1. Miami Dolphins' 2014 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling

    The Miami Dolphins have not made the playoffs since 2008. If they want to finally break the trend, and finally break .500, they will need to get major contributions from their 2014 draft class...

    Erik Frenz Written by Erik Frenz about 2 months ago 14,984 reads 63 comments

  2. New York Jets 2014 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling

    Rex Ryan is on the year-to-year plan as head coach of the New York Jets , so if he is going to stick around for any length of time, the Jets will need to get significant contributions from this year's draft class...

    Erik Frenz Written by Erik Frenz about 2 months ago 14,402 reads 53 comments

  3. How Ted Bolser Fits with Washington Redskins

    The Washington Redskins needed another tight end behind last year's rookie sensation, Jordan Reed. They got one at the top of Round 7 in former Indiana ace Ted Bolser ...

    James Dudko Written by James Dudko about 2 months ago 8,237 reads 25 comments

  4. How Tavon Rooks Fits with the New Orleans Saints

    With the 202 nd pick in the sixth round, the New Orleans Saints took offensive tackle Tavon Rooks from Kansas State. Rooks was an Honorable Mention All-Big 12 performer in 2013 after starting 10 games...

    Will Osgood Written by Will Osgood about 2 months ago 2,580 reads 1 comments

  5. How Jemea Thomas Fits with the New England Patriots

    The New England Patriots do not have many needs in the secondary, but safety depth looked like an issue headed into the draft...

    Sterling Xie Written by Sterling Xie about 2 months ago 6,354 reads 3 comments

  6. How Pat O'Donnell Fits with the Chicago Bears

    Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery has always been one to go against the grain, and he did so again when he drafted Miami punter Pat O'Donnell in the sixth round...

    Matt Eurich Written by Matt Eurich about 2 months ago 5,934 reads 7 comments

  7. How Wesley Johnson Fits with the Pittsburgh Steelers

    The Pittsburgh Steelers turned their attention to the offensive line with pick No. 173. Offensive line wasn ’t a top priority, but the truth is, you can never have enough good offensive linemen...

    Curt Popejoy Written by Curt Popejoy about 2 months ago 473 reads 1 comments

  8. How Zach Moore Fits with the New England Patriots

    For the fifth time in seven picks, the New England Patriots have beefed up the trenches, this time with Concordia-St. Paul defensive end Zach Moore in the sixth round...

    Sterling Xie Written by Sterling Xie about 2 months ago 4,557 reads 4 comments

  9. Tajh Boyd Drafted by Jets: Latest News, Reaction and Analysis

    A decorated collegiate career at Clemson failed to generate much 2014 NFL draft buzz for quarterback Tajh Boyd...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 2 months ago 724 reads 0 comments

  10. How Robert Herron Fits with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Jeff Tedford's mantra of "speed in space" on offense didn't seem to be the focus when the team drafted Mike Evans and Austin Seferian -Jenkins with their first two selections in the 2014 NFL draft...

    Luke Easterling Written by Luke Easterling about 2 months ago 3,611 reads 3 comments

  11. How Demetri Goodson Fits with the Green Bay Packers

    In one of the most interesting selections of the entire draft, Demetri Goodson ends up in Green Bay. A basketball player for three years at Gonzaga, he has NBA bloodlines with his father, and he has other family members who played in the NFL ...

    Justis Mosqueda Written by Justis Mosqueda about 2 months ago 5,368 reads 0 comments

  12. How Keith Wenning Fits with the Baltimore Ravens

    With the 194th overall pick in the sixth round, the Baltimore Ravens drafted Ball State quarterback Keith Wenning ...

    Jason Marcum Written by Jason Marcum about 2 months ago 936 reads 0 comments

  13. How Matt Hazel Fits with the Miami Dolphins

    The last two rounds on Day 3 of the NFL draft is the best time to take a gamble on small-school prospects that need some refinement or fit a team's scheme well, allowing them to contribute early in their career...

    Ian Wharton Written by Ian Wharton about 2 months ago 7,207 reads 17 comments

  14. How Brandon Dixon Fits with the New York Jets

    Keeping an emphasis on defense, the Jets continue to bolster their secondary with the selection of Mississippi State product Brandon Dixon. Dixon is the epitome of a "project" player...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 2 months ago 5,877 reads 4 comments

  15. How Ronald Powell Fits with the New Orleans Saints

    With two selections in the span of three picks, the New Orleans Saints began by taking Alabama safety Vinnie Sunseri . They came back at pick No. 169 with Florida outside linebacker Ronald Powell...

    Will Osgood Written by Will Osgood about 2 months ago 4,704 reads 7 comments

  16. How LB Marquis Spruill Fits with the Atlanta Falcons

    The Atlanta Falcons added yet another linebacker with the selection of Marquis Spruill out of Syracuse...

    Scott Carasik Written by Scott Carasik about 2 months ago 4,749 reads 19 comments

  17. How Kenneth Acker Fits with the San Francisco 49ers

    The San Francisco 49ers ' run on cornerbacks in the 2014 NFL draft continued, as general manager Trent Baalke added Southern Methodist corner Kenneth Acker with the team's first pick (No...

    Peter Panacy Written by Peter Panacy about 2 months ago 591 reads 0 comments

  18. How Lache Seastrunk Fits with Washington Redskins

    The Washington Redskins weren't shy about pursuing a change-of-pace runner prior to the 2014 NFL draft. Now the team has one in the form of sixth-round pick Lache Seastrunk ...

    James Dudko Written by James Dudko about 2 months ago 10,433 reads 10 comments

  19. Ravens Draft John Urschel: How the OG Fits with Baltimore

    With the 175th overall pick, the Baltimore Ravens drafted offensive guard John Urschel out of Penn State. This was the first pick the Ravens used to bolster their offensive line, which was lacking depth at all five spots coming into the draft...

    Jason Marcum Written by Jason Marcum about 2 months ago 356 reads 0 comments

  20. Is Zach Mettenberger Tennessee Titans' QB of the Future?

    The Tennessee Titans added a quarterback to their roster via the 2014 NFL draft with LSU's Zach Mettenberger . Mettenberger was at one time considered an early round pick, but he lasted until Day 3 and the sixth overall round...

    Matt Stein Written by Matt Stein about 2 months ago 5,988 reads 18 comments

  21. De'Anthony Thomas Solves Chiefs' Need for Offensive Weapon

    The Kansas City Chiefs went defense with their first two picks of the 2014 NFL draft. No matter how good those picks turn out to be, they were in desperate need of an offensive weapon who could make an immediate impact...

    Christopher Hansen Written by Christopher Hansen about 2 months ago 4,553 reads 5 comments

  22. How Jon Halapio Fits with the New England Patriots

    The New England Patriots have exposed their intentions on Day 3 of the NFL draft. For the third time in four picks, the Pats opted to add to the offensive line, drafting Florida guard Jon Halapio in the sixth round...

    Sterling Xie Written by Sterling Xie about 2 months ago 4,082 reads 2 comments

  23. How Jared Abbrederis Fits with the Green Bay Packers

    With the position already addressed in the second day, Ted Thompson didn't stop his quest to find quality receivers...

    Justis Mosqueda Written by Justis Mosqueda about 2 months ago 15,674 reads 11 comments

  24. How Kevin Pamphile Fits with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    After taking an offensive lineman just six picks prior, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers jumped up into the top of the fifth round to grab yet another athletic blocker to further deepen a unit that has seen plenty of overhaul this offseason...

    Luke Easterling Written by Luke Easterling about 2 months ago 1,651 reads 0 comments

  25. How Keith Reaser Fits with the San Francisco 49ers

    The San Francisco 49ers again showed the willingness to draft injured collegiate prospects in the hopes of redshirting them during their rookie seasons...

    Peter Panacy Written by Peter Panacy about 2 months ago 7,469 reads 6 comments