It is a fact that every year in the NFL draft there will be players who are widely expected to be picked before a certain point—yet, in reality, they remain long after that point. Although a supposedly great player taking a back seat as other, seemingly lesser players are called ahead of him is interesting for fans, there is usually a reason why that person’s stock fell on the day of the draft.
In an odd twist in this year's NFL draft, I expect the top six players skill-wise in the 2012 draft class to be taken with the top six picks. Typically at least one NFL team takes a chance at the top of the draft and reaches for a g... Read Post
The Arizona Cardinals have the No. 13 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Instead of telling you who they should take with that pick, today we will focus on who they should not take. There are a handful of reasons why certain players should... Read Post
Even though most of the marquee talent had already been taken, the fourth round of the 2012 NFL draft had plenty of intrigue. There were several talented players who fell further than expected and that certainly created some buzz. N... Read Post