Adam Levitan gives his top eight players to target late in Best Ball drafts, including a few stack options to consider.
Maurice Jones-Drew understands how Miles Sanders is feeling during his second NFL training camp. Like Sanders, Jones-Drew was a second-round pick who had an impressive rookie season. Also, like Sanders, Jones-Drew faced high expectations entering his second NFL campaign.
There is a large part of me that thinks the offense is more "plug-and-play ready" for 2020 than is the defense. There are fewer changes in the offense – other than left tackle Andre Dillard, who started three games there last season, anyway, and moving veteran Jason Peters from left tackle to right guard – what's really new about the offense from a personnel standpoint?