21 May 2007, 02:25pm by P. Ryan Wilson
There were plenty of draft-day headlines in the NFC East, including the first-round trade between Dallas and Philadelphia, the Redskins' characteristic lack of first-round picks, and the Giants' stubborn refusal to address their need at left tackle. Ryan Wilson covers the NFC East's post-draft outlook in the latest Four Downs.
195 comments, Last at 30 May 2007, 11:46pm by Pat
16 May 2007, 02:19pm by Bill Barnwell
The AFC East had an eventful draft, and it's all in the latest edition of Four Downs. Two of the teams made solid trades, and two of them made questionable first-round reaches but helped the cause with productive later picks. Bill Barnwell has all the details.
190 comments, Last at 22 Jul 2007, 2:03pm by sebman2112
14 May 2007, 11:44am by Guest
Jaff Bathurst returns for a post-draft recap of the AFC North. The Ravens got players at the positions they needed, the Bengals got guys who aren't on the prison track, which they needed, the Browns got what everyone thought they needed, and the Steelers got linebackers, which they always think they need.
72 comments, Last at 21 May 2007, 3:39pm by MattB
09 May 2007, 04:17pm by Guest
It was a great draft for the NFC South. Carolina and Atlanta loaded up on talent, Tampa Bay did some heavy rebuilding on the defensive side of the ball, and the Saints went small-school shopping again, after an SEC pitstop in Tennessee.
32 comments, Last at 21 May 2007, 1:28am by Alex
07 May 2007, 11:24am by Michael David Smith
Michael David Smith takes a look at the AFC West's draft. We all know the Raiders took JaMarcus Russell first overall, but how about Oakland's wild fourth round? Mike Shanahan clearly loves the Florida defensive line, Kansas City's secondary is just as old as it ever was, and the Chargers took a receiver from LSU when the fans would have preferred a receiver from USC.
80 comments, Last at 22 May 2007, 7:51am by kibbles
02 May 2007, 06:55pm by Doug Farrar
Doug Farrar reviews the drafts of the four NFC West teams for this round of Four Downs. You can probably guess how he feels about the Darrell Jackson trade. Learn which rookies are at risk to reprise a college scuffle -- hint: you let the first-rounder win if you want to make the team -- and who gets to be the Seahawks' new junk yard dog.
80 comments, Last at 11 May 2007, 11:51am by mariosmith
15 Apr 2007, 12:59am by Alex Carnevale
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.
114 comments, Last at 18 Apr 2007, 5:24pm by Jeff
12 Apr 2007, 10:10am by Guest
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.
75 comments, Last at 30 May 2007, 5:16pm by WhoDey
09 Apr 2007, 09:28am by Bill Barnwell
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.
204 comments, Last at 16 Apr 2007, 10:52am by Bill Barnwell
05 Apr 2007, 11:26am by Guest
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?
71 comments, Last at 14 Apr 2007, 4:07pm by HUMPHREY