Change has been the consistent theme for the Philadelphia Eagles since the 2015 season ended. There is a new coaching staff and with that comes an entirely new scheme on offense and defense. Although there is a change in playing style and philosophy, the most important players on both sides of the ball remain the same. Bradford will be featured better in Doug Pederson’s offense. The heady quarterback has already said he prefers being able to make checks at the line of scrimmage instead of being forced to execute a play regardless of how the defense lines up. Pederson’s scheme has a west coast flavor to it which means there will be a heavy reliance upon timing in the passing game. One of Bradford’s
It’s obviously way too early to be giving a pass/fail grade on this year’s NFL Draft picks, but there’s no harm in throwing out some opinions on which picks seem like the best value based on my individual player grades. With that in mind, here are my picks for the Kansas City Chiefs’ biggest steal and reach of this year’s draft. The Chiefs spent a third of their 2016 draft picks on defensive backs, but White was the best value of the bunch. At just a shade under 5-11, White’s lack of ideal height likely contributed to him not being considered among the top cover men in the class, but his combination of quickness and physicality should allow him to at least carve out a successful role in the slot.