Sure, we can't accurately grade a draft class until those players have a chance to actually develop in the NFL. But we can grade each team's draft process, whether they reached for players or waited for value, whether they filled positions of need with solid talent on the board or left all of us scratching our heads with out-of-left-field picks. Let's take a look at three teams that could have managed the draft process better.
The NFL draft is a make-or-break time for many franchises, because choosing the wrong player in the first round can set back a team's development as a contender by several years. Making sure a team gets the best value for their draf... Read Post
The NFL draft is a great way to instantly transform a roster for the better, although some teams missed out on that opportunity. Whether the issue was the inability to fill big needs on the roster, poor value with the picks or simpl... Read Post
The 2012 NFL draft is now complete, with some teams having made the most of their draft selections and others wasting their selections by reaching on players of poor value and failing to fill their needs. Which teams emerged from th... Read Post