The NFL Draft is a yearly exercise in hype, panic and, if we’re being honest, ignorance.
The Chiefs pick may have seemed somewhat harmless from a fan perspective, but inside the Eagles war room there was some angst.
Experts are split on the Eagles selection of Marcus Smith.
DeSean Jackson was released by the Eagles on March 28th. Once the angry mob subsided, conventional wisdom dictated that the Eagles will draft a receiver with the 22nd overall pick to replace the 27 year-old Pro Bowler.
After releasing Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson in March, the Eagles will be looking to replace the star wide out in the NFL draft on Thursday night.
When Chip Kelly was the head coach at Oregon, he made a play for Johnny Manziel.
Duke sophomore Rodney Hood is entering the NBA draft.
The Sixers finished up the regular season the same way they started it, with a win over the defending champion Miami Heat. Neverthless, the Sixers finished the regular season 19-63, the second worst team in the NBA behind only the Milwaukee Bucks.
What’s been referred to as possibly the best NBA Draft in a decade may be getting a little weaker.
The consensus preseason pick to be the first overall selection in the NBA Draft is about to take a step to make that prediction a reality.
By now, even the most casual college basketball fans have heard about Doug McDermott, Jabari Parker and Marcus Smart. They were touted as some of the best players in the game before the season and have lived up to the billing.
Missouri defensive end Michael Sam announced to the world on Sunday that he’s gay. The 2013 SEC leader in sacks was believed to be a mid-round pick in this year’s NFL Draft.
Prior to the season, Andrew Wiggins was the concensus first overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. With over half of the season completed, it’s Wiggins’ Kansas teammate, Joel Embiid who many say will go first overall
“Tanking” is a word that has been mentioned more this season in the NBA than ever before. With a potentially star-studded NBA Draft in 2014, and an increasing number of teams willing to lose now, in exchange for potentially winning later, teams are “tanking” for ping pong balls in the 2014 draft lottery. They’re not losing on purpose, but they’re not trying to win.
When it comes to a fantasy draft, it’s all about finding value. After taking on some “sleepers” last week, we at RotoAnalysis are going to bring you some “busts” this week.