Gridiron Experts 2014 NFL Draft grades for all 32 teams. Our staff look over each pick and review value vs. need along with adding insight into all of the more popular choices at this years Draft
In day two of the 2014 NFL draft, we saw some true dynasty gems surface in some favorable spots. There were some great values had, as well as some big time surprise picks that some would consider reaches by a few rounds.
Day one of the 2014 NFL Draft has come and gone. Dynasty fantasy football owners have been dying to see where these prospects end up, so they can get prepped for their upcoming rookie drafts.
The Gridiron Experts team get together for form a NFL Draft Round One Recap. Check out our thoughts on all of the first round selections from the 2014 NFL Draft.
Over the last few seasons, rookie draft prospects have entered the NFL more and more prepared to step in and contribute right away. This is a sign of excellent coaching at both levels, and is also a sign that rookies are better preparing themselves for life in the big leagues.
Size and speed always get noticed in the NFL. At 6’5 and 240 pounds with 4.6 speed, former Florida State wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin has both. The redshirt sophomore burst onto the scene in 2013 by catch 15 touchdowns and averaging 18.7 yards per reception.
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Dri Archer was able to transform himself from nobody to somebody all in 4.26 seconds. Archer entered the combine relatively unknown to the public. The small stature running back was able to put up big numbers in his college career but fell off the map after an injury plagued senior season.
Love him or hate him, Johnny Football is the most polarizing player in the 2014 NFL Draft class. Win or lose, he’s sure to put asses in the seats and at the end of the day, coed asses in the sheets. Manziel took the world by storm back in 2012…
Sammy Watkins is the consensus top offensive weapon in the 2014 NFL draft and the one who is expected to have the most fantasy impact. With top speed, soft hands and great field presence, Watkins is expected to be the next great NFL receiver…