03 Jun 2006, 11:01pm by Guest
Good times in the NFC South, as the Falcons get a first-round cornerback in the second round and the Saints get a first-pick player with the second pick. They also may have snagged the best undrafted free agent available. Meanwhile, Carolina makes an unexpected choice at running back, and Tampa Bay makes some unexpected choices on the offensive line. Sean McCormick has Best Player Available analysis and Darrel Michaud has the rest of the news from around the division in the latest edition of Four Downs.
61 comments, Last at 24 Jun 2006, 2:10am by Stephen Yang
30 May 2006, 10:27pm by Ned Macey
Mario, I just met an end named Mario, and suddenly that name will never be the same to me. Sean McCormick attacks the AFC South with Best Player Available analysis -- hint, this guy Reggie Bush was still on the board for Houston -- while Ned Macey brings you the rest of the news including a similarity scores table for Jimmy Smith which was supposed to go in PFP 2006. We spent a lot of time on it so it has to go somewhere.
147 comments, Last at 13 Oct 2006, 6:30pm by Gerry
19 May 2006, 10:17pm by Mike Tanier
Hi. Remember us? We're back from insane book deadline week and happy to bring you the second edition of Best Player Available analysis from Sean McCormick, plus the usual AFC West goofiness from Mike Tanier. Who's ready for some Chargers parking news?
81 comments, Last at 05 Jul 2006, 1:13pm by San Diego Ken
08 May 2006, 04:19pm by Doug Farrar
For the next round of Four Downs, we're pleased to present Sean McCormick's "Best Player Available" analysis for each division, along with the usual gang commenting on other moves by each team before and since the draft. Up first: The NFC West, where Arizona focuses on the best player available, Seattle drafts for need, and San Francisco casts a wide net in search of receivers.
117 comments, Last at 07 Jul 2006, 4:21pm by FAN
14 Apr 2006, 12:15pm by Bill Barnwell
Buffalo throws money at a wide receiver nobody wanted, New England throws money at the best defensive end in football, and Miami throws passes to a wide receiver that may not be as good as people think. Meanwhile, the Jets are just trying to figure out who's going to be throwing, period. Welcome FO intern Bill Barnwell as he takes us around the AFC East in the final pre-draft Four Downs.
94 comments, Last at 14 May 2006, 3:45pm by al
11 Apr 2006, 06:22pm by Doug Farrar
Arizona's offensive line needs a jump start, the Rams are rebuilding their defense, and the 49ers just hope Alex Smith can turn it around. Meanwhile, the Seahawks and Vikings play a weird game of footsie under the table. Will a poison pill help Seattle recover from surgical removal of its jurevicius maximus? Doug Farrar of SEAHAWKS.NET steps in to give us the latest on the division he knows best.
84 comments, Last at 19 Apr 2006, 9:51am by Mr Shush
06 Apr 2006, 08:49am by Ned Macey
Reggie Bush will immediately lead the Texans to the Super Bowl. Adam Vinatieri will kick the Super Bowl-winning kick for the Colts. The Jaguars aggressively addressed their needs by stockpiling players named Williams. The Titans are treating one of their franchise icons with class. This and other facts in Ned Macey's latest tour around the AFC South.
72 comments, Last at 28 Apr 2006, 5:27pm by SlyPumpkin
04 Apr 2006, 04:23pm by Guest
Darrel Michaud returns to look after the first month of free agency in the NFC South. The Saints brought up the rear in the division, and they made lot of changes. The Bucs won the division, and they've made almost none. Maybe these guys know something about how to run a football team.
51 comments, Last at 16 May 2006, 8:24am by TenaciousD
30 Mar 2006, 01:06pm by Mike Tanier
A cone of silence has descended over the AFC West. Priest Holmes is mum on his health status. The Chargers' top brass has muzzled Marty Schottenheimer and A.J. Smith. The Broncos made some noise by trading up in the draft, but they are hush-hush about who they are taking. And the Raiders are keeping quiet about their new philosophy: a Commitment to Queen-Sized Beds.
87 comments, Last at 14 Apr 2006, 2:09am by EVinSD
27 Mar 2006, 07:15pm by Michael David Smith
Quarterbacks are the main topic of discussion in the NFC North this off-season, but in the latest installment of Four Downs, we'll ponder Matt Millen's next big move, the retirement of an underappreciated 28-year-old, and even the possible return of The Original Whizzinator.
93 comments, Last at 10 Feb 2007, 11:20pm by holly pob