Indianapolis and Washington came out of nowhere in 2012 to reach the playoffs. So which teams follow them this season? Here are four that qualify.
Kevin Kolb isn't the answer, but he gives the Bills some flexibility on who they can draft in the first round. Here's the latest look at a 2013 NFL Mock Draft.
The recent game of quarterback musical chairs will have a major impact on the draft needs of teams early in round one of the 2013 NFL Draft.
What happens if the Chiefs go defense at the top of the draft. It's something not many people are considering, but it makes more sense than you might think.
Midway through free agency and we've got a better idea of what teams need when we fire out a 2013 NFL Mock Draft.
The Detroit Lions reportedly agreed to terms Wednesday with former Seahawks defensive lineman Jason Jones. Jones has the versatility to play either defensive end or defensive tackle. He provides insurance if Cliff Avril leaves in free agency.
Could your team use a speedy receiver like Mike Wallace? Or perhaps a pass rusher like Paul Kruger? Pete Prisco plays matchmaker for this year's free-agent market.
The Lions have the quarterback and wide receiver to get to the top of the NFC North. So why aren't they there?
There is no lack of offensive line talent in this draft. Luke Joeckel and Eric Fisher could go No. 1, but Pat Kirwan has a different option for Kansas City: Oklahoma's Lane Johnson.
The Dolphins and the Lions both face critical decisions with core players in the coming weeks. What they determine will calibrate the marketplace, and their futures for years to come, Jason La Canfora says.

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