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Re-Grading New England Patriots' Past 5 Drafts

The NFL draft is full of guesses and predictions, even for the teams making the picks. With the benefit of hindsight, some of those decisions may have played out a little differently. Grading a draft in its immediate aftermath is about as pointless a task as there is. Show More Summary

Re-Grading Miami Dolphins' Past 5 Drafts

NFL draft grades are like the tortoise and the hare. Some analysts will rush to provide grades for each team's draft in the immediate aftermath, but slow and steady wins the race here. You can't possibly get a good read on a team's draft...Show More Summary

Re-Grading Baltimore Ravens' Past 5 Drafts

Draft grading isn't much more than putting words on paper until we've gotten a chance to see how players from a specific draft develop into NFL players. Sometimes, we don't see the full potential of a draft pick until he's been in the league for two three years. Show More Summary

Re-Grading Pittsburgh Steelers' Past 5 Drafts

Draft grading is its own cottage industry. But it is a far more constructive exercise to undertake when the players have at least one year of NFL experience to their names. Even better still is to go further out than that to see how well a team not only drafted for that year but also for the future. Show More Summary

2014 NFL Draft Review: Power Ranking Every Team's Haul 1 Year Later

The 2015 NFL draft is just around the corner. What better time than now to grade last year's class? Granted, one season is hardly enough time to properly assess a batch of rookies, but we can still rank each team's haul based on what...Show More Summary

NFL Mock Draft: Mel Kiper plays GM in his latest mock

In the his most recent mock draft, Kiper expands his picks to the first three rounds for all 32 teams. ESPN's NFL draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. puts a different spin on his latest pre-draft analysis with his "Grade: A" mock draft on Thursday. Show More Summary

2015 NFL mock draft: P.J. Williams to Arizona Cardinals at No. 55

Arizona finds a starter in the second round to pair opposite star cornerback Patrick Peterson. When the first-round picks from this mock draft were graded, the Cardinals scored the lowest for the pick of pass rusher Preston Smith. While I didn't like the pick, I didn't think it was the worst of the round. Show More Summary

2015 NFL mock draft: Grading the bloggers' picks from the 1st round

The first round of the SBN mock is complete and the Raiders actually won something. The grades are in for the first round of the 2015 SB Nation NFL writers mock draft, and they're basically right down the middle. Almost every grade was...Show More Summary

Kansas City Chiefs' Top Needs, Fits for 2015 NFL Draft to Build for the Future

With the 2015 NFL draft fast approaching, teams are beginning to finalize their grades and put the finishing touches on their draft boards. The Chiefs enter the 2015 draft looking to fill some immediate holes in order to get them over the hump. Show More Summary

How High Should Florida State Cornerback Ronald Darby Be Drafted?

Speed and man-coverage ability. Those are the two "boxes" every NFL scout wants to check off when grading out the cornerback position in the draft process. Size, length, ball skills, toughness, etc.? Sure, those are boxes on the scouting...Show More Summary

NFL Draft 2015: Matt Miller's Latest Scouting Notebook

We are 34 days away from the 2015 NFL draft, and that means it's getting serious in the world of scouting and team building. Pro days, private workouts and final grades are being assigned to players across the NFL—and at Bleacher Report we're doing the same thing. Show More Summary

Top draft prospect admits to failed drug test at NFL scouting combine

Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory has received first-round grades for his pure NFL talent.

2015 NFL mock draft: Jameis Winston to Tampa Bay Buccaneers at No. 1

The ninth annual SB Nation NFL Writers Mock Draft kicks off in expected fashion, with quarterback Jameis Winston landing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Grade the pick below! Welcome, NFL fans, to the ninth annual SB Nation NFL Writers' Mock Draft. Show More Summary

Updating New York Jets' 1st-Round Big Board Post-Combine

When the New York Jets put together their big board for the 2015 NFL draft, they will compile hundreds of prospects and grade them based on their film evaluation, meetings and any other information they have gathered on these prospects. If...Show More Summary

NFL Combine 2015: Grading the Most Notable Invitees

Many of the 2015 NFL draft’s most highly projected prospects were full participants in the NFL Scouting Combine this year. That had not always been the case in the past, but it should become the norm in the future, as most of the top...Show More Summary

Saints vs. Buccaneers: Full Report Card Grades for Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' campaign to secure the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft was in jeopardy for three quarters on Sunday, but another late implosion handed the New Orleans Saints a 23-20 victory at Raymond James Stadium. Tampa Bay picked off Drew Brees three times and put up its best rushing performance of the season on offense. Show More Summary

Buccaneers vs. Panthers: Full Report Card Grades for Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers took yet another step toward securing the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, falling on the road to the Carolina Panthers 19-17 at Bank of America Stadium on Sunday. The Bucs were able to hold Carolina...Show More Summary

Seahawks' GM 'didn't give a #$@!' about Russell Wilson's NFL Draft grades

If you don't remember, Russell Wilson was considered a wasted pick for the Seahawks in the 2012 NFL Draft. Did Seahawks' general manager John Schneider care about his low marks for taking Wilson? No. No, he did not. It seems to have worked out pretty well for him so far.

Early Grades for the NFL's Biggest Offseason Moves

Every team in the NFL spent their spring trying to bring in the best talent possible through free agency and the draft, and every team has worked this summer to put its newly acquired players in the best positions possible to succeed. The...Show More Summary

NFL Preseason 2014: Report Card Grades for All 1st-Round Rookies After Week 1

After months of hype, the rookies of the 2014 NFL draft class took the field for their first game action last week as the preseason got underway. The preseason is a time for all rookies to make first impressions, but the first-round picks—from No. Show More Summary

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