Chris Sprow writes that the Kansas City Chiefs, coming off a 2-14 season, are primed for a major rebound in 2013. Now armed with a competent QB in Alex Smith -- along with a handful of Pro Bowlers -- KC should drastically improve this season.
Chris Sprow writes that the St. Louis Rams, despite playing third fiddle in the NFC West, could win the division in 2013. The team is poised for continued improvement given its abundance of young, cheap talent and stockpile of high draft picks.
Chris Sprow outlines the top 25 free agents in terms of players with the most market value on the line heading into the final stretch of the season. Also included are potential team fits for some of the players next season.
Sure, Alex Smith was having a great season, but if you view the long game for the Niners instead of the weekend's immediate matchup, giving Colin Kaepernick a go makes perfect sense. And Jim Harbaugh has earned the benefit of the doubt.
With the vast majority of player value found in Round 1, Chris Sprow examines 10 teams who face big decisions on which direction to go with their top pick, starting with the Minnesota Vikings at No. 3 overall.
ESPN Insider Chris Sprow breaks down Randy Moss' final days with the New England Patriots and writes that the Pats discarded Moss because he no longer fit their system, not because his football skills evaporated.