In the 12th of a 32-team series, NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney resets the offseason of the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals found future bookend blockers with their first two picks in the 2015 NFL Draft.
If the Buccaneers decide that Jameis Winston's off-field issues are a result of immature decisions that will develop over time, Tampa should draft him No. 1 overall and keep him in the state of Florida.
The Titans at No. 2 would have a chance to draft the quarterback who doesn't go first overall. However, Tennessee might elect to stick with Zach Mettenberger as the 2015 starter and address another need area.
The projected first round pick suffered the injury in the Aggies' win over West Virginia in the Liberty Bowl, erasing any chance that he'll perform in the Senior Bowl, Scouting Combine or Pro Day and putting his draft stock and perhaps even 2015 season in doubt.
Every Monday, Eye on College Football's Tom Fornelli looks back at 10 things that stood out to him over the college football weekend -- everything from the awesome to the just plain stupid. Mostly stupid.
NFL teams looking for powerful run blockers would be well served to review the Hawkeyes-Panthers game, where Iowa's star left tackle Brandon Scherff demonstrated the combination of talent, toughness and technique that could position him as the safest prospect in the 2015 NFL draft.
Quarterbacks Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston may be the headliners but a strong class of defensive linemen could prove the real story of the 2015 NFL draft. With the NFL and NCAA seasons under way, Senior Analyst Rob Rang projects what may happen in the first round.
In his first game at left tackle, Texas A&M senior Cedric Ogbuehi looked every bit the part of a projected top three pick. The shocker wasn't that the Aggies could replace Jake Matthews but how quickly sophomore Kenny Hill could make college football forget about Johnny Manziel.