05 May 2015, 02:19pm by Sterling Xie
This year's most polarizing draft belongs to Arizona, whose future will hinge on players like Northern Iowa runner David Johnson. Join us for a look at the best, the worst, and the weirdest picks of 2015.
71 comments, Last at 11 May 2015, 12:22pm by tuluse
04 May 2015, 01:56pm by Rory Hickey
In which Mike Pettine pretty much admits that Cleveland's quarterbacks suck.
22 comments, Last at 08 May 2015, 2:14pm by Kevin from Philly
02 May 2015, 02:22pm by Andrew Potter
The FO staff discusses some of the most surprising moves of the second and third rounds, including Carolina's trade up for Devin Funchess.
27 comments, Last at 06 May 2015, 6:51pm by chemical burn
01 May 2015, 08:58am by Andrew Potter
The 2015 draft went as expected early, then broke down with a flurry of surprising late-round picks. The FO staff shares thoughts on the whole night.
106 comments, Last at 01 Nov 2015, 7:18pm by Nathan
30 Apr 2015, 11:31am by Andrew Healy
Alternate title: What Would the Draft Look Like if the NFL Were Run by 32 Daniel Snyders?
18 comments, Last at 01 May 2015, 9:49am by peterplaysbass
28 Apr 2015, 02:29pm by Andrew Healy
Our new quarterback projection system thinks Tampa Bay (and everyone else in the first round) should stay away from Jameis Winston.
42 comments, Last at 06 May 2015, 1:21pm by Skeptable
27 Apr 2015, 11:35am by Matt Waldman
This week’s Futures is devoted to what Matt Waldman thinks the first round should look like based on his perspective of the game.
33 comments, Last at 06 Oct 2015, 8:28am by AnaRiley
24 Apr 2015, 04:57pm by Andrew Healy
Which team has consistently been the biggest loser when it comes to draft-pick trades? Exactly the team you'd expect.
35 comments, Last at 10 May 2015, 12:02am by chemical burn
24 Apr 2015, 11:48am by Guest
As guest columnist Chris Bouton explains, the New Orleans Saints have spent years trading up in the draft for players like Mark Ingram -- which is why their current roster is such a mess.
10 comments, Last at 27 May 2015, 2:28am by brianshipley
22 Apr 2015, 12:27pm by Scott Kacsmar
For the first time in seven years, the Steelers weren't the oldest defense. We look at how another AFC powerhouse aged, plus the cap hell of the Saints. Also: is age just a number in the NFL?
26 comments, Last at 24 Apr 2015, 5:43pm by tuluse