The Cowboys selected Ezekiel Elliott with the fourth overall pick in last night's first round of the NFL Draft. But why?
What can Laquon Treadwell, selected 23rd overall by the Minnesota Vikings, bring to their offense?
Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch has extraordinary upside and titanic downside. What exactly is Denver getting in him?
Doctson had to wait until the 22nd overall pick to hear his name, but he might be the best receiver in the class.
Joseph was taken 14th overall, which was early given his ACL injury, but he could be a big-time player for Oakland.
Will Fuller has serious big-play ability, and gives the Texans a serious weapon across from Deandre Hopkins.
The Bills were fine in the secondary last season, but could've used help up front. Shaq Lawson should help.
The Titans filled a position of need, but was Conklin the right choice?
Now a member of the Cleveland Browns as the first wide receiver off the board, what can we expect for Corey Coleman in 2016?
The Miami Dolphins needed a significant upgrade on the offensive line, and Laremy Tunsil fell right into their lap. That'll help ease the concern of red flags.
The 2015 Saints defense was arguably the worst of all time. Rankins won't fix that on his own, but he'll provide a lot of help.
Hargreaves is an incredibly promising addition at a major position of need for the Bucs.
Buckner stayed in school an extra year to improve his draft stock. It was a good move for he and the 49ers.
While some may think Floyd wasn't the right pick for Chicago, he actually might be a great fit.
Ronnie Stanley projects as the best pass protector in the draft, and the Ravens will ask him to anchor their offensive line.
The Jaguars landed arguably the best athlete in this year's draft at pick number five, filling a huge hole on defense.
For the second season in a row, Ezekiel Elliott was one of the most dominant and complete players in college football. Can he continue to find success in the NFL?
Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa was a college star. Will his game translate to the NFL immediately?
The Eagles selected Carson Wentz with the second pick in the draft, but there's a lot of risk in the pick.
The Los Angeles Rams took a gamble by trading up to the first overall pick to select Jared Goff, but in Goff, they get a player whose college resume hints he could be a quality starter.
Which wideout groups are still lacking as we enter the week of the NFL Draft?
It seems like the second quarterback selected in an NFL Draft ends up performing poorly, but that's not really the case.
Is this finally the year Antonio Gates falls off?
Adrian Peterson has beasted through the NFL for years, but what has that really meant?