Mel Kiper plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the NFL draft.
Bill Polian breaks down every NFL roster to identify key areas teams may address this offseason.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. prepares you for the NFL's offseason by breaking down the three key areas each team in the NFC must address before the 2012 season begins.
Every team's roster is blank. Every owner's suite is unoccupied. Every GM's office is empty. Every head coach's film room is unused. You have the No. 1 overall pick in the Total Free Agency Draft. Who do you take?
Introducing GSAA (Games Started Above Average), a new way to rate the war room success of all 32 teams. Bet you can't guess who came in last in Football Outsiders' rankings. OK, so maybe you can.
Scouts Inc. shares its key observations from Week 7.
Who is the MVP of your favorite team? Jeffri Chadiha names the main man on every team this season.
PFW is hearing plenty, including that there's lingering concern about Patriots WR Randy Moss' hamstring injury.
Bud Selig might just get a gift-wrapped precedent for his dealings with Barry Bonds, thanks to Michael Vick and Roger Goodell, writes Mark Kreidler.
After scouring the depth charts and watching the offseason workouts, Scouts Inc. ranks the teams with the best LBs from 1-32.
PFW is hearing plenty, including that the Chiefs plan to take advantage of Larry Johnson's receiving skills this season.
PFW is hearing plenty, including that RB Corey Dillon could end up in St. Louis if he agrees to be a backup.
PFW is hearing plenty, including that Warrick Dunn might not be the Falcons' primary running back this season.
PFW is hearing plenty, including that the Bears will likely use special-teams ace Devin Hester on offense in 2007.
PFW is hearing plenty, including that QB Marc Bulger is considered a slam dunk to re-sign with the Rams.
TMQ is tired of people complaining about parity ruining the NFL. Just look at how good some of these playoff games have been!