In our annual pick-by-pick series where we draft from a specific spot in the first round, picking ninth might mean missing on top-3 talent at RB and WR, but two of the top 16 overall isn't so bad.
It's our annual pick-by-pick series where we help you draft from a specific spot in the first round. At No. 2 overall in PPR, starting with a receiver is the right thing to do.
Is it safe to trust injured players with your first few picks? Jamey Eisenberg started his team at No. 7 overall in our pick-by-pick series with Dez Bryant and Jamaal Charles -- and loved it.
You know Antonio Brown is the No. 1 pick in PPR leagues, but what happens after that? Jamey Eisenberg lays out a blueprint for your team in our pick-by-pick series.
At No. 5 overall in a standard league, you're guaranteed a top-three running back or wide receiver, Dave Richard says in our annual pick-by-pick series.
Would you rather be strong at running back or receiver following your draft? Jamey Eisenberg breaks down a team from No. 6 overall in our pick-by-pick series.
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Carson Wentz has received plenty of hype from NFL scouts before, during and after being selected No. 2 overall by the Philadelphia Eagles earlier this year.  One
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Philadelphia Eagles fans were in an uproar when Brian Westbrook was let go by Comcast SportsNet last month. CSN finally announced Westbrook's replacement on its
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The wait is finally over for Wendell Smallwood. No longer hampered by quad injury that sidelined him throughout most of the preseason, the Philadelphia Eagles
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Even if many national media outlets believe the Philadelphia Eagles immediate future is bleak, the sky is the limit for No. 2 overall pick Carson Wentz. Wentz may be

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