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ESPN: 2019 NFL Draft Guides
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ESPN: 2019 NFL Draft Guides

The Football Outsiders staff goes through all 32 NFL teams, with a guide to what you should look for in the 2019 NFL draft. What is each team's biggest need, what is a quiet need that is getting less attention, and what's a position they don't need to address at all?

ESPN: Projecting the Top Edge Rushers in the 2019 NFL Draft

ESPN: Projecting the Top Edge Rushers in the 2019 NFL Draft

Here are the top 2019 SackSEER results, our projections for edge rushers in the 2019 NFL draft. This will also run here on FO in the near future.

ESPN: Projecting 2019 NFL Draft's Top Running Backs

ESPN: Projecting 2019 NFL Draft's Top Running Backs

Here's a look at Nathan Forster's BackCAST projections for running backs in the 2019 draft, which come out very different from conventional wisdom. In particular, BackCAST really doesn't like Josh Jacobs of Alabama, considered a good candidate to be the first back off the board. Read this article at ESPN+ and find out why not. We'll also be running these projections on Football Outsiders sometime before draft day.

ESPN: Projecting the Top WR in the 2019 NFL Draft

ESPN: Projecting the Top WR in the 2019 NFL Draft

Oklahoma's Marquise Brown is a good wide receiver prospect, but the fact that he is this year's best speaks volumes about the mediocrity at the top of this wide receiver draft class. According to Football Outsiders' Playmaker Projections, Brown is the weakest "top prospect" in the past five years.

This article is available on ESPN+ right now. It will run here on FootballOutsiders.com next week.

ESPN: Projecting 2019 NFL Draft QB Prospects

ESPN: Projecting 2019 NFL Draft QB Prospects

As you'd expect, Kyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins are statistically the most promising quarterback prospects in this year's draft ... but how do we account for their inexperience when the track record for one-year college starters is so poor?

ESPN: Daring Offseason Moves for All 32 Teams
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ESPN: Daring Offseason Moves for All 32 Teams

Patrick Peterson on the trade block? A QB in the draft for the Chargers? DeSean Jackson in Cleveland, or A.J. Green in New England? Here's our annual ESPN+ feature with one bold move suggested for each of the 32 NFL teams.

6 comments, Last at 04 Mar 2019, 9:53pm by Jimmy Oz
ESPN: Why Tom Brady's Early-Season Slump Was a Mirage
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ESPN: Why Tom Brady's Early-Season Slump Was a Mirage

Over on ESPN+, I take a look at Tom Brady's surprising numbers. He's been the best quarterback in the league since Week 12, which puts his season totals right in line with what he did in 2014 and 2015. Where was Brady having problems early in the year, and where is he still having issues?

2 comments, Last at 23 Dec 2018, 10:05pm by PatsFan
ESPN Upset Watch: Jaguars-Dolphins
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ESPN Upset Watch: Jaguars-Dolphins

This week's Upset Watch points out that the Jaguars are not as bad as their record, and their defense is still pretty good. That gives them a good shot to end Miami's slim playoff hopes on Sunday. Cover Watch looks at Josh Allen's improvement and the Patriots' troubles with scrambling quarterbacks.

ESPN Upset Watch: Chargers-Chiefs
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ESPN Upset Watch: Chargers-Chiefs

This week's Upset Watch looks at what the Chargers need to do to go on the road and win in Kansas City. They match up well against Travis Kelce, but can they stop Tyreek Hill from burning them deep again? Cover Watch looks at Carolina's desperate need for a win against New Orleans.

ESPN: Predicting Wild-Card Races
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ESPN: Predicting Wild-Card Races

On ESPN+ a look at each team's odds of winning the wild card and what needs to happen for each team to get into the playoffs. It's looking pretty good for the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Chargers, but the other two wild cards are very up in the air.