| PRO 🏈 Alabama in the NFL/CFL ~ 2021 -2022 season.

im4uainva

Sideline Club
Not much reporting on our guys this week. Mac had a pretty good game against JAX (22/30 227 yds, 3 TDs). Nagee had a pretty good game against CLE 28 FOR 188, 1TD. Jalen led the Phleagles to a win over the Deadskins. I am glad that Mac had such a good comeback after last week. These were just a few examples of successful former Bama players this week. ROLL TIDE!
 

Rolltide24

Century Club
Chase passed Mac in offensive ROY odds going in to week 18. He’s having a great year for a rookie WR and for a guy that didn’t play last year, but he’s got a great QB. Mac is playing on a team that was awful last year and has no WR star power. I think it will come down to the wire. Najee should get some talk but I haven’t heard him mentioned as much as Chase and Mac.
 

BamaFan334

Scholarship Club
Chase passed Mac in offensive ROY odds going in to week 18. He’s having a great year for a rookie WR and for a guy that didn’t play last year, but he’s got a great QB. Mac is playing on a team that was awful last year and has no WR star power. I think it will come down to the wire. Najee should get some talk but I haven’t heard him mentioned as much as Chase and Mac.

Quarterback is a much more difficult position than wide receiver. After all, who gets the ball to Chase, a quarterback. Burrow was the #1 pock throwing to Chase. Mac does not have that first round weapon. What Chase has done has been great, but a rookie quarterback outperforming everyone and setting records himself that has a team headed to the Playoffs that missed last year is pretty amazing.
 

JoshB

Scholarship Club

FINAL 2021 NUMBERS:
Deionte Thompson – FS – Arizona Cardinals
Played in all 17 games. 8 tackles.

AJ McCarron – QB – Atlanta Falcons (INJURY RESERVE)
Tore his ACL in preseason.

Calvin Ridley – WR – Atlanta Falcons (RESERVE)
Started first five games of the season and then left the team for “mental health reasons.” 31 catches, 281 yards, 2 TD

Anthony Averett – CB – Baltimore Ravens
Played and started in 14 games. 54 tackles, 11 PBU, 3 INT

Bradley Bozeman – C – Baltimore Ravens
Played in and started 16 games.

Marlon Humphrey – CB – Baltimore Ravens (INJURY RESERVE)
Played and started in 12 games. Tore a muscle in his arm and will miss the rest of the season. 58 tackles, 13 PBU, 1 INT, 1 FF

Levi Wallace – CB – Buffalo Bills
Played and started in all 17 games. 58 tackles, 1 TFL, 10 PBU, 2 INT, 1 FR

Deonte Brown – OG – Carolina Panthers
Played in three games.

Thomas Fletcher – LS – Carolina Panthers (INJURY RESERVE)
Hip injury suffered during preseason.

Eddie Jackson – FS – Chicago Bears
Played and started in 14 games. 76 tackles, 4 TFL, 2 PBU, 1 FF

Jonah Williams – OT – Cincinnati Bengals
Played and started in 16 games.

Miller Forristall – TE – Cleveland Browns (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Ronnie Harrison – SS – Cleveland Browns
Played in 12 games, started 11 games. 58 tackles, 4 TFL, 1 sack, 3 PBU, 1 INT

Jedrick Wills Jr. – OT – Cleveland Browns
Played and started in 13 games.

Mack Wilson – LB – Cleveland Browns
Played in 14 games, started six. 42 tackles

Amari Cooper – WR – Dallas Cowboys
Played in 15 games, started 14. 68 catches, 865 yards, 8 TD

Trevon Diggs – CB – Dallas Cowboys
Played and started in 16 games. 52 tackles, 21 PBU, 11 INT, 2 TD. Leads NFL in INT.
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Robert Foster – WR – Dallas Cowboys (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Kareem Jackson – SS – Denver Broncos
Played and started in 15 games. 88 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack, 2 PBU, 1 INT

Jerry Jeudy – WR – Denver Broncos
Played in 10 games, started five. 38 catches, 467 yards

Patrick Surtain II – CB – Denver Broncos
Played in all 17 games, started 5. 58 tackles, 1 TFL, 14 PBU, 4 INT, 1 TD
ALL ROOKIE

Shaun Dion Hamilton – LB – Detroit Lions (INJURY RESERVE)
Broken foot.

Savion Smith – CB – Detroit Lions (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Ryan Kelly – C – Indianapolis Colts
Played and started in first 14 games and earned Pro Bowl honors. His infant daughter passed away in November causing him to miss games at the end of the season.
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Dylan Moses – LB – Jacksonville Jaguars (INJURY RESERVE)

Cam Robinson – OT – Jacksonville Jaguars
Started and played in 14 games.

JK Scott – Punter – Jacksonville Jaguars
Played in one game. 4 punts, 39.8 YPP

Gehrig Dieter – WR – Kansas City Chiefs (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Jarran Reed – DT – Kansas City Chiefs
Played and started in all 17 games. 43 tackles, 2 TFL, 2.5 sacks, 1 PBU, 2 FF, 1 FR

Terrell Lewis – LB – LA Rams
Played in 11 games, started 4. 22 tackles, 4 TFL, 3 sacks, 1 PBU, 1 FF

A’Shawn Robinson – DE – LA Rams
Played in 17 games, started 14. 67 tackles, 2 TFL, 2 sacks, 2 FF

Tony Brown – CB – Las Vegas Raiders (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Isaiah Buggs – DT – Las Vegas Raiders (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Lester Cotton – OG – Las Vegas Raiders (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Kenyan Drake – RB – Las Vegas Raiders
Played in 12 games, started 2. 63 carries, 254 yards, 2 TD; 30 catches, 291 yards, 1 TD; 10 KOR, 192 yards

Josh Jacobs – RB – Las Vegas Raiders
Played in 15 games, started 14. 217 carries, 872 yards, 9 TD; 54 catches, 348 yards

Alex Leatherwood – OG – Las Vegas Raiders
Played and started in all 17 games.

Damion Square – DE – Las Vegas Raiders (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Raekwon Davis – NT – Miami Dolphins
Played and started in 14 games. 28 tackles, 1 TFL

Tua Tagovailoa – QB – Miami Dolphins
Played in 13 games, started 12. 263-388, 2,653 yards, 16 TD, 10 INT; 42 carries, 128 yards, 3 TD

Jaylen Waddle – WR – Miami Dolphins
Played and started 16 games. 104 catches, 1,015 yards, 6 TD; 2 carries, 3 yards, 1 TD; 5 PR, 35 yards, 9 KOR, 158 yards. Broke the NFL rookie record for receptions in a season.
ALL ROOKIE

Irv Smith Jr. – TE – Minnesota Vikings (INJURY RESERVE)
Blew out his knee in September.

Dalvin Tomlinson – DT – Minnesota Vikings
Started and played in 16 games. 39 tackles, 2 TFL, 2.5 sacks, 2 PBU, 1 FR

Christian Barmore – DE – New England Patriots
Played in 17 games, started 2. 46 tackles, 3 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 2 PBU
ALL ROOKIE

Damien Harris – RB – New England Patriots
Played and started in 15 games. 202 carries, 929 yards, 15 TD; 18 catches, 132 yards

Dont’a Hightower – LB – New England Patriots
Played and started in 15 games. 64 tackles, 1 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 1 PBU

Anfernee Jennings – LB – New England Patriots (INJURY RESERVE)

Mac Jones – QB – New England Patriots
Played and started all 17 games. 352-521, 3,801 yards, 22 TD, 13 INT; 44 carries, 129 yards
ALL ROOKIE

James Carpenter – OG – New Orleans Saints
Played in five games, started one.

Mark Ingram – RB – New Orleans Saints/Houston Texans
Played in 14 games, started 10. 160 carries, 554 yards, 2 TD; 27 catches, 162 yards

Xavier McKinney – SS – New York Giants
Played in 17 games, started 16. 93 tackles, 1 TFL, 11 PBU, 5 INT, 1 TD

Reggie Ragland – LB – New York Giants
Played in 17 games, started 9. 67 tackles, 2 TFL, 2 PBU

CJ Mosley – LB – New York Jets
Played and started in 16 games. 168 tackles, 2 TFL, 2 sacks, 2 FF, 2 PBU

Ross Pierschbacher – C – New York Jets
Played in zero games.

Quinnen Williams – DT – New York Jets
Played and started in 15 games. 53 tackles, 7 TFL, 6 sacks, 12 QBH, 3 PBU

Landon Dickerson – OG – Philadelphia Eagles
Played in 14 games, 13 starts.

Jalen Hurts – QB – Philadelphia Eagles
265-432, 3,144 yards, 16 TD, 9 INT; 139 carries, 784 yards, 10 TD

Jared Mayden – SS – Philadelphia Eagles (PRACTICE SQUAD)

DeVonta Smith – WR – Philadelphia Eagles
64 catches, 916 yards, 5 TD
ALL ROOKIE

Minkah Fitzpatrick – CB – Pittsburgh Steelers
Played and started in 16 games. 124 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 FR, 1 FF, 7 PBU, 2 INT

Najee Harris – RB – Pittsburgh Steelers
307 carries, 1,200 yards, 7 TD; 74 catches, 467 yards, 3 TD
ALL ROOKIE

JC Hassenauer – C – Pittsburgh Steelers
Played in 13 games, started 3.

OJ Howard – TE – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Played in 17 games, started 9. 14 catches, 135 yards, 1 TD

Rashaan Evans – LB – Tennessee Titans
Played in 12 games, started 11. 57 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 FR, 1 FF, 2 PBU, 2 INT

Da’Shawn Hand – DE – Tennessee Titans (PRACTICE SQUAD)

Derrick Henry – RB – Tennessee Titans (INJURED RESERVE)
Played and started 8 games. Broke his foot but is expected to return for playoffs. 219 carries, 937 yards, 10 TD; 18 catches, 154 yards

Julio Jones – WR – Tennessee Titans
Started and played 10 games. 31 catches, 434 yards, 1 TD

Jonathan Allen – DT – Washington Football Team
Started and played all 17 games. 62 tackles, 10 TFL, 9 sacks, 30 QBH
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Landon Collins – SS/LB – Washington Football Team (INJURED RESERVE)
Played and started in 13 games. Converted to linebacker for part of season due to injuries. Broke his foot late in season. 81 tackles, 7 TFL, 2 QBH, 3 sacks, 1 FF, 2 PBU, 2 FR, 2 INT

Da’Ron Payne – NT – Washington Football Team
Started and played all 17 games. 61 tackles, 6 TFL, 4.5 sacks, 15 QBH, 1 FR

Cam Sims – WR – Washington Football Team
Played in 14 games, started 3. 15 catches, 211 yards, 2 TD
 

Brandon Van de Graaff

A defensive deity, inventor of the Concussion.
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TerryP

Ivory Club
This is both "know the room" and "tone deaf."

On Tuesday — a day after the Dolphins fired their former head coach in Flores — a new report said he had an F-bomb-filled “meltdown” with the quarterback at one point this season.

According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, during halftime of a Week 16 loss to the Titans that crushed the Dolphins’ playoff hopes, Tagovailoa claimed that Flores “doesn’t know how to talk to people.”

Flores, meanwhile, reportedly said he needed “better f—king play” from the quarterback.

 

BamaFan334

Scholarship Club
This is both "know the room" and "tone deaf."



According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, during halftime of a Week 16 loss to the Titans that crushed the Dolphins’ playoff hopes, Tagovailoa claimed that Flores “doesn’t know how to talk to people.”

Flores, meanwhile, reportedly said he needed “better f—king play” from the quarterback.


He has always had Tua's back it seemed. The dink and dunk play calling seemed to be what is holding Tua back.
 

mando

Sideline Club
This is both "know the room" and "tone deaf."



According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, during halftime of a Week 16 loss to the Titans that crushed the Dolphins’ playoff hopes, Tagovailoa claimed that Flores “doesn’t know how to talk to people.”

Flores, meanwhile, reportedly said he needed “better f—king play” from the quarterback.

No doubt if this is how he was talking to Tua he was tone def. In my professional position I tell people ALL the time how you treat people matters. Just got through listening to a TED Talk that addresses this very thing from leadership. This does not mean you do not challenge people but how you do it is extremely important in getting real sustainable results. People like CNS have figured this out. Sounds like Flores is was an authority but not a real leader.
 

JoshB

Scholarship Club
He has always had Tua's back it seemed. The dink and dunk play calling seemed to be what is holding Tua back.

Same with Waddle. Despite how many records he broke this year, PFF Focus had a pretty solid article going over how much he's been limited this year because of the routes he was forced to run. His bread and butter at Bama were routes over the middle, especially deep routes, and he has ran VERY few at all this season primarily because of their "dink and dunk" style of play. Though, in the coaches defense, you can understand it because of how poor the offensive line is.
 

BamaFan334

Scholarship Club
Same with Waddle. Despite how many records he broke this year, PFF Focus had a pretty solid article going over how much he's been limited this year because of the routes he was forced to run. His bread and butter at Bama were routes over the middle, especially deep routes, and he has ran VERY few at all this season primarily because of their "dink and dunk" style of play. Though, in the coaches defense, you can understand it because of how poor the offensive line is.

I was thinking much of the same the couple of times I actually got to see him play on tv. I never really thought we got to see what makes him so dangerous, and it's those catches over the middle where he can clear the sideline out and outrun everyone, much like that play in the ESC Championship that we ran a lot. He had a ton of catches and did a lot of good, but if they unleash him, watch out!
 

rick4bama

Bama Fan since 1965 and counting....
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Alabama lands 3 former players on ESPN's top 10 rookie list

Alabama has more than its fair share of players currently on NFL rosters. It should come as no surprise that some of the leagues best players are former stars of the Crimson Tide.


Now that the regular season is over and the playoffs are underway, ESPN has decided to release its list of the top ten NFL rookies from the 2021-2022 season.

Alabama landed three of the top ten and a handful of others that just missed the cut.

Representing the Tide was Mac Jones at No. 2, Patrick Surtain II at No. 7, and Jaylen Waddle at No. 8.

Najee Harris, Christian Barmore, and DeVonta Smith all narrowly missed out on being in the top ten.

Stay tuned to Roll Tide Wire for all the latest on the former Crimson Tide stars now in the NFL.

Najee, Christian,DeVonta should had been in the top ten rookies. I mean Najee over a 1000 yards.
 

Rolltide24

Century Club
I really want the Titans to get to the super bowl, for king Henry and Julio. But tannehill is so bad. He’s one of the most overrated qbs in the nfl. He’s so inconsistent.ugh
He IS the most overrated QB in the NFL. He sucks. Has since he was in the league. I don’t know why they think a journeyman will take them to the promise land. Look at all the tools around him. D held the Bengals to 19 despite his 3 INTs. Incredible effort by Tannehill and Vrable to lose that game. Took a lot of effort to lose that one.
 
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