In a surprising move the Bills yesterday benched starting QB Tyrod Taylor to get a look at rookie Nathan Peterman, a 5th round draft pick from Pitt. So while Im a little late to the party on this I wanted to share some thoughts anyway on the topic.
It was another busy day in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills firing head coach Rex Ryan and subsequently benching quarterback Tyrod Taylor in large part because of his contract. Taylor, a favorite of Ryan’s, had been rumored for some time to have fallen out of favor with the organization, who would have preferred to […]
With the deadline for placing the franchise or transition tag on players now in the past, we can take a closer look as to how teams could approach free agency with respect to gaining potential for compensatory picks a year from now. A few of the factors that come into judging potential for each team […]
Once week 2 ends in the NFL the panic alarm goes off for teams sitting 0-2. Generally 0-2 is looked at as near death when it comes to the playoffs so the sentiment turns ugly pretty quick when you are there and people begin to focus on the future even though we are just two […]
I wanted to just give you guys some notes to consider when watching the draft. When considering what your team should do with its draft picks, it’s important to understand some of the thoughts behind these picks and the things that impact the decisions a team should be making.
Chiefs trade Alex Smith to Redskins for Kendall Fuller and 3rd round draft pick There were some people who I think believed that the Chiefs could get more for a starting QB, but when you factor in the fact they it was likely that he would be released and is in his mid 30s I’m […]
Around this time last year I took a look to identify some teams that used 2014 free agency wisely or poorly with respect to the compensatory pick formula in 2015, so I’ll reprise that effort this time by moving a year ahead in each department. For reference, you may find the list of the 2016 […]