Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 4/15/15

Who should really win the NBA's Defensive Player of the Year award? Is Jameis Winston's interception rate a real problem? We answered that and much more on numberFire yesterday.

Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on yesterday? Don't worry -- here's some of what you missed.

The Year Historical Precedence Shifted for the NBA's Defensive Player of the Year Voting
Draymond Green is the frontrunner for Defensive Player of the Year, but if we went by what history says, should he?

Why Tyler Eifert Is Primed for a Breakout Season in 2015
An injury cut Tyler Eifert's 2014 short, but with a potentially larger role, should we be excited about what he could bring in 2015?

Is Jameis Winston's College Interception Rate a Real Problem?
Jameis Winston will enter the NFL with one of the worst last-college-season interception rates of any first-round quarterback over the last decade and a half. Does it matter?

How Good Can Mookie Betts Be in 2015?
Mookie Betts is off to a hot start for Boston. Is he ready to have a big year?

AFC East Draft Needs: Will the Jets Find a Quarterback?
Get prepped for the NFL Draft with a look at the NFL's AFC East.

Why Shane Greene's Success Might Be Sustainable
Detroit Tigers' starter Shane Greene is having a strong start to the season. And it actually may be sustainable.