19 May 2014, 11:59am by Rivers McCown
Coby Fleener's counting stats went up last year, but his advanced statistics suffered. Why did that happen, and what can the Colts expect out of him going forward?
5 comments, Last at 20 May 2014, 12:58pm by turbohappy
16 May 2014, 01:03pm by Rory Hickey
Shad Khan thinks highly of the Detroit man's mojo, Bill Belichick hates InstantFace, and Johnny Football comes to Cleveland in this month(ish)'s best quotes!
15 comments, Last at 08 Jun 2014, 2:32am by Adrian---
15 May 2014, 12:36pm by Aaron Schatz
Antonio Cromartie was just one of the usually strong and consistent cornerbacks who had an inconsistent and poor 2013 according to our charting stats.
8 comments, Last at 21 May 2014, 1:15am by rhealyn101
13 May 2014, 01:15pm by Guest
It's time for our annual look at where draftniks agree and disagree in their evaluations of draft day. The Rams lead the way with their extra first-round pick from the RG3 trade.
62 comments, Last at 17 May 2014, 10:37pm by LionInAZ
10 May 2014, 12:20pm by Aaron Schatz
What is a quarterback succession plan, really, and did it make sense for the Patriots this year? Plus: Louis Nix falls and other staff thoughts from rounds two and three.
41 comments, Last at 22 May 2014, 7:10pm by liquidmuse3
09 May 2014, 09:23am by Aaron Schatz
The FO staff proclaims Cleveland and Minnesota the winners of the night. The losers? Any offensive linemen in the NFC West.
83 comments, Last at 22 May 2014, 6:51pm by liquidmuse3
07 May 2014, 04:20pm by Guest
We unveil a new, more accurate version of our Playmaker Score wide receiver projection system. It sure loves this year's deep class, but the order of first-rounders is a bit of a surprise.
22 comments, Last at 23 May 2014, 8:07pm by Duff Soviet Union
06 May 2014, 05:00pm by Aaron Schatz
Most of the top corners in the league shine in our 2013 charting stats, but one fairly unknown veteran ranks a surprising No. 1 in both metrics.
11 comments, Last at 14 May 2014, 3:28pm by jpestrak
05 May 2014, 04:10pm by Scott Kacsmar
Twenty years of draft data for 237 NFL quarterbacks shows the first round has never been more important. You can try drafting the next Tom Brady and Russell Wilson, but you're more likely to get Cody Pickett and David Greene.
61 comments, Last at 13 May 2014, 12:26am by armchair journeyman quarterback