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NFL's top 10 offenses: Chiefs, Ravens pulling away from pack
Chris Wesseling assesses the landscape of NFL offenses now that the draft has concluded and the majority of free-agent signings are in the books. Which units are the most potent? Here are the top 10 attacks heading into the 2020 season.
Daniel Jeremiah 2020 NFL mock draft 4.0: Bucs pick Jerry Jeudy
On the eve of the 2020 NFL Draft, Daniel Jeremiah unveils his final mock of the year. While the No. 1 overall pick follows a familiar script, DJ has some Round 1 surprises. At one point, four straight teams -- including Tom Brady's Bucs -- snag a receiver.
NFL GM Power Rankings: Brett Veach, John Lynch surge up list
Smack dab in the middle of offseason roster reconstruction, the spotlight's on NFL decision makers. Perfect time for Gregg Rosenthal to provide his annual GM Power Rankings! And at the moment, no general manager's flying higher than Kansas City's Brett Veach.
NFL draft guide: Each GM's best pick, top value pick, tendencies
With the 2020 NFL Draft right around the corner, Charley Casserly digs into the men who'll be making the selections. What does each general manager's track record look like? Here are the best picks, value picks and tendencies for everyone.
AFC North roster reset: Ravens get richer; Browns ready to rock?
Baltimore won the AFC North by a whopping six games in 2019. So, what is the state of the division as we hurtle toward the 2020 NFL Draft? Nick Shook says the Ravens are richer, but the Browns, Steelers and Bengals are all looking up.
Charles Davis 2020 NFL mock draft 2.0: Patriots pick Jordan Love
In his first mock draft post-free agency, Charles Davis reacts to the flurry of roster moves from March with several changes throughout Round 1, including the Patriots now selecting a QB at No. 23 and the Vikings investing in a receiver at No. 25.
Cynthia Frelund 2020 NFL mock draft 2.0: Analytics-based picks
Could the Tom Brady-less Patriots take a QB in Round 1? Cynthia Frelund's analytics-based mock is based solely on a contextual, data-driven model that aims to do one thing: maximize each team's potential to win as many games as possible in 2020.