The most important part of the NFL draft is deciding between need and value in each and every pick. Landing both of them it is what we like to call "the jackpot." Certain teams favor value in the draft and will never reach for the sake of need. Others will do anything to fill positions of need regardless of the value. The debate is one of the reasons the draft is so compelling and it changes each and every year.
With the 2012 NFL draft just hours away, we run down the final selections for each first-round team in our final 2012 NFL mock draft: 1. Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford No pick in the 2012 NFL draft is more certain tha... Read Post
In the first round of the NFL draft, every team is looking for value. No team wants to reach, but they sure do want to take advantage of other teams' reaches. Of course need is a huge factor in draft selections, as it should be. But... Read Post
There are several categories of selections in the NFL draft. Teams always hope to hit the jackpot—a perfect combination of both need and value—but that isn't always the case. There are need-based picks and value-based picks. Reaches... Read Post