Writers of Pro Football Prospectus 2008

27 Apr 2007, 09:35am by Guest

Rating Mel Kiper

All weekend long, we'll hear from the draft analysts. When you go back years later to look, does it turn out that they knew what they were talking about? Guest columnist David Cohen takes a microscope to the performance of Mel Kiper, everyone's favorite NFL draft guru.

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130 comments, Last at 18 Feb 2010, 11:52pm by Mandingo

24 Apr 2007, 04:35pm by Michael David Smith

2001 NFL Draft: Six Years Later

It's an annual Football Outsiders tradition: We examine the best and worst players from the draft six years ago. Take a look at our assessment and then tell us in the comments what you thought then -- and what you think now -- of your team's 2001 draft.

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153 comments, Last at 31 Mar 2013, 5:50am by psypeBydayDen

23 Apr 2007, 12:41pm by Doug Farrar

Rob Rang Q&A

NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst Rob Rang answers questions sent in by FO readers, and our own inquiries, in this exclusive Q & A. Learn about the Five Overrateds and the Big Sleepers, Rob’s own All-Draft team, what he’d like to change about the Combine, and much more.

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49 comments, Last at 02 May 2007, 2:07pm by PlugNPlay

19 Apr 2007, 10:12pm by Guest

FO Re-run: Draft Position

Last spring, guest columnist Tim Murray looked at every starter in the NFL to figure out what combination of high and low draft picks makes up each position. We've had so many people asking about this article that we decided to run it again.

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63 comments, Last at 25 Apr 2007, 3:28pm by Pat

17 Apr 2007, 11:55am by Guest

2007 Quarterbacks Draft Preview

David Lewin, creator of the college quarterback projection system, is back with a look at this year's two big passing prospects: JaMarcus Russell and Brady Quinn. Oakland fans may not like what he has to say.

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214 comments, Last at 13 Nov 2012, 4:58pm by quality software

15 Apr 2007, 12:59am by Alex Carnevale

Four Downs: AFC South

In the latest Four Downs, Alex Carnevale of BP and "The Week in Quotes" fame recaps the AFC South. He eulogizes Houston Texans quarterback David Carr, wonders if Pac-Man will still be looking for power pellets in Nashville, and previews the 2007 Bobby Douglass Memorial Broken Play Invitational.

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114 comments, Last at 18 Apr 2007, 5:24pm by Jeff

12 Apr 2007, 10:10am by Guest

Four Downs: AFC North

Jeff Bathurst is back to recap the AFC North. The division has played a little bit of free agency musical chairs, and the Browns won, getting Eric Steinbach from the Bengals and ... uh, Jamal Lewis from the Ravens. But at least they won't be fighting the rest of the division for the privilege of drafting from the same group of linebackers. See what all this healthy competition is about in the latest Four Downs.

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75 comments, Last at 30 May 2007, 5:16pm by WhoDey

09 Apr 2007, 09:28am by Bill Barnwell

Four Downs: AFC East

Bill Barnwell reviews the free agency goings on in the AFC East. In a nutshell, the Bills have gotten worse, the Patriots have gotten better, and the Dolphins and Jets merit Incompletes. Plus, see why the Patriots won't draft Paul Posluszny, and who might take a local college star, in the tradition of the early days of the draft.

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204 comments, Last at 16 Apr 2007, 10:52am by Bill Barnwell

05 Apr 2007, 11:26am by Guest

Four Downs: AFC West

Guest columnist Jeff Bathurst drops in to review the AFC West in the calm before the draft's storm. He finds skeptics about the Broncos' biggest new additions, the Chiefs getting fired up for preseason, and the Raiders preparing for life with their latest boy genius coach. And can the Chargers possibly have a better season this year than last?

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71 comments, Last at 14 Apr 2007, 4:07pm by HUMPHREY

04 Apr 2007, 10:31am by Guest

Five Years of Draft Picks

Once upon a time, the ancient Greek priests at the Oracle at Delphi would sacrifice a goat and examine its entrails in an attempt to divine the future. Today, guest columnist Mike Horn does the same thing with the last five years of the NFL Draft. There's a lot more data involved, and the mess is much easier to clean up.

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44 comments, Last at 23 Apr 2007, 10:47pm by Mark