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Dallas Cowboys 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

The Dallas Cowboys came away from the 2015 NFL draft a lot better than how they entered it, which is all you can really ask of a team in this situation. The Cowboys started off the draft in a big way, as they drafted Byron Jones and Randy Gregory, two players with top-20 grades by some analysts. Show More Summary

Tennessee Titans' 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

The 2015 draft is over, so now we can start looking at the draft in retrospect. I've already shared my thoughts on how the Tennessee Titans did, but I'm far from the only one with an opinion. Now that the draft is over, lots of sports...Show More Summary

Identifying New York Giants' Biggest Strengths, Weaknesses After Draft

The New York Giants have executed all their meaningful acquisitions of the offseason. The 2015 draft class faces a defining rookie year, and the Giants' haul in free agency defined the team's direction in the draft. Since the turn of...Show More Summary

49ers 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

All the picks are in from the 2015 NFL draft, and analysts from around the media are summing up their assessments on how each team performed over three days in Chicago. The San Francisco 49ers carried nine picks into the draft and ended...Show More Summary

Arizona Cardinals 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

The 2015 NFL draft is in the rearview mirror now, and experts have spoken. Although the disclaimer is clear from experts that drafts cannot be fairly judged for years, the instant reaction is still valuable. It’s important to see how...Show More Summary

Identifying Chicago Bears' Biggest Strengths, Weaknesses After Draft

The Chicago Bears approach to the 2015 draft was simple: take the best player available, as GM Ryan Pace noted, per the team's official Twitter account: #Bears GM Ryan Pace on draft: "It was really the best player available the whole...Show More Summary

Houston Texans 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

In true tradition, it’s time to take a look at the grades the Houston Texans received following this year’s NFL draft. The Texans have seven new players on the roster and a variety of needs filled. This article is going to take a look...Show More Summary

Denver Broncos 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

After 256 picks, the 2015 NFL draft has been completed, and now comes the post-draft evaluations. Who did good and who did bad? While it's hard to answer those questions before any of these future prospects play a single down in theShow More Summary

Denver Broncos 2015 NFL Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling

The Denver Broncos started out the 2015 NFL draft with perhaps the most shocking pick of the opening night. Not many had predicted that the Broncos would move up — for the first time under general manager John Elway — to select pass-rusher Shane Ray. Show More Summary

New York Jets: Complete 2015 NFL Draft Wrap-Up and Analysis

The 2015 NFL draft is the in the books, and the New York Jets walked away from the weekend as big winners. Mike Maccagnan's first draft as general manager went as well as anyone could have hoped for, as he found a perfect contrast between...Show More Summary

Identifying Philadelphia Eagles' Biggest Strengths, Weaknesses After Draft

Chip Kelly's first offseason and draft with final say over personnel decisions has concluded, so are the Philadelphia Eagles better or worse off than before? They're certainly different, but like any NFL roster, there are some strengths,...Show More Summary

Detroit Lions' 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

The passing of every NFL draft means grades are sprouting up all over the Internet. Lucky for you, I've aggregated five grades and opinions, and crafted them into an easy-to-use slideshow. One quick note on the following slides: I don't always agree with what the experts say. Show More Summary

Steelers 2015 NFL Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

Well, we’ve all had some time to let the dust settle on the 2015 NFL draft, so now it is time to scour the Internet and see what the draft collective thought of the haul the Pittsburgh Steelers made. Draft grades are an interesting exercise,...Show More Summary

Oakland Raiders 2015 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling

Now that the 2015 NFL draft has come and gone, it's time to take a look at how the Oakland Raiders did. With lots of needs and plenty of picks thanks to a couple of Day 3 trades, the Raiders were in a great position to greatly improve the roster. In 2014, the Raiders came away with several starters. Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from the Web

You know how we thought the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did in the 2015 NFL draft. But what did the rest of the nation think? Did the Bucs make the right quarterback choice? Did they reach for players? The question on most people's minds is...Show More Summary

St. Louis Rams 2015 Draft: Aggregating Report Card Grades from Around the Web

The 2015 NFL draft is now complete, and the St. Louis Rams are surely excited to get their new players on the practice field. As a reminder, here's how the picks played out: Round 1, No. 10: RB Todd Gurley, Georgia Round 2, No. 57: T Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin Round 3, No. Show More Summary

Identifying Green Bay Packers' Biggest Strengths, Weaknesses After Draft

The Green Bay Packers' 2015 rookies have yet to play a snap, so at this point in the offseason, we can only evaluate them based on their college production and their potential to produce in the NFL. Given what we know about the rookies...Show More Summary

Identifying San Francisco 49ers' Biggest Strengths, Weaknesses After Draft

Last season, the San Francisco 49ers' strength was defense, and the weakness was offense. The defense ranked 10th in points allowed. The offense ranked 25th in points scored. So it would have made sense if the Niners focused on offense early in the recent draft. They didn’t. Show More Summary

NFL Draft 2015: Final Analysis of Overall Team-by-Team Grades

It's hard to lose in the NFL draft grades department when the 2015 class was so deep at most positions. Other than quarterback, of course. Still, the 2015 grades are more positive than in years past because it's hard for a front office to take a misstep unless it outright ignores major needs. Show More Summary

NFL Draft 2015 Grades: Scores Table for Overall Picks by Each Franchise

With the 2015 NFL draft concluded, fans and analysts now shift from psychic to professor. The months leading up to the amateur selection process are riddled with mock drafts. Nobody is expecting to nail every pick, but accurately predicting...Show More Summary

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