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The top 32 NFL prospects in the PFF College era

A lot of us PFF analysts have been asked in the recent weeks where exactly our top three prospects in this class, Joe Burrow, Chase Young and Tua Tagovailoa, would stack up compared to every other NFL prospect we have analyzed and broke down in the PFF College era (since 2014). So much so, we decided to construct a list of the top 32 NFL prospects we have ever seen. Read more…


Why NFL teams should sign free agents for need and draft for value

That’s why I’m here to argue that if you have an obvious need, next week is the time to address it, not late April. The PFF grading is clear on this. Not nearly as many rookies hit the ground running as one might estimate — no matter the position and no matter the round. Let’s dive into this a little deeper. Read more…


2019 vs. 2020: Which WR class will be more productive next season?

Last year, rookie wide receivers such as D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown and Deebo Samuel played prominent roles on playoff teams, while a host of other members of the 2019 class also exceeded expectations. All in all, it was one of the better first-year showings we've seen from a group of wide receivers since the PFF era began back in 2006. The collegiate ranks has followed this group with a 2020 wide receiver draft class that has earned the reputation as one of the best groups coming out of college ever. But will this collection of talent be able to outperform the 2019 class, which already put up big-time NFL numbers and has a full year under its belt within specific offenses? Read more…


Four do’s and don’ts for the New York Giants’ 2020 offseason

The New York Giants are at a crossroads this offseason; there are high-leverage decisions to be made that will shape what this team looks like for years to come. How do they build around Daniel Jones so that he can show, with certainty, that he is either the future of the franchise or that he is not the guy for the job? Do they stay at the fourth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft? And if so, who do they select? How will they spend their nearly $80 million in cap space? Read more…


10 free agent reclamation projects NFL teams should consider for 2020

Obviously, not all of these players will pan out in a new environment or with a fresh start. But if I was shopping at the lower end of the marketplace, these are the players I would be willing to take a shot on proving they can play better in 2020 and beyond than they've shown recently. Read more…


 

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