The 2012 NFL Draft has come and gone, and free agency has mostly slowed to a halt. Essentially, what you currently see in your favorite team's roster is what you're going to get for the start of training camp in late summer. Several teams, however, used the draft and free agency to make big jumps in talent level on their respective rosters. Given that most of the big additions to teams have been made, we can start sorting out how the 32 franchises stack up as we approach the summer.
With NFL training camps set to open in the coming weeks, most NFL rosters are almost completely set. Free agency has come and gone and for some teams, they have vastly improved. The Buffalo Bills are a great example, going from a pe... Read Post
Heading into Week 16, the NFL's 32 teams can be categorized into several different groups. One category encompasses the teams that are fighting for the draft's No. 1 selection. Six teams have three wins or fewer, and with two games ... Read Post
With the NFL draft behind us, it's time to start looking towards the 2012 season and ranking teams based on how they improved their rosters during the offseason. My NFL power rankings for the 2012 season are now out, and in this edi... Read Post