|Week 3 NFL Rookie Report
A week before the regular season was set to begin, none of the four quarterbacks drafted in the first two rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft were starting for their teams. The Jaguars still planned to sit Blake Bortles for the entire season (or as long as possible), Johnny Manziel was beaten out by veteran Brian Hoyer, Teddy Bridgewater was ready to learn behind Matt Cassel and Derek Carr was behind Matt Schaub on paper, although reports of him being the likely starter were already circulating and confirmed just a few days later. ...
|Week Four: Risers & Sliders
It was a weekend that saw the top team in the land, Florida State, require overtime to pull off the victory over Clemson. Yet even in defeat there were terrific performances from next level hopefuls on the losing end. Here are the Risers and Sliders for week Four. ...
|Week 2 NFL Rookie Report
One of the deepest draft classes in recent memory has now had two weeks to prove why scouts and draft pundits were so high on the 2014 crop. As usual, there have been impressive performances by top picks like Bills rookie receiver Sammy Watkins as well as some disappointments, including Eagles’ first-round pick Marcus Smith, who was inactive for Week 2 after being drafted 26th overall. Many late-round picks and undrafted free agents have also made early noise, including Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns and Browns running back Isaiah Crowell, who will likely find their way into future reports. Chris Tripodi returns to break down four rookies who caught his eye in Week 2 of the NFL season...
|Week Three: Risers & Sliders
During a weekend in which fans were treated to a number of enjoyable games that came down to the wire or required overtime to determine the outcome, college football will see a shuffling in its top ten. As is the case every week individual performances have resulted in a shuffle on draft boards. Here are week three Risers & Sliders...
|19||1st||Odell Beckham Jr.|