The 2019 NFL draft was a blast and despite plenty of rumors of teams trading into the top-10, there was very little trade action till the last third of the first round. One of the teams rumored to jump into the top five to secure a quarterback was the Washington Redskins. However, they stayed patient and still managed to get their guy at pick 15 overall.
We are hours away from the draft. Here at The ScoreCrow, It has come down to the last few hours to get all these mock drafts out. A big shoutout to every one of our writers who worked hard on these. Before the draft tonight, head to the bottom of the page to check out every one of our mock drafts.
The Cowboys need help on the defensive side. Offensively speaking, they are pretty set outside of some late-round depth. The Cowboys need to focus on the defensive line and the secondary. The Cowboys traded their first-round pick to the Raiders for Amari Cooper so the Cowboys may miss the bulk of the loaded defensive line class.
The 2019 NFL draft is just around the corner and teams are putting the finishing touches on their player evaluations. Every year we see several surprising picks that come out of nowhere like when the Seattle Seahawks drafted Rashaad Penny in the first last year. Everyone loves mock drafts so here is a seven round mock draft predicting every Tennessee Titans’ pick. Continue reading →
The draft is fast approaching and some of the names that are sure to be heard called have some question marks because of injury. The NFL had several players that needed to be reevaluated due to injury following the combine. I hope to provide some clarity on their injuries and recovery by the end of this writeup. In part 1 I will look at 3 players in various points in the recovery process from a torn ACL. In part 2 I will look at 3 players dealing with other types of injuries. Continue reading →
34 years ago, the NFL saw one of the most unbreakable records ever. Eric Dickerson in one season rushed for an incredible 2,105 yards. Dickerson averaged 131.6 rushing yards per game on an average of 23 carries per game, that means Eric averaged 5.72 yards per carry. Over the years, we’ve seen running backs come close: Adrian Peterson in 2012, Jamal Lewis in 2003, Barry Sanders in 1997, Terrell Davis in 1998, and Chris Johnson in 2009 all were within 100 yards of Eric Dickerson. With a new core of elite running backs in the NFL and coming soon, the question is if any of them can pass Eric Dickerson. I’ve found five running backs that could surpass 2,105.