1. 2013 NFL Mock Draft: Eric Fisher Beats Luke Joeckel for Kansas City Chiefs

    1. KC: Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan This is not a great year for having the No. 1 pick, but the Chiefs will make the most of it. They are likely trading incumbent LT Branden Albert for picks and selecting Fisher here...

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  2. 2012 NFL Top 10 Cornerbacks: Who Challenges Darrelle Revis for the Top Spot?

    Cornerbacks are often put to the test in today's NFL , with the rules of the game favoring spread offenses that can light up a defense. However, shutdown cornerbacks are still in the NFL, and quite important and valuable assets...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Christopher Myers about almost 2 years ago 37,459 reads 21 comments

  3. 2012 Top Ten Safeties: Woodson Joins Reed and Polamalu in the Elite Safeties

    1. Ed Reed - Ravens Reed may be the most instinctual and intelligent defender in football, and he still has the athleticism to be the NFL 's most accomplished ballhawk...

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  4. 2012 NFL Mock Draft: QBs Luck and Griffin Headline a Draft of QB Nightmares

    Expect three quarterbacks to go in the top eight as the 2012 mock draft takes place at Radio City Music Hall in Midtown Manhattan tonight. My latest picks are below. 1...

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  5. NFL Week 1 Power Rankings: Patriots and Packers Live Up to Hype, Ravens Rise

    1. New England Patriots (1-0): The defense started off, but it recovered, and Tom Brady and company torched a decent Miami defense. They've got the best coach in football. 2...

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  6. State of the Jets 2011: Ready To Be Super, Time for Sanchez To Shine

    Quarterbacks Mark Sanchez (6'2", 225, Age 24): In his third season, the face of the franchise must be consistent. He shows flashes of being a solid NFL quarterback, but he needs to prove that's what he can bring every single game...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Christopher Myers about almost 3 years ago 247 reads 1 comments

  7. 2011 NFL Week 1 Predictions: Packers Take Saints, Steelers Edge Ravens

    New Orleans Saints (0-0) vs. Green Bay Packers (0-0) Sean Payton's complex offense goes up against Dom Capers' complex defense in an ultimate chess match of past Super Bowl winners...

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  8. 2011 Top 10 QBs: Tom Brady Legendary, but No One Is Peyton Manning

    1. Peyton Manning , Colts With four MVPs and a Super Bowl, Colts fans don't even want to think about where they'd be without Peyton Manning...

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  9. 2011 Top 10 Halfbacks: Peterson Edges Holdout Johnson

    1. Adrian Peterson , Vikings Peterson has entered his prime, with an incredible blend of athleticism to dominate opposing defenses. He is a great straight line rusher, who is fast in the open field and strong enough to run through people...

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  10. NFL's Top 10 Fullbacks: Leach Leads McClain, Richardson Remains Great

    1. Vonta Leach - Ravens The former Texan was likely a big boost for the running game as Arian Foster had such a breakout year. He has a good, stout build, and is powerful, like the prototypical fullback...

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  11. 2011 Top Ten Wide Recievers: Andre Johnson Holds off Fitzgerald

    1. Andre Johnson - Texans He's one of the best players in the league, with a combination of height, strength, and athleticism which scares all defensive coordinators. He's among the best in every aspect of his position...

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  12. 2011 NFL Top 10 Tight Ends

    1. Antonio Gates - Chargers He's a matchup nightmare, even when he's battling injuries, when healthy, he is one of the more special players in the entire league. In 10 games last year, he averaged over 70 receiving yards and one TD catch a game...

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  13. 2011 Top 10 NFL Offensive Tackles: Long Edges Thomas and Clady

    1. Jake Long: Dolphins After being the first pick by the worst team in football a few years back, he led them to the playoffs. That should say something about his value to Miami...

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  14. 2011 Top 10 Guards: Mankins Still Best Despite 2010 Holdout

    1. Logan Mankins - Patriots Even with a lengthy holdout, Mankins clearly didn't miss a beat, still earning Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors...

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  15. 2011 Top Ten Centers: Mangold Leads Young Group

    1. Nick Mangold - Jets Mangold has brought himself to be an almost unanimous choice as the best center in football. He anchors one of the best offensive lines in the league, and has as much strength and as much athleticism as any center in the sport...

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  16. 2011 Top Ten Defensive Tackles: Ngata Still Best, but Suh Becoming Great

    1. Haloti Ngata, Ravens The rarest athlete in football. There are no other 350-pound men who are as athletic as Ngata. He is the anchor that makes the Ravens defensive line almost impenetrable, and he is a scary pass rusher...

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  17. 2011 Top Ten Defensive End: Peppers and Freeney Still the Best

    1. Julius Peppers - Bears Well-rounded, versatile, dominant defender who drew consideration for Defensive MVP this year. His presence on his new team was obvious...

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  18. 2011 Top Ten Inside Linebackers: Willis Now Above Lewis & Urlacher

    1. Patrick Willis, 49ers Hands down the best inside linebacker in the NFL right now. He is a tackling machine who is a game-changer, blitzing or in coverage across the middle...

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  19. 2011 Top Ten Outside Linebackers: Ware Edges Harrison & Matthews

    1. Demarcus Ware—Dallas Cowboys He has basically no weaknesses and a rare combination of athletic abilities to be possibly the best defender in football...

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  20. 2011 Top Ten Cornerbacks: Revis Edges Asomugha While Woodson and Bailey Defy Age

    1. Darrelle Revis - Jets An elite cover corner who has yet to reach his peak. He combines quickness, strength and speed with incredible awareness...

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  21. 2011 Top Ten Safeties: Troy Polamalu Edges Ed Reed; Eric Berry the Future

    1. Troy Polamalu - Steelers The most innovative defender I've ever seen. He has a very rare combination of speed, strength and hair length. His strength allows him to play inside around the linebacker as a blitzer or plugging a hole for the run...

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  22. 2011 NFL Mock Draft 4.0: Cam Newton Stars As Da'Quan Bowers Falls

    1. CAR - Cam Newton - QB, Auburn Newton was the best player in college football last season, showing ability as a passer and as an extraordinary athlete...

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  23. 2011 NFL Mock Draft 3.0: Patrick Peterson Can Make History as No. 1 Pick

    1. CAR - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU A rare athlete with incredible combination of speed and size for a defensive back. Could be safety or shutdown corner for the Panthers. Not Carolina's biggest need, but possibly the draft's best player...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Christopher Myers about over 3 years ago 3,674 reads 10 comments