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2020 NFL Scouting Combine: Notable quotes and analysis from Day 1

Quarterbacks, tight ends and wide receivers addressed the media on Tuesday, and these were some of the notable quotes that followed. In this article, we'll analyze the key takeaways by using the advanced statistics that can be found in PFF's recently released and newly updated 2020 NFL Draft Guide. Read more…


2020 NFL Draft: Andrew Thomas is the best all-around tackle prospect

This week, we’re going to look at a player regarded by our draft experts Austin Gayle and Mike Renner as the best offensive tackle prospect: Andrew Thomas of Georgia. While Georgia’s offense struggled quite a bit in 2019, Thomas did not, earning over a fifth of a win above average, the fifth-best mark among tackles in college football. A starter since his true freshman year at Georgia, Thomas allowed only nine total pressures during his third and final season with the Bulldogs. Read more…


2020 NFL Draft: Chase Young is the best edge prospect in recent memory

In terms of value, edge players are often considered the quarterbacks of a defense. While this is a bit heavy-handed, as coverage is at least as important as pass-rush, the way that teams have drafted near the top of the first round suggests that this is a widely held belief. Read more…


Predicting top performers at the NFL Combine

The NFL Combine testing kicks off this Thursday, and for the first time ever it is a primetime event. While the importance of the athletic testing is debatable, one thing is for certain: It’s still a ton of fun. These are the guys who shouldn’t be moving up anyone’s board if they put up big numbers this week in Indy because we already know they’re freaks. Here are my predictions for the top performers at each position this week. Read more…


Previewing the wide receiver market in free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft

In a passing league, quarterback is naturally king, but the next most critical position is wide receiver — giving that passer someone to throw the ball to. So let’s take a look at some of the most tempting options to bolster a flagging receiving corps over the next few months. Read more…


 

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