NFL Draft Grades/Analysis: NFC

Even though it couldn’t take place in Las Vegas and had to be done remotely, it’s safe to say that the 2020 NFL Draft went smoothly. However, that doesn’t mean each team performed at the same level. Obviously, every team feels great about their draft class, and it’s true that we can’t be certain about how these prospects pan out. Yet, there’s no reason to … Continue reading NFL Draft Grades/Analysis: NFC

2020 NFL Draft Live Coverage/Analysis

It’s finally here! With so much uncertainty, especially at the top, this figures to be one of the most exciting and shocking drafts in recent memory. Throughout the first round, we’ll go through every pick, with live grades/analysis. Before the draft starts, he is my official “what I think happens” mock draft: CIN- QB Joe Burrow WSH- EDGE Chase Young DET- CB Jeff Okudah NYG- … Continue reading 2020 NFL Draft Live Coverage/Analysis

2020 NFL Draft Position-By-Position Breakdown

Between our rankings of prospects per position, our positional adjusted big board, a sample “what I would do” mock draft, and our team-by-team previews, we’ve certainly gone over what each team should do in the NFL draft. However, it’s now time for us to focus on the specific prospects. Today, we’ll go position-by-position, picking a prospect for each of the following classifications: best player, most … Continue reading 2020 NFL Draft Position-By-Position Breakdown

Official “What I Would Do” 2020 NFL Mock Draft

Several draft analysts like to predict what teams will do in the draft, but in my opinion, they can get somewhat redundant after a while- the predicted picks usually don’t skew much, and in the end, most mock drafts don’t reflect how the draft will play out. Instead, today, I’ll play the role of general manager for all 32 teams, and create a “what I … Continue reading Official “What I Would Do” 2020 NFL Mock Draft

2020 NFL Draft: Top Ten Cornerbacks

We’ve gone through the entire front seven with out 2020 NFL Draft position rankings, but now, it’s time to get to the most valuable defensive position- cornerback. Though many believe that rushing the passer is the most important part of defensive play, having strong cornerback play forces the quarterback to hold onto the ball longer, which in turn ┬áleads to more sacks. Therefore, in order … Continue reading 2020 NFL Draft: Top Ten Cornerbacks