Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 5/5/15
Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on numberFire.com yesterday? Don't worry -- here's some of what you missed.
Blake Griffin Is Having a Playoffs for the Ages
Blake Griffin is having a historic playoffs and, because of it, the Clippers are NBA Championship contenders.
How the Los Angeles Clippers Shocked the Houston Rockets and Won Game 1
When Chris Paul was declared inactive for Game 1, not many gave the Clippers a chance. How did Los Angeles prove the doubters wrong?
Is Bryce Petty the Future of the New York Jets?
Can Bryce Petty emerge as a capable starting quarterback for the New York Jets?
Why T.J Yeldon Will Disappoint in Jacksonville
The Jaguars need a running back, but the numbers show that T.J. Yeldon may not be the answer.
Can Garrett Grayson Become a Successful NFL Quarterback With the New Orleans Saints?
Garrett Grayson is a low-risk, potential successor for Drew Brees.
Javorius Allen Is a Perfect Fit in the Baltimore Ravens' Offense
With great hands out of the backfield, Buck Allen looks to be an ideal back in Marc Trestman's Baltimore offense.
How Does Ameer Abdullah Fit With the Detroit Lions?
Can Ameer Abdullah replace Reggie Bush in the Detroit Lions offense?
Will Sammie Coates Impact the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2015?
Sammie Coates is a superior athlete, but had limited production in college. Can Todd Haley untap the potential in Pittsburgh?
Is Matt Jones a Threat to Alfred Morris?
While Jones will likely play the Roy Helu passing downs role in 2015, his versatility and youth could earn him a starting role in 2016.
Tevin Coleman to the Atlanta Falcons: These Birds Just Got Explosive
Tevin Coleman will likely enter as the lead back in Atlanta. He adds an explosiveness to the Falcons running back position that has been missing since Warrick Dunn.
Jeremy Langford Brings Speed to the Windy City: Why He Strengthens the Bears' Backfield
Can Jeremy Langford create a roll for himself in a crowded Bears' backfield?
Can Dee Gordon Continue His Hot Hitting?
Dee Gordon is batting over .400 for the Miami Marlins. Can the second baseman keep up his torrid start to 2015?