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Check out highlights from the Baltimore Ravens vs. New Orleans Saints in Preseason Week 4 action.
The Ravens got a better idea of what first-round draft choice Marlon Humphrey can do.

Ravens 14

Saints 13
Watch the highlights from the Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins from the second week of the preseason.
It wasn't much of a battle, but it is still just the preseason...

Ravens  31

Dolphins 7 
As week 4 comes around there are some good games coming up with a couple of rivalry games. Here are my week 4 predictions for every game.

New York Jets at Miami Dolphins- New York Jets

The Jets and the dolphins are both strong starting out the season yet after seeing what Buffalo did Miami last week I have to give the edge to the Jets.

Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Carolina Panthers

Tampa Bay's new number one overall pick Jameis Winston has been playing decent in his first three games yet the defense is a huge problem for the Buccaneers and the Panthers offense has been doing very well lately, the Panthers are going to put up a lot of points against a bad Buccaneers defense.

New York Giants at Buffalo Bills- Buffalo Bills

The Giants did look good last week against the Redskins, yet Buffalo has a high powered offense with Tyrod Taylor commanding and their defense only let up 14 points last week against the Dolphins, so this one goes to the Bills.

Oakland Raiders at Chicago Bears- Oakland Raiders

The bears still do not have their starting QB Jay Cutler and also their number one WR Alshon Jeffery while the Raiders Derek Carr has been showing that he is an elite QB in this league also with their first round pick Amari Cooper showing he can make a name for himself.

Houston Texans at Atlanta Falcons- Atlanta Falcons

This is an easy game to pick considering the Falcons are undefeated and their new starting RB Devonta Freeman is an absolute stud, while Huston is 1-2 and their QB Ryan Mallett is not looking very good.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts- Indianapolis Colts

This is another easy game, even though the Colts have not looked that great and Andrew Luck is battling an injury they are playing the 1-2 Jaguars who got blown out by New England last week

Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals- Cincinnati Bengals

After a wild win last week, the Bengals are 3-0 and Andy Dalton is looking very well as well as A.J. Green who had a phenomenal couple of weeks. The Chiefs on the other hand are 1-2 and are not looking that impressive, so I say the Bengals win this one.

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins- Philadelphia Eagles

Both of these teams have started of poorly yet the Eagles have more potential the Redskins considering the Eagles have only used Demarco Murray on less than half of their snaps and are still running the ball very good with their other running backs.

Cleveland Browns at San Diego Chargers- San Diego Chargers

The Chargers Melvin Gordon has done well in his first games in the NFL and Phillip Rivers has been doing the same consistent stuff he has been doing for the past 3 years. While the Browns in my opinion have the wrong QB starting and because of that I believe the Chargers will win this game.

Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos- Denver Broncos

Peyton Manning had a rough first game yet after that he became his old self and brought the Broncos to 3-0. The Vikings need more than a good game from Adrian Peterson for them to win this game.

St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals- Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals are 3-0 getting a lot of help from their QB Carson Palmer and from their shut down defense. St. Louis had a good first game but after that they didn't play the same and lost their last two games. The Cardinals defense is too good for the Rams offense so the Cardinals are the ones who win this game.

Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers- Green Bay Packers

Even though Jordy Nelson is out for the year with a torn acl, the Packers are 3-0 and Aaron Rodgers is the best QB in the league without a doubt. The 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick has not been the same since his first season starting in San Francisco and with him struggling the 49ers have no chance in this game.

Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints- Dallas Cowboys

This game is a toss up considering this could go either way. The Cowboys though did look against the Falcons even though at the end they lost. The saints will most likely have Drew Brees play in this game yet even if he does he will be playing injured and I believe Dallas can come up and win this game.

Detroit Lions at Seattle Seahawks- Seattle Seahawks

Both of these teams started the season really bad but the Seahawks did win one game this year. Considering this game is in Seattle and it's going to be really loud so Seattle is going to win this game.

-Kid Reporter George
The Houston Texans (0-2) gave Ryan Mallett the start on Sunday, but they fell to Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers (2-0).
In a Preseason Week 3 showdown, the Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett teamed up to lead the Texans to a 27-13 victory over the hosting New Orleans Saints.
urboy11 just scored 31,400 points in Blitz Bots Barrage!
NFL Media's Omar Ruiz reports from Houston Texans training camp and breaks down the quarterback competition between Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett.
Poll: Do the Steelers have enough talent to win the Super Bowl this year?

November 17th

Monday Night Football

Pittsburgh Steelers 27 - Tennessee Titans 24
Le'Veon Bell (28 fantasy points) put on a show as the Steelers reverted to old-school smash mouth football in the fourth quarter. Ben Rothlisberger (10 fantasy points) and Antonio Brown (15 fantasy points) continued their arial displays to help bring the Steelers back from an 11-point deficit. The Titans rookie tandem of Zach Mettenberger (16 fantasy points) and Bishop Sankey (10 fantasy point) showed promise that should bring a brighter future to the Titans.

Sunday Night Football

New England Patriots 42 - Indianapolis Colts 20
The Patriots dominated the Colts, so you know Tom Brady must have been the man. Wait, what's that? He wasn't? Oh, then Gronk must have gone nuts. Huh? Wasn't him? Then who led the Patriots to this huge victory? It was Jonas Gray, of course. Gray, out of Notre Dame, burst on to the fantasy football scene with an amazing 199 yards and four TDs for 43 fantasy points!

Late Games

Green Bay Packers 53 - Philadelphia Eagles 20
Stop us if you've heard this before! Aaron Rodgers (28 fantasy points) gave another stunning performance, as he tallied 3 TDs and 341 passing yards. Eddie Lacy (23 fantasy points) got in on the fun by scoring TDs on both a run and a catch.

Arizona Cardinals 14 - Detroit Lions 6
So far so good for the Cardinals and backup QB Drew Stanton (16 fantasy points). Stanton had 306 yards passing and two TDs.

San Diego Chargers 13 - Oakland Raiders 6
The Changers will be happy for the victory even if its falls into the ugly category. Ugly is okay if you still win. Philip Rivers (11 fantasy points) helped the Chargers do just enough to keep the Raiders winless.

Early Games

Kansas City Chiefs 24 - Seattle Seahawks 20
Jamaal Charles (23 fantasy points) rushed for 159 yards as the Chiefs were able to boom out a victory against the visiting Seahawks.

San Francisco 49ers 16 - New York Giants 10
The 49ers defense (10 fantasy points) picked-off five Eli Manning passes and sacked him twice to help the 49ers get away with a much needed victory.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 - Washington Redskins 7
Mike Evans (32 fantasy points) is too good to be called a rookie anymore! He single-handedly destroyed Washington's secondary for 209 yards and two TDs.

Cincinnati Bengals 27 - New Orleans Saints 10
Reports of Andy Dalton's demise as a starting QB proved to be premature. Dalton was on fire today, torching the Saints for three TDs and a healthy 22 fantasy points.

St. Louis Rams 22 - Denver Broncos 7
In the upset of the day, WR Kenny Britt (18 fantasy points) helped propel the Rams to victory over the Broncos.

Chicago Bears 21 - Minnesota Vikings 13
Add Jay Cutler (23 fantasy points) to the list of bounce-back performances on the day. Cutler tossed three TDs and had a whopping 331 yards passing.

Houston Texans 23 - Cleveland Browns 7
A star is born? Time will tell if Ryan Mallett's (14 fantasy points) first NFL start is the beginning of a long career, but there's no denying his two TDs passes (one to J.J. Watt), and a win over the Browns, were a good way to get his Texans career off the ground.

Atlanta Falcons 19 - Carolina Panthers 17
Matt Ryan (15 fantasy points) led the Falcons to a hard-fought, nail-biting win over their divisional rival.

November 13th

Thursday Night Football

Miami Dolphins 22 - Buffalo Bills 9
Ryan Tannehill (16 fantasy points) had a strong performance throwing for two TDs in what Dolphins fans hope is a glimpse of his future. Miami's rookie WR Jarvis Landry (8 fantasy points) made amends for his earlier fumble with a nifty move for a touchdown.

Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett's pass to DeAndre Hopkins is picked off in the end zone by Cleveland Browns corner back Joe Haden.
Poll: How would you describe Jonas Gray's performance?

November 16th

Sunday Night Football

New England Patriots 42 - Indianapolis Colts 20
The Patriots dominated the Colts, so you know Tom Brady must have been the man. Wait, what's that? He wasn't? Oh, then Gronk must have gone nuts. Huh? Wasn't him? Then who led the Patriots to this huge victory? It was Jonas Gray, of course. Gray, out of Notre Dame, burst on to the fantasy football scene with an amazing 199 yards and four TDs for 43 fantasy points!

Late Games

Green Bay Packers 53 - Philadelphia Eagles 20
Stop us if you've heard this before! Aaron Rodgers (28 fantasy points) gave another stunning performance, as he tallied 3 TDs and 341 passing yards. Eddie Lacy (23 fantasy points) got in on the fun by scoring TDs on both a run and a catch.

Arizona Cardinals 14 - Detroit Lions 6
So far so good for the Cardinals and backup QB Drew Stanton (16 fantasy points). Stanton had 306 yards passing and two TDs.

San Diego Chargers 13 - Oakland Raiders 6
The Changers will be happy for the victory even if its falls into the ugly category. Ugly is okay if you still win. Philip Rivers (11 fantasy points) helped the Chargers do just enough to keep the Raiders winless.

Early Games

Kansas City Chiefs 24 - Seattle Seahawks 20
Jamaal Charles (23 fantasy points) rushed for 159 yards as the Chiefs were able to boom out a victory against the visiting Seahawks.

San Francisco 49ers 16 - New York Giants 10
The 49ers defense (10 fantasy points) picked-off five Eli Manning passes and sacked him twice to help the 49ers get away with a much needed victory.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 - Washington Redskins 7
Mike Evans (32 fantasy points) is too good to be called a rookie anymore! He single-handedly destroyed Washington's secondary for 209 yards and two TDs.

Cincinnati Bengals 27 - New Orleans Saints 10
Reports of Andy Dalton's demise as a starting QB proved to be premature. Dalton was on fire today, torching the Saints for three TDs and a healthy 22 fantasy points.

St. Louis Rams 22 - Denver Broncos 7
In the upset of the day, WR Kenny Britt (18 fantasy points) helped propel the Rams to victory over the Broncos.

Chicago Bears 21 - Minnesota Vikings 13
Add Jay Cutler (23 fantasy points) to the list of bounce-back performances on the day. Cutler tossed three TDs and had a whopping 331 yards passing.

Houston Texans 23 - Cleveland Browns 7
A star is born? Time will tell if Ryan Mallett's (14 fantasy points) first NFL start is the beginning of a long career, but there's no denying his two TDs passes (one to J.J. Watt), and a win over the Browns, were a good way to get his Texans career off the ground.

Atlanta Falcons 19 - Carolina Panthers 17
Matt Ryan (15 fantasy points) led the Falcons to a hard-fought, nail-biting win over their divisional rival.

November 13th

Thursday Night Football

Miami Dolphins 22 - Buffalo Bills 9
Ryan Tannehill (16 fantasy points) had a strong performance throwing for two TDs in what Dolphins fans hope is a glimpse of his future. Miami's rookie WR Jarvis Landry (8 fantasy points) made amends for his earlier fumble with a nifty move for a touchdown.

Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett passes to defensive end J.J. Watt, who shows he's a force to be reckoned with on offense too with an impressive two-yard touchdown.
Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett pass to wide receiver Andre Johnson for 10 yards and a 4th down conversion.
Ryan Mallett got his first start for the Houston Texans as they face the Cleveland Browns. Mallett played well throwing for two touchdowns, one to defensive star J.J. Watt as the Texans beat the Browns 23-7.
Poll: Who was the MVP of the late games?

November 16th

Late Games

Green Bay Packers 53 - Philadelphia Eagles 20
Stop us if you've heard this before! Aaron Rodgers (28 fantasy points) gave another stunning performance, as he tallied 3 TDs and 341 passing yards. Eddie Lacy (23 fantasy points) got in on the fun by scoring TDs on both a run and a catch.

Arizona Cardinals 14 - Detroit Lions 6
So far so good for the Cardinals and backup QB Drew Stanton (16 fantasy points). Stanton had 306 yards passing and two TDs.

San Diego Chargers 13 - Oakland Raiders 6
The Changers will be happy for the victory even if its falls into the ugly category. Ugly is okay if you still win. Philip Rivers (11 fantasy points) helped the Chargers do just enough to keep the Raiders winless.

Early Games

Kansas City Chiefs 24 - Seattle Seahawks 20
Jamaal Charles (23 fantasy points) rushed for 159 yards as the Chiefs were able to boom out a victory against the visiting Seahawks.

San Francisco 49ers 16 - New York Giants 10
The 49ers defense (10 fantasy points) picked-off five Eli Manning passes and sacked him twice to help the 49ers get away with a much needed victory.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 - Washington Redskins 7
Mike Evans (32 fantasy points) is too good to be called a rookie anymore! He single-handedly destroyed Washington's secondary for 209 yards and two TDs.

Cincinnati Bengals 27 - New Orleans Saints 10
Reports of Andy Dalton's demise as a starting QB proved to be premature. Dalton was on fire today, torching the Saints for three TDs and a healthy 22 fantasy points.

St. Louis Rams 22 - Denver Broncos 7
In the upset of the day, WR Kenny Britt (18 fantasy points) helped propel the Rams to victory over the Broncos.

Chicago Bears 21 - Minnesota Vikings 13
Add Jay Cutler (23 fantasy points) to the list of bounce-back performances on the day. Cutler tossed three TDs and had a whopping 331 yards passing.

Houston Texans 23 - Cleveland Browns 7
A star is born? Time will tell if Ryan Mallett's (14 fantasy points) first NFL start is the beginning of a long career, but there's no denying his two TDs passes (one to J.J. Watt), and a win over the Browns, were a good way to get his Texans career off the ground.

Atlanta Falcons 19 - Carolina Panthers 17
Matt Ryan (15 fantasy points) led the Falcons to a hard-fought, nail-biting win over their divisional rival.

November 13th

Thursday Night Football

Miami Dolphins 22 - Buffalo Bills 9
Ryan Tannehill (16 fantasy points) had a strong performance throwing for two TDs in what Dolphins fans hope is a glimpse of his future. Miami's rookie WR Jarvis Landry (8 fantasy points) made amends for his earlier fumble with a nifty move for a touchdown.

Poll: Who was the MVP of the early games?

November 16th

Early Games

Kansas City Chiefs 24 - Seattle Seahawks 20
Jamaal Charles (23 fantasy points) rushed for 159 yards as the Chiefs were able to boom out a victory against the visiting Seahawks.

San Francisco 49ers 16 - New York Giants 10
The 49ers defense (10 fantasy points) picked-off five Eli Manning passes and sacked him twice to help the 49ers get away with a much needed victory.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 - Washington Redskins 7
Mike Evans (32 fantasy points) is too good to be called a rookie anymore! He single-handedly destroyed Washington's secondary for 209 yards and two TDs.

Cincinnati Bengals 27 - New Orleans Saints 10
Reports of Andy Dalton's demise as a starting QB proved to be premature. Dalton was on fire today, torching the Saints for three TDs and a healthy 22 fantasy points.

St. Louis Rams 22 - Denver Broncos 7
In the upset of the day, WR Kenny Britt (18 fantasy points) helped propel the Rams to victory over the Broncos.

Chicago Bears 21 - Minnesota Vikings 13
Add Jay Cutler (23 fantasy points) to the list of bounce-back performances on the day. Cutler tossed three TDs and had a whopping 331 yards passing.

Houston Texans 23 - Cleveland Browns 7
A star is born? Time will tell if Ryan Mallett's (14 fantasy points) first NFL start is the beginning of a long career, but there's no denying his two TDs passes (one to J.J. Watt), and a win over the Browns, were a good way to get his Texans career off the ground.

Atlanta Falcons 19 - Carolina Panthers 17
Matt Ryan (15 fantasy points) led the Falcons to a hard-fought, nail-biting win over their divisional rival.

November 13th

Thursday Night Football

Miami Dolphins 22 - Buffalo Bills 9
Ryan Tannehill (16 fantasy points) had a strong performance throwing for two TDs in what Dolphins fans hope is a glimpse of his future. Miami's rookie WR Jarvis Landry (8 fantasy points) made amends for his earlier fumble with a nifty move for a touchdown.

Houston Texans quarterbacks Ryan Fitzpatrick and Ryan Mallett fail miserably in their touchdown celebration.
New England Patriots wide receiver Brian Tyms leaps for a 17-yard Ryan Mallett touchdown pass.
The NFL training camps have started, which means that all 32 NFL teams are back in action. The most exciting part of camp is, if there is one, a quarterback battle. Here are the top 3 quarterback battles. 1. Cleveland's Quarterback- Brian Hoyer vs Johnny Manziel- This is the most intriguing quarterback battle. Brian Hoyer played in limited action last year and won three games and so far seems to have the favor of the coaching staff. He's also a journeyman who played on multiple teams but never started as the quarterback before going to Cleveland. Johnny Manziel, on the other hand, is the most exciting quarterback, or player, to ever enter the NFL. Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, who developed Robert Griffin III, could make the offense very dangerous by optimizing Manziel's running talents. Hoyer looks like he is the favorite thus far, but fan favorite Manziel could take the starting job if he cuts down on his errors and gets into less off-the-field trouble. 2. Houston's Quarterback- Ryan Fitzpatrick vs Case Keenum vs Tom Savage- Houston looked set at quarterback last year until Matt Schaub was benched after throwing a pick-6 in multiple games. Schaub is gone, while Case Keenum, his replacement last year, is back in the mix for a starting job. Keenum was below average in his starts and he will need to get a lot better to win the job again. He is facing competition from veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick and rookie Tom Savage. Fitzpatrick had a great start with the Buffalo Bills a few years ago but has faded into backup status. He had a lot of subpar playing time with the Titans last year after Jake Locker went down, but he has been tabbed as the favorite by head coach Bill O'Brien. The x-factor is rookie Tom Savage, the team's fourth round pick and former Pittsburgh Panther, who could emerge as the starter if one of the quarterbacks is hurt. 3. Minnesota's Quarterback- Matt Cassel vs Teddy Bridgewater vs Christian Ponder After a terrible, Matt Schaub-esque season with the Kansas City Chiefs, Matt Cassel took over midseason for the Vikings and made something out of a disappointing season. The quarterback that he took over for, Christian Ponder, is still on the roster but there is almost no chance that he will even make the team after training camp. Former Louisville Cardinal Teddy Bridgewater is the biggest threat to Cassel; the last pick of the 1st round of this year's draft has done well in training camp and the Vikings seem to be a good fit for him. If Bridgewater can continue to develop under new offensive coordinator Norv Turner, he could be the starter come Week 1. Other Notable Battles Chad Henne vs Blake Bortles for Jaguars QB, Matt Schaub vs Derek Carr for Raiders QB, Ryan Mallett vs Jimmy Garopollo for Patriots Backup QB, Josh McCown vs Mike Glennon for Buccaneers QB
Poll. What grade would you give the New England Patriots draft?

In the NFL, if you can't pressure the opposing QB, you are going to lose. 


The Patriots were smart to get a premiere interior pass rusher, DT Dominique Easley. They then made the surprise selection of QB Jimmy Garoppolo in the second round, which raises questions about Ryan Mallett's future.  


RB James White will look to fill the void left by the departure of LeGarrette Blount, while C Bryan Stork and OT Cameron Fleming add depth to the offensive line.

 

Grade the Patriots draft below and then give us your comments.

 

1. Dominique Easley - (DT, Florida)

2. Jimmy Garoppolo - (QB, Eastern Illinois)

3. Bryan Stork - (C, Florida State)

4. James White - (RB, Wisconsin)

5. Cameron Fleming - (OT, Stanford)

6. Jon Halapio - (G, Florida)

7. Zach Moore - (DE, Concordia)

8. Jemea Thomas - (CB, Georgia Tech)

9. Jeremy Gallon - (WR, Michigan)

 

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Poll. How Will Tim Tebow Be Utilized?

As many of you have recently heard, the New England Patriots have just signed Tim Tebow, but the big question is, where will he play and how will he be utilized?


Although Tebow has come into the depth chart as a 3rd string quarterback, it is doubtful that Tebow will ever become a quarterback again. He has many problems throwing the ball with accuracy, and the Patriots already have Tom Brady and Ryan Mallett. The aspect of Tebow that I believe can be utilized is his size, strength, and ability to run the ball. With those aspects, I believe there are a few positions where Tebow could work within the offense.

 

The first is the wildcat formation. Bringing Tebow in could help New England's offense incorporate a wildcat formation to their offense because of Tebow's size and strength. He could run the ball out of the formation, and even fake the run and throw the ball if need be.

 

The second position I believe he could fit in is the fullback position. At the fullback position, he could help take some of the pressure off Tom Brady by improving the offense's running game with his blocking ability.


The final position where he could be successful is on special teams. Last season we saw him being used by the Jets mainly on special teams. He fit in very well, making tackles and also being used as a blocker for the return game.


Who knows what Bill Belichick's plan is for Tebow? At this point, I'm uncertain, but I'd love to hear all you guys' input about Tebow in the comments section. How do you think he will be utilized?

 

 

  Tim Tebow is now a New England Patriot, and will be in the team's mini camp this month. When I first heard of the signing of Tim Tebow by the Patriots, it was quite intriguing.  We all know how last season turned out for the Jets, and it will be interesting to see if Tebowmania will have the same effect on New England's season. Fans will have to wait a few months to see how the transaction works out, but I have some early predictions that could become true come the start of the seaso

 

Tim Tebow is now a New England Patriot, and will be in the team's mini camp this month. When I first heard of the signing of Tim Tebow by the Patriots, it was quite intriguing.  We all know how last season turned out for the Jets, and it will be interesting to see if Tebowmania will have the same effect on New England's season. Fans will have to wait a few months to see how the transaction works out, but I have some early predictions that could become true come the start of the season.

 


1. Tim Tebow will be signed.
Why: Tim Tebow is now joining Josh McDaniels, the Patriots offensive coordinator. McDaniels was the person who wanted Tebow on the Broncos while he was their coach, but was fired before Tebow saw significant action. McDaniels certainly believes in Tebow's ability enough to secure Tebow on of the 53 roster spots.

 

2. Ryan Mallett and Tim Tebow are not going to both play backup quarterback for the Patriots.
Why: Ryan Mallett looked great in the past preseasons, and has drawn interest from many NFL teams. There were rumors that he could be traded, and the Patriots are always looking for more draft picks. Also, the Patriots would want to avoid a potential backup quarterback controversy, and both quarterbacks are worthy of even a starting quarterback job with a needy NFL team. If Mallett does stay with the team, don't expect both to be in the quarterback depth chart.

 


3. There is a big chance that Tim Tebow will not play quarterback.
Why: Since the Patriots said a few weeks ago that Ryan Mallett will not be traded, Mallett will probably still be on the team. The Patriots have needs at fullback and wide receivers, and both of their tight ends are injury-prone. Tebow is a great athlete and could play at almost any position, so the question is whether Tebow will accept a position change.

 


4. The spotlight will be on the Patriots all season long.
While the Patriots will not be on ESPN all day 24/7 this summer, added pressure will be on the Patriots. Tim Tebow is a big presence in the locker room, and his personality is a lot different from a lot of other Patriots. The question is how his teammates will respond to the added attention?

 


Bottom Line: Tim Tebow has been given a chance on an NFL team (not to mention one that plays his previous teams), and he should try to make the most of it. Right now Tebow's biggest football priority should be to show that he belongs in the NFL. The best way to do that is to play another position for a season with the Patriots. If he plays well, an NFL team could give him a chance to play quarterback.

 

 

Poll. If you were the No.1 overall pick, what would you do?

The Green Room of Radio City Music Hall may be vacant. Those words dropped on the NFL world like a bomb, as word circulated throughout the football world that there was a high possibility that the Draft may be boycotted by the former NFLPA. Subsequently, the top draft prospects would follow suit.

 

However, the Draft will go on! I am revealing my 1st round mock draft Doday. Players will be numbered in the order they are selected.

 

1.  Da'Quan Bowers: DE, Clemson to CAR

2.  Nick Fairley: DT, Auburn to DEN

3.  Cam Newton: QB, Auburn to BUF

4.  Blaine Gabbert: QB, Missouri to CIN

5.  Von Miller: OLB, Texas A&M to ARI

6.  Robert Quinn: DE, North Carolina to CLE

7.  Patrick Peterson: CB, LSU to SF

8.  Marcell Dareus: DT, Alabama to TEN

9.  Julio Jones: WR, Alabama to DAL

10. Nate Solder: OT, Colorado to WAS

11. A.J. Green: WR, Georgia to MIA

12. Ryan Mallett: QB, Arkansas to JAX

13. Aaron Williams: CB, Texas to NE

14. Akeem Ayers: OLB, UCLA to SD

15. Mark Herzlich: OLB, Boston College to PHI

16. Virgil Green: TE, Nevada to NO

17. Anthony Castonzo: Boston College to HOU

18. Prince Amukamara: CB, Nebraska to MIN

19. Ryan Williams: RB, Virginia Tech to DET

20. Mike Pouncey: C, Florida to STL

21. Garrett Chisolm: OG, South Carolina to NYG

22. Orlando Franklin: OG, Miami (FL) to TB

23. Austin Pettis: WR, Boise State to KC

24. Marcus Cannon: OG, TCU to IND

25. John Clay: RB, Wisconsin to ATL

26. Mark Ingram: RB, Alabama to NE

27. Jake Locker: QB, Washington to SEA

28. Kyle Rudolph: TE, Notre Dame to BAL

29. Tyron Smith: OT, USC to CHI

30. Zach Hurd: OG, Connecticut to NYJ

31. Jordan Cameron: TE, USC to PIT

32. Rahim Moore: S, UCLA to GB