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Replacing DeMarco Murray: Randle Is Right
Replacing DeMarco Murray: Randle Is Right
Joseph Randle has done some dumb things recently, but he was right about DeMarco Murray’s 2014 season: The rushing champ should have gone for more. Here's why Randle—or another Cowboys back—could be in for a monster 2015
By Andy Benoit
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The Third Quarterback Taken in the 2015 NFL Draft Will Be …
The Third Quarterback Taken in the 2015 NFL Draft Will Be …
After Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, teams in need of a quarterback will be looking at UCLA’s Brett Hundley and Baylor’s Bryce Petty. Both will need ample time to develop into a pro passer, but the choice should be easy to make
By Greg A. Bedard
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Randy Gregory: The Next Great Edge Rusher, If…
Randy Gregory: The Next Great Edge Rusher, If…
The Nebraska product’s athletic traits and relentlessness make him the most tantalizing prospect in this draft class. Gregory will be a great… if he takes well to coaching and, more importantly, keeps himself in line off the field
By Greg A. Bedard
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Is Amari Cooper Worth a Top 10 Pick?
Is Amari Cooper Worth a Top 10 Pick?
He was college football’s best wideout last season and is the most polished receiver in the 2015 draft. But will his size and concentration lapses lead to a long wait on draft night?
By Greg A. Bedard
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Is Gordon Good Enough for Round 1?
Is Gordon Good Enough for Round 1?
It's been three years since a running back was selected in the first round. Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon might break that drought, but the film reveals a player who doesn't belong in the draft's first 32 selections
By Greg A. Bedard
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The Sun Hasn’t Set on Peyton Manning
The Sun Hasn’t Set on Peyton Manning
I watched every drop-back he took this season, and I don't believe I was watching a quarterback who is washed-up. Why Peyton Manning shouldn't retire
By Greg A. Bedard
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Watching Tape With …  the Chargers’ Dwight Freeney
Watching Tape With … the Chargers’ Dwight Freeney
Every week in the NFL, we see how players perform on the field. But what goes into their mental preparation to play? To find out, Dwight Freeney—one of the great pass-rushers of this generation—invites The MMQB and its readers to the film room. Grab a chair
By Peter King
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Little Hype, Huge Upside
Little Hype, Huge Upside
Ignore all the Jadeveon Clowney talk. The NFL draft prospect most similar to Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor is Khalil Mack, a once-unheralded linebacker from the University at Buffalo who stepped right out of a scout’s dream
By Greg A. Bedard
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The NFL’s Next Big Thing Isn’t Really Big at All
The Next Big Thing Isn't Really Big at All
But Clemson wideout Sammy Watkins has the strength to outmuscle linebackers and the speed to leave cornerbacks in his dust. Can this potential top five pick break the mold, or will he just end up breaking a general manager’s heart?
By Greg A. Bedard
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Best of the Beasts
Best of the Beasts
When it comes to offensive tackles in the 2014 NFL draft, there’s a consensus top two: Auburn’s Greg Robinson and Texas A&M’s Jake Matthews. Who will get picked first? After watching tape, the winner is ...
By Greg A. Bedard