Chris Sprow writes that because of the addition of Michael Vick and some new skill-position weapons, the Jets can legitimately challenge for the AFC East title -- because Rex Ryan fielding an elite defenses is one of the NFL's constants.
Chris Sprow explains why the Cleveland Browns would be wise to draft a quarterback (or two) in the 2014 NFL draft. It's not just that they need one, but that they have the pieces in place to win with a rookie under center in 2014.
Chris Sprow writes that for the Minnesota Vikings to preserve the long-term effectiveness of running back Adrian Peterson and take the leap to the next level, quarterback Christian Ponder must step up his game.
Despite widespread opinion that the Denver Broncos face a win-now season given the team's older-than-average roster, Peyton Manning and Co. appear poised to compete for a title for several years, writes Chris Sprow.
Should the Buccaneers sign Josh Freeman to a long-term contract? Based solely on his impressive passing totals, maybe, but Freeman is one of a dozen QBs who must be judged with a different measuring stick in the new NFL, writes Chris Sprow.
Despite the comments of Joe Namath, selecting Geno Smith was far from a mistake. When you take into account the costs and the Jets' overall draft strategy, Chris Sprow believes it was a smart move overall.
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.