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Baltimore Ravens Draft Review

Steve Seufert | May 1st, 2020

There always seems to be a plan with Eric DeCosta. I think a lot of that can be attributed to the great Ozzie Newsome. Newsome’s fingerprints continue to be all over the Ravens draft board, as evidence by their ability to target high character football players that have a professional floor. They find reliable players that’ll stick on their roster, and showcase their talent in late December when the injuries start to spike. The best draft class in 2020 goes to…the Ravens. Continue reading

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2020 Fantasy Rookie Wide Receivers to Watch for in the Draft

Brady Podloski | April 22nd, 2020  

The NFL draft is this week and for fantasy drafts and dynasty players, it is an incredibly important week. With it already being the end of April, it also means that fantasy drafts are right around the corner! To have a successful fantasy team, you need startable receivers. Continue reading

Devin Duvernay: 2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report

Mason Thompson | April 14th, 2020

Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas, #6

Height: 5’11”

Weight: 210 lbs

Eligibility: Senior

Games Watched: TCU (2019), LSU (2019), Oklahoma State (2019), Texas Tech (2019), Kansas (2019)

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San Francisco 49ers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | April 9th, 2020

The 2019 season ended in disappointment for the San Francisco 49ers, losing in the Super Bowl to the Kansas City Chiefs. In the lead up to free agency, many wondered if the 49ers would stick with Jimmy Garoppolo or try to make a move for Tom Brady. In the end, the 49ers decided to back Garoppolo for at least one more season and believe they have the pieces in place to make another Super Bowl run.

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Detroit Lions Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Brady Podloski | April 6th, 2020  

The Detroit Lions finished in last place in the NFC North Division, but that doesn’t reflect the reality of their situation. The team was competitive for the first six games going 2-3-1, and during this stretch, all of their losses were by four points or less. The Lions were not as bad as their record shows. However going forward, this is a significant offseason for head coach Matt Patricia and general manager Bob Quinn, as both are rumored to be on the hot seat. In short, Patricia and Quinn need to win and be in “meaningful games” during December. To play in the meaningful games in December, the Lions have hit on a few of their nine picks in the 2020 draft. 

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Washington Redskins Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | March 28th, 2020

After years of being overly aggressive in free agency, the Washington Redskins have learned to “shop smart”. Instead of signing big name guys to awful contracts, they have learned to focus on smaller and smarter deals. They started the offseason by placing the franchise tag on star right guard Brandon Scherff. Starting left guard Ereck Flowers signed a massive deal with the Miami Dolphins. The Redskins were wise not to match and instead sign former Atlanta Falcons’ guard Wes Schweitzer to a deal for half the cost. They made a run at Amari Cooper but he ultimately decided to re-sign with the Dallas Cowboys.

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Minnesota Vikings Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Dale Money  | March 4th, 2020 

Don’t expect the Vikings to be much of a player in free agency, as they are currently $700 thousand dollars over the cap, this according to Spotrac. With certain players they are going to want to re-sign and not a ton of cap space to spend, it’s going to take a lot of number crunching in order to get this all figured out.

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Washington Redskins Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | February 6th, 2020

The Washington Redskins’ 2019 season didn’t go as anyone had planned. Between the merry-go-round at quarterback, the injuries, and the coaching/front office dumpster fire, it’s amazing the Redskins didn’t finish with the worse record in the NFL. However, the reward for the horrible season is the number two overall draft pick. Thanks to a draft night trade last season, the Redskins don’t have a second-round pick (34th overall), as it now belongs to the Indianapolis Colts. However, thanks to losing Jamison Crowder in free agency last year, the Redskins are projected to receive a fourth-round compensatory pick. In total, the Redskins are projected to have seven draft picks this year.

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College Football Week Two: Stock Up, Stock Down

Givanni Damico | September 14th, 2019

Welcome to week two of my stock up, stock down series where we evaluate NFL Draft prospect’s weekly performances. Let’s get into it. Continue reading