Bill Polian breaks down the teams be believes to be Super Bowl contenders based on preseason evidence, plus teams that missed the playoffs in 2012 that should be on the rise in 2013.
Bill Polian picks the 12 players he would start an NFL team with, including Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck.
Bill Polian outlines the 10 most pivotal players for the 2013 NFL season, including Geno Atkins.
ESPN Insider Bill Polian breaks down the difficulties in attempting to move on from a franchise quarterback, as he did with Peyton Manning in Indianapolis.
Bill Polian breaks down his favorite picks from the 2013 NFL draft, particularly applauding the Giants' selection of QB Ryan Nassib.
Bill Polian examines several draft pivot points and QB-centric trade scenarios in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft.
Bill Polian explains how an NFL draft room really works and what it's like to have the No. 1 overall pick.
Bill Polian breaks down the NFL's top talent evaluators in his eyes, including Ozzie Newsome and Ted Thompson.
Bill Polian breaks down the impact of Manti Te'o's improved 40-yard dash time and why it was so important.
ESPN Insider Bill Polian separates the 2013 free-agent class into three tiers. Mike Wallace, Wes Welker and Steven Jackson are among the top free agents.
Bill Polian provides his insights from Indy on top combine performers, Manti Te'o's draft stock, new personnel trends and more.
Bill Polian breaks down every NFL roster to identify key areas teams may address this offseason.
ESPN Insider Bill Polian separates the 2013 free-agent class into three tiers. Joe Flacco, Wes Welker and Steven Jackson are among the top free agents.
Bill Polian examines NFL rosters to see which emerging players have proved themselves worthy of being pillars of their franchises going forward.
Following Week 6 NFL front offices make critical evaluations on their clubs, identifying problems and pursuing remedies. Bill Polian fingers several areas of need among five building teams.
Far more than physical attributes makes a prototypical QB. More important are a quarterback's intangibles and how a team uses him. When they all come together? Jackpot. In Robert Griffin III, it appears the Skins have the perfect package.