Unless the Giants fix their offensive line in free agency, they're going to need more talent up front. <br> <br>
The 6-foot-5, 307-pound Rankin had a strong 2016 season as a run blocker and pass protector for Mississippi State. He received a second ... read more...
The Bucs need to add more than 1 corner in the off-season, Jackson would give them chance for the number 1 CB they thought they were getting with Vernon Hargreaves. Wouldn't make sense to move Vernon to S?
The same on the Jets could be said of the Browns; Cobbs offers size that nobody currently on the Browns roster can boast (save perhaps Josh Gordon, if he remains) and might breed some actuall pass-catching consistency.
Although Ruble has been up-and-down this season, I don't think it will be that big of a concern for the Colts, as they need someone to step in and guard Andrew Luck immediately before their strained relationship hits the wall.
Here's the successor for Philip Rivers that Los Angeles needs. Rivers will keep playing likely for two more seasons, allowing them plenty of buffer space with a future QB. Based on Allen's evaluation, that he would need time to refine his game at the ... read more...
Edmunds is 6'5", 240lbs and can move. Putting him in the middle of the Raiders defense with Mack and Landry on the edges give the Raiders a talented young defense to go with the already talented young offense.
The Bengals could consider more corner talent considering the age and declining play of Adam Jones. <br> <br>
In 2017, Toliver has 19 tackles, one interception and five passes broken up. Sources are down on Toliver as they say he has first-round ta ... read more...
After trading Haden, the Browns have one of the weaker secondaries in the NFL. Adding Harrison helps, but they still need a lot of help at CB. McFadden probably won't be a #1 guy, but can be a solid #2.
The Bears probably wanted Fitzpatrick or James in the first, but had such dire need at WR, they couldn't get him. Here's a S prospect to make up for it; Watts might be my dark horse for best S in this class depending upon who grabs him.
More lines of succession established as the Cardinals add Falk, a pure systems QB, to learn in the stead of Carson Palmer, provided he sticks around. Don't be surprised if Falk ends up being a mid-first rounder, btw.
Dorance Armstrong Jr.,
DE/3-4OLB/OLB, Kansas to Packers
The Packers need pass rush help. Clay Matthews has been bad for 3 years now, and Julius Peppers is thriving in Carolina at 88 yrs old. Armstrong would give them a war daddy to help their young secondary succeed.
DE/3-4OLB/OLB, Ole Miss to Raiders
Oakland's LB corps are surprisingly weak, mainly because Mack is playing in the pass rush as opposed to the mid-field; he's not really a coverage LB as he is an edge rusher. Haynes can do both, in my view.
McCoy is still a top 7 RB, but he's 29. The Bills also lost Gillislee and need a backup to McCoy. McDermott will love Adams' hard nose running style and could be Shady's runningmate and future replacement.
Atlanta grabs more defensive line talent. <br> <br>
Brown has 23 tackles with seven tackles for a loss, two sacks and a forced fumble in 2017. Last season, he was at his best playing inside as a three-technique working to get upfield. He totaled six ... read more...
Name the last season where the Redskins have had a consistent RB the entire year. If you said 2012, you're probably about right. Jones becomes a 3-down option and hopefully ends the Gruden merry-go-round RB corps.
Yes, the Cowboys go DL and DL. I think Jones and the FO will see how important plugging so many assets into the OL was to the overall health of the team and the franchise, and adding two different but dynamic pieces on the DL could put the Cowboys ba ... read more...
The Cowboys' offensive line hasn't been the same this year. Here's a guard upgrade to replace Ronald Leary. <br> <br>
Hernandez (6-3, 330) is shorter and lacks length compared to a lot of starting guards in the NFL, but he makes up for it with stren ... read more...
Averett is not that physical but has solid technique, I have seen him compared to Tre'Davious White. Tony Brown will not be the first or the second Alabama corner off the board, there is a reason that he is not a starter.
Washington's injury will scare a lot of teams off ahead of the draft, but the Lions do need a more consistent long-term prospect in their receiving corps, and Washington, while not a CJ replacement, oozes potential.
The Panthers grab an understudy for Julius Peppers. <br> <br>
Missouri has been a factory for NFL defensive line talent in recent years, and Frazier could be the Tigers' model for the 2018 NFL Draft. Frazier has recorded 20 tackles with 5.5 tackles ... read more...
Here's the compromise the Jaguars can make: add Jake Browning in the second round, a QB who is capable but needs his edges rounded out in the system he works within, to push Bortles. Either Bortles shapes up, or he doesn't and you have, in my mind, a ... read more...
This was the Seahawks' second-rounder dealt to New York for Sheldon Richardson. The Jets can't count on Matt Forte at this point in his career. Here's a long-term backfield weapon. <br> <br>
Harris has been superb for Alabama this season. He has sho ... read more...
The Chiefs have a lot of speedy playmakers on their offense, but their missing a guy like Gallup who can get you those tough catches over the middle. Yes they do have Kelce, but their receiving corps still needs help.
Jackson was formerly a Florida Gator until he was dismissed from the team following an armed robbery. He has talent to be taken here and the Chiefs are not ones to shy away from off the field issues (Tyreek Hill).
Big Ben is not the same Big Ben he used to be. Unless the Steelers believe that Dobbs is their guy, they need to look for their future QB. Finley is a pro style QB and will inherit some of the top weapons in the NFL in Bell and Brown once Big Ben han ... read more...
The health of the NE WR's has become a real concern, as Edelman and Amendola have been banged up multiple times in multiple seasons, so getting younger and healthier at the key skill position for the never-gonna-retire-for-some-reason Tom Brady is ve ... read more...
The Vikings could use some defensive line youth given the uncertain future of Sharrif Floyd, plus Brian Robison saying he is likely to retire after 2018. <br> <br>
Thompson has totaled 18 tackles with three for a loss thus far in 2017, but he has ... read more...
Stephen Gilmore has been a bust. The Pats gave him a massive contract and he flat out has not lived up to it. Davis can come in and be the nickel corner right away and move his way up ahead of Gilmore potentially.
Joe Thomas turns 33 soon and will be coming his first real injury as a pro. Look for the Browns to find his replacement now. Adams is a big bodied tackle who might've been a 1st rounder prior to his injury.