It's been quite some time since I did a mock draft, and with the real thing coming up so quickly, I figured I would throw my hat in the ring and put out one more mock draft for this year. Last time I did a mock draft on this site, the draft's two biggest trades... Continue Reading →
This is it. With the NFL Draft right around the corner, I’ve done it. I’ve watched all the film, I’ve read all the reports, and this here, is the best mock draft you’ll ever read. I’m so confident that if even one of these picks is wrong, I’ll never do another mock draft. So wait no longer, because you’re about to read all about who your team is taking in the first round.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been crowned Super Bowl champions. Tom Brady has won his seventh Lombardi Trophy, and at 43 years old, still refuses to pass the torch to Patrick Mahomes, or anyone else, for that matter. But much more important than any silly trophy for any silly NFL team is, of course, the... Continue Reading →
On September 7th, 2020 the Miami Dolphins made the single greatest decision for their franchise and for Tua Tagovailoa's career. They named journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick the starter before their season opener versus the New England Patriots. On October 20th, 2020, the Miami Dolphins made the second greatest decision for their franchise and for Tua Tagovailoa's... Continue Reading →
In contrast to my boss/co-blogger/drill sergeant Ryan Smith, I have brought the world the worst mock draft ever. In this mock draft, I attempt to be clever, innovative, and foretelling. This attempt will fail spectacularly, and after you finish reading it you will laugh. During the NFL Draft, you will tag me in a tweet... Continue Reading →
Most undrafted free agents never get to live out their NFL dream, but a few do. Ryan breaks down the best undrafted players at each position.
Ryan Seiple breaks down why you're better off with a scouting team that can make more out of less than the reverse.
There's an old adage that the best teams in the NFL draft the "best player available" but Ryan Smith doesn't necessarily agree.