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2019 NFL Offseason Team Needs: AFC East

Outside of New England, the AFC East is widely considered a disastrous division.

This assumption is a bit unfair since in both 2016 and 2017 a second team from the division outside of New England also made the NFL Playoffs (Dolphins ’16, Bills ’17); but the overall inconsistency of the Dolphins, Jets and Bills definitely warrants at least a portion of the hate it receives. 795 more words


Bleacher Report Pinpoints Patriots' 'Dream' 2019 NFL Draft Target

The New England Patriots will have a few needs to address at the 2019 NFL Draft. Whether it be wide receiver, defensive line or Tom Brady’s successor, the defending Super Bowl champions will have a few boxes to check come April. 401 more words

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Washington State RB James Williams could be ideal sleeper pick for Bears

Running back might have been the Chicago Bears’ strongest position on offense last season, but it also happens to be a need in the upcoming NFL Draft. 602 more words

Chicago Bears

Underrated Prospects: Running Backs

The second installment of my three-part series on underrated prospects. Today’s article covers five running backs that’ll be better in the pros than how they’re currently being ranked. 538 more words


NFL: Defensive Rookie Class Show Future Star Power...

The Offensive Stars shined brightly as rookies but the defensive playmakers taken in this past draft have earned All-Pro Honors or helped lead their teams to the playoffs. 787 more words


49ers don't get fancy in Mel Kiper mock draft, fill biggest need

It isn’t difficult to discern the 49ers’ top need in the 2019 NFL draft. They need help rushing the passer off the edge, and finding that player in free agency probably isn’t in the cards. 380 more words

San Francisco 49ers

NFL: In an Offensive Driven League, This Year's Rookie Offensive Class Came in With Swag

The 2018 rookie class has set the bar incredibly high for the following years. We have records on records on records being broken and it all starts in the Big Apple with Saquon Barkley. 1,453 more words