We’ve asked our writers for their most controversial picks and probed their brains for roster construction strategies to find out if they prefer to Win Now, Win Later, or Win Always. We also learned who they consider their best values
We come to another of the rookie quarterbacks who took their first NFL steps last season. This time, it’s DeShone Kizer of the Browns who will be the focus of our attention. We’ll see how his numbers from the last season compared to other recent rookies at his position. Then
A mega producer for the South Dakota Jackrabbits, tight end Dallas Goedert is one of the most intriguing prospects in the 2018 draft class.
The 2017 season was not exactly a banner year for rookie wide receivers. Chris Godwin, however, was one of the few bright spots with a strong finish after a slow start to his debut campaign.
Southern Mississippi wide receiver Korey Robertson had a phenomenal junior season in 2017, leading Conference USA in both yards receiving (1,106) and touchdowns (12). On a national stage, he finished 17th in yards receiving and tied for fourth in TDs.
Continuing our look back on first year players in 2017, we come to Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. There were more than a few eyebrows raised when the Bears traded up to the No. 2 spot to select Trubisky, especially after they paid big money to secure Mike Glennon in free
We’ve asked our writers for their most controversial picks and probed their brains for roster construction strategies to find out if they prefer to Win Now, Win Later, or Win Always. Today we find out what they see as their best value selections in our
The leader in Anthony Amico’s early running back projections for the 2018 draft will surprise you.
As we continue to look back at 2017, we come to the rookie quarterbacks taking their first NFL steps last season. We begin with the player who, sadly, saw his season ended the fastest, namely Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans. We’ll see how his numbers from the last season compared to
D.J. Moore leads the way as Anthony Amico presents his early wide receiver projections for the 2018 draft.