With a win in just the seventh modern era Super Bowl rematch the Seattle Seahawks reasserted themselves as the NFL's best. Other teams will find plenty of talent available in the 2015 draft that fits the style currently helping Seattle and Denver reign supreme.
The natural skill says Jameis Winston is a top pick, but the character suggests he belongs outside the first round. However, talent almost always wins in these situations and a team will roll the dice on Winston's immense skill, likely in the draft's top-10 picks.
On the field, Winston checks a lot of necessary boxes, both physically and mentally, for success in the NFL. The question now: Which team -- because one will -- takes a chance on his off-field issues to get their hands on his immense talent?
The defending NCAA champion Florida State Seminoles held on to knock off Clemson in overtime but Tigers' pass rusher Vic Beasley showed off the form in a classic showdown against left tackle Cameron Erving that may earn the Tigers' star a top 15 selection in the 2015 NFL Draft.
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.
The former five-star recruit is beginning to look comfortable playing weakside linebacker in Ellis Johnson's scheme. That's not good news for SEC opponents (or Kansas State QB Jake Waters on Thursday night) but it could be for NFL teams in need of a chase linebacker.