Found January 22, 2013 on
The NFL Draft makes or breaks franchises and jobs. The prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft class are unique in that the defensive side of the ball dominates the talent.There are many quarterback needy teams in the top half of the draft that need young QBs to take the reins of their franchise. Geno Smith, Mike Glennon, Ryan Nassib, Tyler Wilson, Matt Barkley, and Landry Jones all have the skill set to be top signal callers given the right situation and time.As the NFL trend of starting rookie quarterbacks from day one widens across the league, these guys should be tossed into the fire early. Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck, and Russell Wilson drastically altered the course of their respective franchises. Other clubs hope to follow their examples.A fantastic class of offensive and defensive lineman lead the way with play makers on defense loading the class. A mediocre class of running backs and receivers should cause the top half of the first round to be defense heavy. The NFL Draft is w...
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When it was discovered that Washington Redskins quarterback
Robert Griffin III sustained an injury similar to the one Minnesota Vikings
running back Adrian Peterson endured prior to his monster 2012 campaign, the
comparisons started pouring in. However, Peterson told reporters, including
Andy Fenelon of NFL.com, that it’s not fair to compare the injuries of the two
Things have been going pretty well for Baylor in recent years. The entire sports department has been experiencing success at levels rarely seen before at the school. Of course we all remember the impact Robert Griffin III had on the football program recently and judging by last season it appears Baylor is not exactly taking a huge step back just yet in the Big 12.
Robert Griffin III is in the process of going through a rigorous rehab process that will test his mettle. RG3 has torn an ACL before, so mentally he knows what to expect.
With people watching the remarkable way Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was able to return to form, many will question and wonder if Griffin III can pull off the same feat.
Peterson via NFL.com warns pundits...
As a fan, you vote for your favorite players to participate in the Pro Bowl granting them a huge honor, but in reality you secretly hope they are not participating. Most likely they aren’t.
This is a great time to be a replacement however. This year there will be a lot of them. 29 to be exact. To help fill an empty roster of injured players, such as Robert Griffin III, Matt Ryan...