clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Know the Enemy Daily Links 9/12: College playbooks invading NFL gamedays

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

AFC West

Broncos

Conditioning a factor as O-Line needs to improve run blocking - Mile High Report

Real football is back, and school is in session, so CH74 is here to give us the inside scoop on our favorite Offensive Line with grades and comments.

Scouting the enemy: Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs - Mile High Report

Here's a detailed look at the Kansas City Chiefs and what you could expect on Sunday.

Chargers

Week 1 Grades: San Diego Chargers at Arizona Cardinals - Bolts from the Blue

It wouldn't be an NFL season without the Chargers blowing a double-digit lead on Monday Night Football. However, while the loss was frustrating (and in the case of the offense, troubling) there were some silver linings to pull out a very sloppy overall effort.

Film Study: Malcom Floyd's near-miss big play - Bolts from the Blue

Frank Reich might have struggled in his debut as Offensive Coordinator, but this play was an absolute beauty, and a killer missed opportunity.

Chiefs

Chiefs DC Bob Sutton: 'Don't be the guy that's telling Peyton Manning what the coverage is' - Arrowhead Pride

KC Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton tells his players not to be the guy who gives the defense away to Peyton Manning.

Buying and selling the Kansas City Chiefs: Mile High Edition - Arrowhead Pride

Each week, we present a stock watch of the facets of the game we're buying and selling. It's a bear market these days.

NFL

The NFL goes back to college - SB Nation

Remember when everyone said the read option as just a fad for the NFL? Nope. Instead, coaches are building on the offensive innovations college programs are using. Danny Kelly walks through the fancy new section of the pro playbook.

NFL borrows prep, college playbooks - ESPN

Want to know what trends will dominate the NFL in five years? Attend a high school or small-college football game. Because tactics on display during the NFL's opening weekend were high school and small college all the way.