rooms on… 264 more words

Matt Waldman

Leonard Williams, Su'a Cravens, and the State of the USC Defense

Throughout much of the Trojans’ 2014 season, the USC defense was the team’s weakest link; one season later, several big changes have been made to the roster that will impact how USC’s new unit fares in a strong PAC-12 South. 470 more words

College Sports

Jets' Leonard Williams: 'I'll Definitely Be Ready For Week 1'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Leonard Williams didn’t even realize he was injured at first.

Then, the New York Jets rookie defensive lineman crouched on the sideline and a sharp pain shot through the back of his right knee. 712 more words