Which teams fared the best (and worst)? Mel Kiper runs through every draft class.
Sure, Sam Darnold was an amazing pick, but so were a few middle-round outside linebackers.
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Kiper's 2019 Big Board: A QB you don't know arrives in top 25
Duke's Daniel Jones makes Mel Kiper Jr.'s latest ranking of the top prospects for next year's draft. Plus, Kiper picks the top 10 at every position.
Projected 2019 NFL draft order: Raiders are favorites for No. 1
Jon Gruden's team could have three top-20 picks in next year's draft. Here's our projections for picks 1-32 in 2019.
Kiper & McShay build nation's best secondary: Top CB, S prospects
Mel and Todd pick their ultimate college football defensive backfield, as well as 2019 draft prospects rising up the boards and sailing under the radar.
McShay's Top 32 prospects for 2019: Defensive stars rising
The 2019 NFL draft class is loaded with defense, and there is plenty of it on Todd McShay's updated top prospect ranking for next April.
Raiders in driver's seat for No. 1 draft pick (is that a good thing?)
With the worst record in the NFL, Oakland will earn the top pick. But the Raiders have missed on many first-rounders in the past.
What has made Swearinger successful with Redskins?
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim breaks down why D.J. Swearinger has found success in Washington that he hasn't had at his other NFL stops.
Chiefs offense a masterpiece
The Kansas City Chiefs' offensive playmakers have been grabbing the attention of fans all season long.
NFL futures bets to make right now
Which teams should you bet on to win their division, conference or Super Bowl? Football Outsiders breaks down the best values at this point in the season.
Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger wished Le'Veon Bell 'nothing but the best'
Ben Roethlisberger, in a text to Le'Veon Bell before Tuesday's deadline, hoped the Steelers running back would show up but "wished him nothing but the best" if he didn't.
Stephen A.: NFL teams could make example of Bell
Stephen A. Smith suggests that NFL teams may try to pinch Le'Veon Bell's new contract as a message to deter other players from sitting out future seasons.
Big Ben happy not to have to talk about Bell situation anymore
Ben Roethlisberger reacts to Le'Veon Bell's decision to not play this season and says Bell didn't reply to a text before the deadline.