1st & 10  

 

2012 NFL Draft was one to remember; 'Top 100' debate begins

  • By NFL.com
More Columns >

Seven rounds. Two-hundred-and-fifty-three total picks. After a thrilling three days, the 2012 NFL Draft is in the books. Find out everything you need to know at NFL.com's draft page, including scouting reports and analysis for each pick.

Here's what else is on tap for Monday:

Reuter: Biggest winners from Day 3
There is no such thing as a bust pick in Rounds 4-7. So which teams found the best value on the draft's final day. Chad Reuter has six in mind. More ...

• How do you feel about your team's showing now that the 2012 NFL Draft is over? Make your opinion heard in our draft war rooms.

• Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III? Justin Blackmon or Michael Floyd? Luke Kuechly or Dont'a Hightower? Our experts debate which of these rookies are in a better position to succeed in 2012.

• The best players are drafted in the first round, but value can be found anywhere. Michael Lombardi presents his top 12 value picks.

• Later on Monday, Jeff Darlington looks at the Dolphins' big gamble on Ryan Tannehill, and Steve Wyche reports on exciting times in the nation's capital, where Robert Griffin III is taking the reins of the Redskins.

• It's time for NFL Network's annual "Top 100 Players" countdown. Listen along as Dave Dameshek and Adam Rank react to the first 10 players revealed on this special edition of the "DDFP", and catch the one-hour countdown of players 100-91 at 5 p.m. ET on Monday.

• Twitter users, an anonymous current NFL player is offering his thoughts -- some harsh, some nice -- on "The Top 100: Players of 2012." He goes by "PlayerRater." You might want to follow him.

Draft trade tracker
Keep up with all the moves made during the 2012 NFL Draft with this comprehensive breakdown of each trade, including the Browns' bold first-round move. More ...

• Bucky Brooks takes an early look at some of the top players in next year's NFL draft, including USC's Matt Barkley and Robert Woods.

• Happy birthday to former New York Jets WR Al Toon, who turns 49 on Monday. It's an especially happy one for Toon, whose son Nick was chosen by the New Orleans Saints in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft.

• You could win $1 million with the all-new fantasy game from the NFL. Pre-register today.

Want to get NFL.com's top 10 headlines sent to your inbox daily? Click here for details.

Headlines

The previous element was an advertisement.

NFL Shop

NFL News
CONTENT
15