The NFL Draft is over, and now all the young players that were selected are practicing with their new teams. The draft provides a lot of excitement for the upcoming football season, especially in predicting what rookies will be breakout stars and the future of the NFL. There were many special players in this year’s draft that are capable of being stars, but only two players can be called the offensive and defensive rookie of the year. Read Full Article Here!
The 2018 NFL Draft was filled with plenty of surprises from top to bottom. Obviously, Baker Mayfield was the first quarterback taken off the board, and Denzel Ward jumped all the way up to fourth, both picks by the Browns. The Saints traded up for what looked to be like a quarterback, but turned out to be a Defensive End from UTSA. Read Full Article Here!
The NFL Draft is next week, which means that the former college football stars will see their dreams come true. That also means that speculation is at an all-time high. Who will the Browns take with their top pick? What trades will be made? Will a running back be drafted first? It is hard to answer those questions, but here are three things to expect on the evening of the 26th.
This year’s draft class is stacked with quarterbacks. And a lot of them will be gone early. The most popular quarterbacks throughout the college season in terms of NFL potential were USC’s Sam Darnold, UCLA’s Josh Rosen, and Wyoming’s Josh Allen. Read Full Article Here!
Last year’s NFL season was filled with great, young talent. The youth that the NFL shows us now is a more fun and fast-paced game, drawing in more viewers than ever before, especially from the United Kingdom. The rookies put on quite a show for us football fans last year, but who can keep it going for their second year?
The New Orleans Saints had a bevy of young talent, including the Defensive and Offensive Rookie of the Year, Marshon Lattimore and Alvin Kamara, respectively. Read Full Article Here!
The quarterbacks that have declared for the NFL draft this year show a vast array of skills. Some are obvious scramblers comparable to Vick and Newton, but others seem to be dual-threat deep passers like Luck or Manziel, and yet some seem to be pocket passers like Manning or Brady. The variety of quarterbacks leads to tough choices for teams who are trying to find the correct fit for their system. The top five quarterbacks of the draft show much promise but there is still mystery surrounding each one. See The List Here!