Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre look at several trends from Jurgen Klinsmann's first seven games with the U.S. national team.
ESPN Stats and Information analyzed players' value and draft position, and found the top value picks
From Emmitt Smith to Troy Aikman to Tony Dorsett, the Cowboys have been great at finding talent.
Jerry Rice and Joe Montana topped the list of top 49ers picks, but Ronnie Lott and the 1981 class ranked as the top drafting year
The Ravens' first two picks in franchise history were Ray Lewis and Jonathan Ogden. What a start.
Bruce Smith, Andre Reed, Jim Kelly and Thurman Thomas were all homegrown products, and they helped the Bills to four straight Super Bowls in the '90s.
The greatest defensive player in NFL history helps land the Giants' 1981 draft as the team's best.
The Rams have drafted well over the ages, with old timers like Jack Youngblood and more current players like Torry Holt.
The Lions haven't been all that bad at drafting -- except in the last 19 years. And now, they have the top pick and they hope to reverse trend.
Ken Stabler and Art Shell make Class of '68 the best in the history of the silver and black.
Bruce Matthews and Earl Campbell were great picks, but the Oilers weren't great in the draft. The Titans, however, are the sixth-best drafting team.
Success isn't always linked to drafting prowess, as the Redskins have shown us.
In 1975, San Diego drafted a core of linemen that would carry its defense. In 2001, they passed on Michael Vick for LaDainian Tomlinson and Drew Brees.
Defense picks have driven the Chicago Bears' draft success, highlighted by Singletary in '81.
Two of the greatest quarterbacks ever were selected by the Colts, but we can't even imagine one of them -- John Elway -- in a Colts uniform.
Barring a huge downwar sprial for Tom Brady, it seems John Hannah is keeping the top spot warm for the star quarterback.