Deleted above post 'cause I might as well right a new set of overviews.
Anyways, here are some overview I think could be worth changing.
With apologies to anthropologist Ashley Montagu, Staraptor's purpose is "to die young as late as possible." This predatory bird can certainly make an impact with its fearsome Attack, decent Speed, and high Base Power moves, with enough power to OHKO and 2HKO some of the most common threats in OU with little support. The reason why Staraptor outclasses comparable Normal/Flying-type Pokemon is no mystery: it has Close Combat to round out its type coverage, disposing of Rock- and Steel-types that would otherwise wall its Normal- and Flying-type STAB attacks. What differentiates Staraptor from other competitors in OU is its ability to abuse the Flying-type STAB, which has deceptively great coverage in the current metagame alongside Close Combat.
The bad news is that while Staraptor is capable of sweeping whole teams, its lackluster defenses, weakness to Stealth Rock, and reliance on recoil moves limit its survivability on the battlefield severely. The mere existence of faster competitors and priority attacks in the metagame regulates Staraptor's own presence as well. Despite these weaknesses, Staraptor has qualities that differentiate it from the many physical attackers that roam this new generation, making it a significant threat given the right conditions.
Staraptor is a Pokemon with numerous shortcomings. Firstly, it has a weakness to Stealth Rock, and when combined with constant recoil from Brave Bird, means it will get worn down rather quickly. Staraptor also suffers from the fact that its Base 100 Speed stat simply isn't up to par in this fast-paced metagame, so it will be outpaced very frequently. It also has poor defenses, meaning that it will usually cringe in one move. Finally, Staraptor's crippling weaknesses to Ice, Rock, and Electric make it so that threats such as Mamoswine, Thundurus-T, and Terrakion can dispose of it before it can react.
However, Staraptor does have some perks that make it usable in OU. With 120 Attack along with an ability in Reckless and two powerful STABs in Brave Bird and Double-Edge, can put massive dents in teams. It also has Close Combat to put the hurt on numerous Steel-types, as well as U-turn to keep up offensive momentum. Despite Staraptor's many shortcomings, it can be good enough to perform well in the right conditions.
Reason for change: Okay, this bird may have been OP in UU, alright, but, to put it bluntly, it's not exactly up to par in OU. It does have some perks and all, but there was a need to emphasize on why it's BL and not OU.
To put it bluntly, Scrafty is one of the Pokemon who got hit the hardest in the transition to BW2. Although he still has his good qualities going for it, he just struggles to find his place in the OU metagame. With powerful attackers such as Keldeo and Thundurus-T, Scrafty's bulk just doesn't come up to par in this much more offensive metagame. With a poor Speed stat, Scrafty often struggles to outspeed much of the metagame even with a Dragon Dance boost. His weaknesses to Fighting and Flying are much more prominent than ever, meaning that he will more than often struggle to nab a boost. Scrafty has also lost his former niche as a stallbreaker, as stall is much less prominent a force in BW2. However, as grim as things may be for Scrafty, he does have a few things going for him that make him viable for use in OU. With great type coverage along with Moxie and Dragon Dance, Scrafty still can sweep some unprepared teams in the right conditions. Just do keep in mind though; Scrafty isn't the kind of Pokemon you can just slap onto a team and expect initial improvements, as a matter of fact, doing so usually will provide the opposite effect.
Reason for change: I made it pretty different this time around. I really love Scrafty, as my name says, but I mean really, it's just not up to par in this meta. I know it's got that cool typing and awesome boosting moves and abilities, but really, it struggles to find a place in this metagame. Its low speed really kills it, and its bulk just isn't up to par. I know it can be successful, but it's often outclassed by other Fighting-types. Wow, I never thought I'd say those words.
While Sableye has been considered a mediocre Pokemon in past generations, it received a godsend from the Dream World in the form of Prankster, an ability that gives an added +1 priority to all non-attacking moves. Not only is it the only Ghost-type with Prankster, but it is also the only Pokemon with this ability that has access to both Recover and Will-O-Wisp. Add to this the fact that Sableye is immune to many attacking moves with priority, and you have an insanely annoying Pokemon that can cripple entire teams—if the opponent doesn't quit beforehand. However, despite these perks, it is still an all-around mediocre Pokemon outside of Prankster, with none of its base stats exceeding 75. Furthermore, Sableye can only really switch in to a few select Pokemon, like Alakazam, Reuniclus, or Skarmory. However, Sableye is still a Pokemon you can trust to perform its job well on your team.
Sableye, once languishing in the forgotten depths of NU, has gained a wonderful new ability in Prankster. Along with that comes the proper movepool to abuse it; that includes Will-O-Wisp, Taunt, and Recover. This, along with a coveted Dark / Ghost typing, gives Sableye some unique niches in OU; a spinblocker who can annoy teams, a stallbreaker with its priority Taunt, and a hindrance to physical attackers with Will-O-Wisp. With all of these in mind, Sableye can fit itself on most teams, however, where it shines most is on sun teams, where it benefits from weakened Water-type attacks from Tentacruel and Starmie to help it do its spinblocking annoyer job much more effectively.
Reasons for change: Mmmhmm. Why not just mention why we should even bother using Sableye in OU?
Reason for change: Yeah. The current overview is really hyping up Crawdaunt. It really isn't that good in this meta and should only be used if you want something that has so much power to smash through lots of bulky Pokemon. Otherwise, stick to something else.