Detroit Lions

Could the Detroit Lions secondary already be set?

The acquisition of ex-Baltimore Ravens safety James Ihedigbo and the recent re-signing of veteran CB Rashean Mathis may give some insight into how the Detroit Lions might be viewing their current secondary situation.

Already flush with coaches who have a rich and successful history of developing young secondary talent, the team now has installed proven mentors and successful leaders in Mathis and Ihedigbo. And all of this may point to the fact that GM Martin Mayhew and head coach Jim Caldwell may feel at ease enough with their young defensive backs to put off drafting a corner or safety, or both until the middle rounds where Detroit has previously met with some success at other positions.  Or they could simply go with what they have right now and wait for 2015 to roll around.…

johnny-manziel

Could Johnny Manziel be headed to the NY Giants?

Are the New York Giants using the same strategies their NFC East rivals did two years ago? With such an elite quarterback like Robert Griffin III, the Washington Redskins were in some serious need of a franchise quarterback. They got their man by trading many future draft picks to the St. Louis Rams. Could the Giants be doing the same exact thing to shore up their quarterback situation after the year Eli Manning had by throwing 27 interceptions and only 18 touchdowns?…

AJ McCarron

AJ McCarron is destined for greatness, but with who?

Ten years from now, we will look back and say the best quarterback to come out of the 2014 NFL Draft was not drafted in the first round.  A team like the Oakland Raiders should have traded back up and he should have been among the top 32 picks. But it seems inevitable that AJ McCarron will not be selected before the first night of the draft is completed.

Why am I so sure of McCarron’s future success?…

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