Whether or not they retain Emmanuel Sanders in free agency, the 49ers need help at wide receiver. Elsewhere, the Rams need offensive linemen, while the Cardinals and Seahawks need help in their defensive fronts.
2 comments, Last at 25 Feb 2020, 02:45pm by theslothook
Offense is the order of the day down south, where the Panthers must figure out what to do with Cam Newton (or how to replace him), while the Saints need wide receivers and the Bucs need backs and linemen. As for the Falcons, they need pass-rushers -- yes, still.
4 comments, Last at 26 Feb 2020, 08:04am by BobbyDazzler
Linebacker, edge rusher, nickelback, corner, safety -- Clemson's Swiss Army knife played all over the field for the Tigers. His best fit in the NFL won't be determined for a while, but most any defense could use a player such as this somewhere.
4 comments, Last at 24 Feb 2020, 10:44am by Raiderjoe
When XFL teams score touchdowns, should they go for one point, two, or three? Guest columnist Zach Drapkin says aggression is the wiser move here, but just how aggressive each coach should be remains very much up in the air.
How does our analysis of running games and passing games change when we consider scrambles as pass plays rather than running plays? Come see where Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes add even more value to their offenses, and see why some running games (Seattle, Kansas City) aren't as good as they look at first glance.
38 comments, Last at 18 Feb 2020, 04:27am by Vincent Verhei
The Tigers' passer is not going to blow anyone away with his arm strength. In every other facet, however, his performance in Baton Rouge shows everything you would want from a franchise quarterback prospect.
26 comments, Last at 16 Feb 2020, 12:29am by Spanosian Magnanimity