1. 2011 NFL Draft: 5 Teams That Can't Take a Risk in the First Round

    Every year, high-risk/high-reward players emerge as potential first round picks. Moreover, every year, a team falls for the hype of one of these players, and when the player doesn't pan out, the team is set back a good number of years...

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  2. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Mocking the Top Five Picks

    It's that time of year. Bleacher Report is abuzz with mock drafts, draft analysis, and all of the articles that make April a special month for draft followers. I figured I'd do my top five mock draft and go from there...

    Eli Nachmany Written by Eli Nachmany about over 3 years ago 1,527 reads 22 comments

  3. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Buffalo Bills 7-Round Mock Draft

    After an abysmal season in which they finished 4-12, the Buffalo Bills need a good draft class to help rebuild the program...

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  4. 2011 NFL Draft: 5 Rookies Who Will Have the Most Impact on Their Team's Record

    After a wild 2010 for rookies, it is certainly feasible that a first-year player can come in and have an impact on their new team's record immediately. This year, there is no shortage of players who will do the same...

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  5. 2011 NFL Draft: Carolina Panthers Can't Draft Blaine Gabbert on Intangibles

    Blaine Gabbert shouldn't be a top 10 pick, but every year a darling quarterback emerges in the draft and becomes the poster child for pre-draft over-hyping. This year, Gabbert is that guy...

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  6. 2011 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills and Colin Kaepernick Would Make Perfect Sense

    Colin Kaepernick may well be a top passer in the NFL . That is, if he lands in the right spot. Recently I wrote an article about why Andy Dalton would be a great option in ...

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  7. 2011 NFL Draft: Why Andy Dalton Can Be the Successor for the Indianapolis Colts

    Nothing lasts forever. While this generation of NFL fans doesn't know of the Indianapolis Colts without Peyton Manning at quarterback, the harsh reality is that a 35-year-old ...

    Eli Nachmany Written by Eli Nachmany about over 3 years ago 2,671 reads 54 comments

  8. 2011 NFL Draft: Von Miller Is the Guy at No. 3 for the Buffalo Bills

    The Bills have been down for years. After striking out on Aaron Maybin, Buffalo would be understandably lukewarm to the idea of taking another "elite" pass rusher high in the draft...

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  9. Dallas Cowboys Draft Preview: Prince Amukamara Is Not the Guy for Dallas

    While it may seem that the logical choice for the Cowboys is to draft cornerback Prince Amukamara with the ninth pick, the former Cornhusker is not the guy for Dallas ...

    Eli Nachmany Written by Eli Nachmany about over 3 years ago 2,459 reads 20 comments

  10. Paul Posluszny, Buffalo and Why the Bills Need to Bring Back the Linebacker

    It's a grizzly day in Buffalo. Stale snow, littered across sidewalk tiles, dulls the atmosphere around here...

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  11. Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints: Time to Draft for the Future?

    He won the Super Bowl. He was the Madden cover boy. He revived a city. We've heard everything about Drew Brees ' magical year...

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  12. 2011 NFL Draft Analysis: Cam Newton and the Buffalo Bills Are a Bad Fit

    Over and over again, Cam Newton and the Buffalo Bills are linked to one another in NFL mock drafts. Newton seems like a great fit, considering his athleticism would translate ...

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  13. Colt McCoy Presents the Best Option for Cleveland Browns at Starting Quarterback

    As the impending expiration of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement looms like a dark cloud over the immediate future of the NFL , fans don't hesitate to indulge one another ...

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  14. Michael Vick and How The Spread Offense Has Changed The NFL

    Marty Mornhinweg and Andy Reid coach the same offensive players. Past that, the similarity in coaching scheme is almost nonexistent...

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  15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Josh Freeman is the Best QB from the 2009 NFL Draft

    Their coach said they were the best team in the league. They found an answer to the "Who Dat?" chants. The young Buccaneers went from a last-place finish to a respectable 10-6 record...

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  16. Same Pick, Different Day: Aaron Rodgers Would Have Been The Same As Alex Smith

    In the 2005 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers made a "huge" mistake. With the first selection in the draft, desperately needing a franchise quarterback to turn the franchise around, San Francisco drafted Alex Smith out of Utah...

    Eli Nachmany Written by Eli Nachmany about over 3 years ago 1,141 reads 27 comments

  17. Greatest Show 2.0: Why Rams' Sam Bradford Will Thrive With Josh McDaniels

    Coming off an "oh-so-close" season, St. Louis isn't sure how to feel. With a new franchise quarterback and a revamped team that came a game away from the postseason in 2010, Rams fans should be buzzing with excitement...

    Eli Nachmany Written by Eli Nachmany about over 3 years ago 1,811 reads 82 comments

  18. Listen To Larry Fitzgerald: Kevin Kolb To Arizona Cardinals Makes Perfect Sense

    In Phoenix, Arizona, the weather is breezy. It's a quiet afternoon, for the most part, and then it happens. Larry Fitzgerald provides the sound-byte that renews the hopes of every Arizona Cardinals' fan...

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  19. 2010 Baltimore Orioles Flying Under the Radar

    On a freshly cut field in Sarasota, the sun is shining while four or five Orioles take batting practice. Adam Jones punishes room-service fastballs as Matt Wieters and Nick Markakis share a laugh...

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  20. Josh Johnson Is The Marlins Pitching Staff

    The tough, gunning right hander breezes through his delivery, bringing his throwing hand out of his glove ever so slightly as he prepares to go through. The leg, then the body, then the arm, all flying through in a flash of teal, gray, and black...

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  21. Jack Zduriencik, the Mariners, and How To Win the 2010 World Series

    Casey Kotchman, his hands in his lap, waits patiently as his plane lands in Seattle. The Emerald City is particularly resonant today, the horizon shimmering blue in the Pacific Northwest as the chill of winter bites at the coastline...

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  22. AL Wild West Looks To Provide Some Compelling Storylines in 2010

    As the Yankees popped champagne after a World Series victory, Jack Zduriencik was hard at work. Another late night analyzing what would put the Mariners in prime position to snatch the AL West title from the Angels, and maybe tonight he had found it...

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  23. A King is Crowned: Seattle's Hernandez due the Cy Young Award

    The radar gun pops as a Felix Hernandez fastball hits the high 90s. A little on the inside half perhaps, but with Kenji Johjima's reputation around the league his pitchers will get a close call every now and again...

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  24. Stopper: Billy Wagner More Than Just a Setup Guy for Boston Red Sox

    A 96 mph heater crosses home plate, and strike three is called. It's a heartbreaking night for the Mets, as another loss sucks more faith from the die-hards. But one heartwarming story has made it all the way back to Queens...

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  25. The Brightest Tool in The Box: 5-Tool Stars Becoming More Common

    The sun sets on a blistering night in Texas. Ian Kinsler and Josh Hamilton are sitting together in the clubhouse, watching some TV and cracking jokes. The Texas Rangers have won another game, and their future looks as bright as their now...

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