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With the 2015 CFL Combine (Mar. 27-29) and CFL Draft (TBA) approaching on the offseason calendar, TSN.ca profiles some of the prospects who could be taken this spring. Laurier defensive back Chris Ackie looks to have all the physical tools to be a professional football player. Standing 6 feet 2 inches and weighing a solid 210 pounds he appears to be your prototypical defensive back, or even linebacker, in the CFL game. With a vertical jump at 38 inches and a broad jump close to 11 feet, he also clearly has the athleticism to play at the next level. Yet Ackie believes he had his best two seasons in the CIS mainly because his intelligence on the football field. “I always took it seriously but now Im more focused,” Ackie told TSN. “I watch so much film, I watch hours of film at night. Its not enough to be the best athlete, you have to have a football IQ. Over the years Ive developed my football IQ and I can kind of slow down the game and I can make a lot more plays.” Ackie’s increase prep work led to results on the field. In 2013 he was a second team OUA All-Star with over 40 tackles. This year he was a first team All-Star in the conference and a first team CIS All-Canadian. Teams in the OUA tended to throw away from Ackie in games, as he had only one interception in his last two seasons, but he was never far from the action, nearly tripling his tackling totals from his first two seasons. “Chris became a team leader in the film department,” Laurier associate head coach and defensive coordinator Ron VanMoerkerke explained. “During the season he could always be found in the football offices watching extra film. Also, he would organize film for younger players at his home or in classrooms on campus.” “Ill go into the office and watch film with a coach or bring a bunch of DB’s or linebackers and well watch film together; me kind of teaching them stuff is helping me as well,” Ackie explained. “Ill even work with my offensive coaches, watching film with them. It helps me because now I know how an offensive player is thinking.” Orginally from Toronto, Ackie, whose parents immigrated to Canada from Grenada, grew up in Cambridge, Ontario in a ‘big family.’ He credits his older brother Ron for getting him into the game. “I started playing football when I was 10-years-old. One of the things was my brother played the year before me,” explained Ackie. “Whatever youre older brother wants to do, you want to copy, so I wanted to play football right away so the next year I started playing and I fell in love with it.” Since he started playing the game, Ackie’s dreamt of being a professional football player. His success in the game would eventually lead him to Wilfrid Laurier University in nearby Waterloo. Even though the school was close to home, that wasn’t the reason for attending the school. “My parents would have supported me wherever I went,” Ackie said. “I got offers to go to school in Montreal but they were happy that I stayed close. The thing about Laurier was the coaches, especially our defensive coordinator, VanMoerkerke. Hes one of the reasons I went to Laurier. Over the years hes put me in a position to be successful at no matter what position Ive been at. Ive always been a good athlete, but to learn the game, Coach Vs taught me a lot about the game.” While Ackie’s emphasis on improving his football IQ is noteworthy, CFL teams will also be attracted by his size and athleticism. Currently ranked twelfth in the CFL prospect rankings, Ackie hopes to showcase this in March’s CFL Combine. “I want to show them how versatile I am and how great of an athlete I am. I want to show them I am not a person who can only play one position, I can play multiple positions and they can draft me. They can draft me as an athlete and they can put me wherever they need me to go. I just want to show them that Im one of the best defensive players in the draft.” But people shouldn’t forget that he brings more to the table than athleticism. “They (CFL teams) will get a hard-working player that continues to develop. He easily could have gotten by on genetic gifts alone,” VanMoerkerke said “But he never missed a workout or a summer run. He is dedicated to improving and works hard to do so.” “My athletic ability is my greatest attribute as a player but also Ive taken strides to become a really smart player,” Ackie said. “I really know the game, when I came up first year I thought I knew the game but now that Im in my fourth year I think I really understand the game” Jack Mayfield Jersey .S. international midfielder Michael Bradley is complete. Carlos Lee Jersey . 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Cornerback Sam Shields, nose tackle BJ Raji and outside linebacker Mike Neal were all re-signed in free agency. So defence is the worry, offence is not. I think Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in football and, if he can stay healthy all 16 games, what happened previously will happen again, and thats football success. With Rodgers arm teams cant overload the tackle box, but with Eddie Lacy they have to overload the tackle box. Rodgers will be able to ying and yang defences into submission because he now has a top running back to complement his top receiver Jordy Nelson. With Bryan Bulaga at right tackle and the experience David Bakhtiari got last year at left tackle, Rodgers has everything he needs - most importantly himself. We will know a lot about Green Bay once they play the Seahawks in Seattle on Thursday September 4. They win that one, they are on their way. When you talk about good coaches that run solid programs, Mike McCarthy is not as praised as the Belichicks or the Harbaughs, but he is an amazing 82-45 in his career, and in 2011, he won 15 regular season games. Many organizations are run very well in NFL football today, and the Packers are as good as any. Packers take first in the NFC North. Chicago Bears The Chicago Bears were a really good 8-8 football team in 2013. If they can turn around their defence the way they turned around their offence in one year, then the Bears will not only be a playoff team but could win a tough NFC North. On offence the Bears improved from No. 28 to eighth in total yards achieved and from 29th to fifth in passing yards created. They also improved from 27th to fourth in protecting the quarterback. That is an absolutely remarkable turnaround. The problem is on defence as they gave up 478 points, an all-time franchise high. 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There are conversations of discipline and professional apathy and the reality of Matthew Staffords 14 turnovers and 54 per cent completion rate over the last seven games but the answer remains somewhat inconclusive going into the 2014 season. When you lose your final four and go 1-7, something has to happen, and it did. Jim Schwartz has moved on to run the defence not very far away in Buffalo and Jim Caldwell has been hired to try a different approach. Its good for Caldwell in that his previous head coaching experience had Peyton Manning at quarterback. His present coaching experience he will have Stafford at quarterback. Stafford threw the ball 634 times last year, an extremely high number. I am sure the goal for this years Lions team is not to put so much focus on pass protection and quarterback production. Or maybe not. The best receiver in football is Calvin Johnson. His physical gifts are intense and sometimes so oblivious his skills as a receiver are overlooked. There are only five or six receivers that dictate coverage every play. Johnson is one of them. The closer you play your strong safety to the line of scrimmage, the more room Johnson has 1-on-1 in open space. Staffords success is due to many, including himself. But Johnson can make Stafford look good more than any other player. With 634 passes thrown by Stafford and only 19 interceptions, a key for Detroit will be to create more turnovers as they ended the season with a minus-12 takeaway/giveaway ratio. Detroit will score points but have to stop others from scoring as well. With Aaron Rodgers and Jay Cutler in the division, you cant expect to outscore everyone and win 10 games. The pass rush and pass coverage has to improve for dramatic success. Caldwell has a calm demeanour as a head coach. He has taken a job where off-field issues created on-field concerns. I am sure his message has been given and heeded by the players. If not, Caldwell, with his wealth of experience, will sacrifice talent for conduct if needed. The Lions have not had a home playoff game in 20 years. If the team was to be the surprise of the league this year, the fan response would be phenomenal as it has been so long. And to achieve an enthusiastic response this year, the most important weeks for Detroit are the last two (Week 16 at Chicago and Week 17 at Green Bay). To Lions fans, those two weeks mean everything to set up a first in 20 years: a home playoff game. Detroit - Third in the NFC North. Minnesota Vikings The Minnesota Vikings will be an interesting team this year after hiring Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer as head coach. Some coaches are pullers and some are pushers. A puller is a coach that pulls you in to a program and works with you to improve. As you begin to believe in the program, you buy in and begin to win. Jim Caldwell comes to mind as a puller. The other type of coach is a pusher and as you would expect, he pushes. He is the boss, no doubt, and uses pressure and confrontation sarcasm with a rare compliment to keep you sane. Bill Belichick is a pusher. Both styles work and, as a pusher, Zimmer given time will work out well as coach of the Vikings. The best move hes made was hiring Norv Turner to run the offence and develop a quarterback. You cant say that Turner was a great head coach, but you can say he gets a lot out of quarterbacks. The Vikings will also improve on defence and given time you will see the Bengals of just last year in purple uniforms. They will use multiple fronts, but with four or more good pass rushers and two exceptional cornerbacks, Zimmer knows exactly what he wants. The number one question for the Vikings is how fast Teddy Bridgewater progresses. You dont trade up into the first round unless you believe in a players future and have confidence in his past. With a running back like Adrian Peterson, two good offensive tackles in Phil Loadholt and Matt Kalil, and a surprise player with Cordarrelle Patterson, Bridgewater is in an excellent situation. This will be a tough year for the Vikings. They won only five games last year and looking at their schedule they may only win five again. In a five-game stretch this season, they play Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford. And that run starts after playing an improved Rams team in St. Louis to begin the season. Im not sure if you can expect another 2,000-yard season from Peterson, but I am sure you can see an improved Vikings team under the demands of Zimmer, given time. Vikings finish fourth in the NFC North. ' ' '