Here’s a look at the top 10 from my latest mock draft I put together before the NFL Scouting Combine. This is subject to change, but right now it’s Cam Newton at No. 1 to the Panthers.
It’s not easy being a quarterback at the Senior Bowl. The expectations are both high and very difficult to meet given the circumstances.
The best-case scenario for a player at the Senior Bowl is to perform well, get noticed and generate a buzz among scouts, coaches and media. That scenario is unfolding for Boise State’s Titus Young.
This afternoon’s South practice could be a big one for a trio of TCU players.
Posted: Tuesday, January 11th, 2011 | Charles Davis | Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Brent Grimes, Charles Davis, Curtis Lofton, Harvey Dahl, Jonathan Babineaux, Justin Blalock, Kroy Biermann, Mike Peterson, Mike Smith, Sam Baker, Sean Weatherspoon, Thomas Dimitroff, Todd McClure, Tyson Clabo, William Moore
Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff, in concert with head coach Mike Smith, has unearthed some gems who have paid big dividends this season.
The Colts are in the exact same situation that we’re used to seeing them: in the playoffs. The biggest concern for the Colts right now is whether they’ll be able to stop the run, which has proved to be their Achilles heel.
The Pro Bowl snub that caught my eye was Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.
Ignoring the NFC playoff seedings for now, I believe the Falcons and Saints are trending toward a third meeting this season, one that will decide who goes to Super Bowl XLV.
There will be bumps on the road for Tim Tebow. So let’s kick back and hold back the reigns a bit to see where this young man takes us.
Not only do I see the Giants defeating the Eagles in Week 15, they’re my pick to win the NFC East as well.
I’m betting Brett Favre is working diligently to try to come back over the last three games of the season, and I think he’s doing it with the full support of head coach Leslie Frazier.
The Bears are the team that no one wants to believe in. Well, when I say no one, that means everyone outside of Chicago, outside of Halas Hall, outside of the true believers.
It’s been interesting to watch just how much things have changed for the Colts over the course of the season, because we’ve witnessed a progression in how the greatness of Peyton Manning can overshadow other issues on his team.
Leslie Frazier knows what he wants, and he knows how he’s going to get there. He already has the Vikings’ respect, not because he’s now the interim coach, but because he’s always had it.
Some players don’t get the headlines, but still make valuable contributions to help their teams win. Don’t sleep on Keiland Williams, Brandon Banks, Alterraun Verner and Marc Mariani.