With NFL mandatory mini-camps behind us, the 2018 regular season is getting closer and closer. While it’s a slow time for NFL fans and media members, there is still content to be put out. Let’s take a look at what the rest of the SB Nation NFL network is putting together.
This is a pretty entertaining piece. Nathan Peterman’s debut last season with the Buffalo Bills was one of the worst in NFL history.
Frank Gore stretched his consistency for the longevity of his career. This record shows exactly that, a great career for a great running back.
The Cleveland Browns have been the worst team when it comes to drafting over the past decade. Hopefully, after picking Baker Mayfield this year, they can put that all behind them.
This is a Giant-related piece but a very interesting read. My pick of this group would have to be Joey Bosa, what he has showed in his limited time in the league has been tremendous and I could see him getting even better.
This is a very interesting debate. The NFC South arguably has the best quarterback group of a division in the entire NFL. If Jameis Winston is able to have a productive 2018, it’s no longer a debate.
These are personally some of my favorite reads this time of year. A good recap of some of the best throws from Andy Dalton’s 2017 season.
The most intriguing player on this list for me is Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate, who could slide into the void left by Jason Witten.
Darius Slay isn't settling for where he is at. It’s always good to see young players trying to improve, especially when they are training with some of the best at their position.
I disagree with this piece. I think as the NFL rules change and it gets tougher and tougher to hit a quarterback, you’re going to see players playing longer and longer, eventually defeating this record.
Definitely a good move for the Texans’ defense, especially considering Jackson was not very good in man coverage last season at cornerback.