Pros: Bloodlines, good size, and tremendous technique. Cons: A worrying lack of straight-line speed. Derrik Klassen looks at what Surtain brings to the table, how he covered up his own weaknesses while playing for the Crimson Tide, and when he might be taken in this year's draft.
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As you might imagine, the rosters in the league's worst division have holes all over the place. High on the long list of weaknesses are the Giants' pass rush and the Cowboys' and Eagles' offensive lines. And if you can throw or catch a football, you should send your resume to Ashburn, Virginia.
Let's go back in time with another dominant 80s San Francisco squad and Dan Marino enjoying one of the greatest quarterback seasons in NFL history. Plus, the legend of the Chicago defense begins, Eric Dickerson sets the all-time rushing yardage record, and the Rams score three safeties in one quarter.
War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength. The NFL is in trouble. The USFL is making a challenge. Franchises are moving under cover of darkness. College football is crazy. Yet some things in 1984 were just like they are today. Bad feelings run throughout the AFC
North Central. The Bears are desperate for a quarterback. And the record-setting young quarterback loses in the Super Bowl to the reigning GOAT.
The Jaguars and Titans need to add names on defense. The Colts have already added a name at quarterback, but they should keep adding names until they find the answer. As for the Texans, they need to get rid of the name at the very top of their organization.