NFL Week 3 Against The Spread Picks

Robert Griffin III, Jamal Charles, Adrian Peterson, Knowshon Moreno, A.J. Green, Ryan Mathews, Doug Martin and Vernon Davis.

The attrition, epidemic of injuries and other issues has turned the NFL upside down in the last fortnight.

This week’s Against The Spread picks includes analysis plus fantasy and other ramifications moving forward.

Kurt’s Annual NFL Prediction Spectacular

Now that fantasy drafts have been completed (I think), I can get down to prognosticating the final win-loss records for all 32 NFL teams for 2014.

People continue to warn me against posting such predictions, since it only opens one up to ridicule come December.

All of this is true. But what is the fun of not making educated guesses and a writer putting his or her rear end on the line? Weather forecasters make a living off this daily.

2014 NFL Draft: The Consensus Mock Draft

It’s finally NFL Draft week, much to everyone’s delight. Teams are putting the finishing touches on their big boards, just as various experts are finalizing what they predict the first round will look like on Thursday night.

Here we take a look at six of those experts and where they have the consensus top 25 prospects being selected in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Report: Quarterbacks falling on 2014 NFL Draft boards

Are the top quarterbacks in the 2014 NFL Draft seeing their stock drop at a rapid rate as draft day approaches? That’s the case according to ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio.

Blake Bortles turns in solid pro day performance

After Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater turned in a forgettable performance at his pro day, all eyes turned to Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles and his chance to shine for scouts. Luckily for Bortles, he was much better than Bridgewater and impressed those in attendance.

Blake Bortles: NFL personnel people comparing QB to Andrew Luck

We’re still more than two months away from the 2014 NFL Draft, but usually by now there is a solid sense over who the No. 1 overall selection will be. As of now, we have no clue what’s going to happen, but Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles certainly has his fans.

College Football 2013-14 Bowl Season Against the Spread picks

Who has got a man cave and is planning on watching all 35 NCAA bowl games over the next fortnight?

That is nearly 140 hours for your viewing pleasure, although fans are going to have to rough it through Christmas Day and make do with 13 hours of NBA basketball instead.