I totally would’ve let this slip my mind had the Rams twitter account not alerted me of the fact.
On this date 15 years ago… @RickyProehl made this spectacular catch to win the NFC Championship Game. #TheCatch pic.twitter.com/rCMSJgPnRh
— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) January 23, 2015
I was at that game, and for your sake as a Rams fan, I hope you were too. Or that you were...
ESPN Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. held his first media conference call of the draft season a few days ago and you can hear it in its entirety below. Early on in the call Kiper was asked a question about the Pittsburgh Steelers by Scott Brown of ESPN.com. Brown: How heavy do you expect the […]
2015 Steelers Draft: Mel Kiper Jr. Says Pass Rushers Out There In High Numbers This Season...
Mel Kiper Jr. has been revising his 2014 draft grades now that he has the benefit of reviewing everyone’s rookie season.
He downgraded the Rams from his initial A- rating to a B+. Here’s his reasoning:
Mel Kiper Jr. re-graded each NFL team's 2014 draft. He downgraded the #Rams from A- to B+ pic.twitter.com/NEP2aI1v5T
— Brandon Bate (@NoPlanB_) January 23, 2015
If Mel Kiper Jr.‘s predictions ring true, the Hurricanes’ 2015 draft class will be the best in several years.
Kiper, ESPN’s longtime NFL draft analyst, believes junior left tackle Ereck Flowers will become the first UM first-rounder since 2007, and named three others — junior running back Duke Johnson, linebacker Denzel Perryman and wide receiver Phillip Dorsett –...
ESPN Draft Analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has now released his first mock draft of 2015 and he has the Pittsburgh Steelers selecting Wake Forest cornerback Kevin Johnson with the 22nd overall pick in the first round. Kiper writes: The Steelers are long in the tooth at cornerback and need a player who can help early […]
Mel Kiper Jr. Has Steelers Taking Wake Forest CB Kevin Johnson In First...
Mel Kiper Jr. has released his updated, NFL Mock Draft 4.0. He projects the Houston Texans to clean up.
NFL Draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. released his first mock draft for 2014, with Johnny Manziel going to the Houston Texans with pick No. 1.