Tag Archives: Sutton Smith

Sutton Smith: The Steal Of The Draft

Cody Potanko | May 10th, 2019

The Pittsburgh Steelers had themselves a fairly significant draft. They moved up in the top 10 for the first time since they drafted Plaxico Burress eighth overall in the 2000 draft. They got their man Devin Bush, a stud middle linebacker out of Michigan, but enough about the big splash. Let’s talk about what I found to be the most significant pickup in the draft.

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On the Clock: Broncos 7-Round Mock

Andrew Harbaugh | April 23rd, 2019

We are less than three days away from the 2019 NFL Draft and we still have some seven-round mocks coming your way here at The Scorecrow. This one will be on the team dwelling in the cellar of the AFC West, at least as far as offseason splashes go, the Denver Broncos.

The Broncos led by John Elway and new head coach Vic Fangio have a promising team in the palm of there hands but drafting has been an issue of late. Continue reading

Washington Redskins 7 Round Mock Draft: A Future at Quarterback?

Mike Fanelli | March 27th, 2019

The 2019 NFL draft is less than a month away and teams are putting the finishing touches on their player evaluations. Every year we see several surprising picks that come out of nowhere like when the Seattle Seahawks drafted Rashaad Penny in the first last year. Everyone loves mock drafts so here is a seven round mock draft predicting every Washington Redskins’ pick. To help with this mock draft, I used the FanSpeak on the clock simulator. Continue reading

Boca Raton Bowl Preview

Dale Money | December 18th, 2018

Two newly crowned conference champions in the Northern Illinois Huskies and UAB Blazers will meet in Boca Raton to do battle today at 7:00pm ET. NIU, appearing in its 13th bowl game, in fact, played Marshall in the first ever Boca Raton Bowl, back in 2014. UAB returns to its second consecutive bowl after having just won the Conference USA Title on December 1, over Middle Tennessee State 27-25. Less than two years after the program was back in full swing, having folded in 2014.

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