After a busy offseason in the NFL's tightest division, ESPN experts break down which team should be the favorite this season and why.
Head coaches in every Power 5 conference and some top assistants identify draft surprises, best fits and value picks, trends, and how certain position groups could perform in the NFL.
The 2021 Draft has come and gone but it's never too soon to start looking in the 2022 Draft class with Todd McShay.
On this edition of NFL Live the crew dives into Todd McShay's way too early 2022 Draft predictions, find out what prospects you should be looking for this upcoming season. Also when will we see Trey Lance take over as QB1 for the 49ers? And the Aaron Rodgers sag continues with him wanting out of Green Bay, are they still competitive with new comer Jordan Love?
The future Hall of Fame quarterback wants out of Green Bay. Here's how the Packers could get back valuable assets.
'I would, let's be real': Brady says he'd trade two Super Bowl rings for a perfect season; Eli Manning says otherwise
Brady's credentials are untouchable, even with three Super Bowl losses. But falling one win short of a perfect season haunts him and the loss to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII carries more weight than others.
The Bears made a big move to get a quarterback, while other teams still have issues to solve. Here's what's left on the offseason docket.
Todd McShay names the best value pick for every NFL team at the 2021 NFL draft, including some instant impact starters. Who were the 32 perfect picks?
ESPN host of the First Draft and Fantasy Focus podcasts Field Yates discusses that the New York Giants had a very successful Draft in large part by trading down and not making impulsive picks.
The Jaguars got a star at No. 1. The Steelers and Cowboys tried to plug holes. Mel Kiper Jr.'s 2021 report card is here.
Urban Meyer and the Jacksonville Jaguars are pleased with the new coach's first draft, but he did admit that he was disappointed to see former Florida receiver Kadarius Toney land with the Giants and not his team on the first night.
The Dolphins took some of Mel Kiper's favorite prospects, while a couple of other teams went off the board in Rounds 2 and 3.
Dave Gettleman traded down before each of the Giants' first two picks in the NFL draft, bucking his trend of not moving back in the draft and earning him the nickname "Trader Dave."
The Patriots stood pat for their quarterback, while the Bears mortgaged their future. Here are the picks Kiper liked and didn't like.
Giants running back Saquon Barkley, who tore his ACL in Week 2 last season, is on track to be ready for the start of the 2021 season, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Host of "DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg" on 98.7 ESPN New York Dave Rothenberg breaks down the Giants needs in the NFL Draft, and how confident fans are in Dave Gettleman.
What does your favorite team really need? What's an overlooked need it should fill? Football Outsiders breaks it all down.
Dave Gettleman insists he would trade back in the NFL draft and called it an "urban myth" that he's unwilling, despite never having done so in his eight years as a general manager with the Giants and Panthers.
Three rounds, 105 picks and what our NFL draft analysts would do if they were running each franchise.
Pick the perfect first-round quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tight end or offensive lineman for your favorite team based on draft spot, need and skill set.
Which zip code has produced the most NFL quarterbacks? Which states have turned out the best -- and worst? Take a dive into the data for 721 players at the game's most important position.
The Bears, Browns and Giants joined players from a number of other NFL teams to say that they won't be reporting to team facilities next week to begin voluntary offseason workouts.
Which QB is going to make a Josh Allen-like leap this year? Former OSU QB Cardale Jones stops by to explain why Justin Fields falling in the draft doesn't make sense. Plus, Take Your Pick!