It is hardly a secret that NFL teams cannot survive with poor quarterback play. After all, nearly every team in need of a quarterback this year found themselves picking in the top 10 picks of April's draft.
2012 was not a year full of unicorns and rainbows for some superstars. The NFL might be an offensive league, but not all of its top skill-position players had superb seasons that made fantasy owners happy.
Who will be the starting right tackle? Can David Wilson excel as the feature running back? Will the defense bounce back from a miserable performance in 2012 that saw them allow the second-most yards in the NFL?
One question that won’t need to be answered is “Who will start at qu
Everyone knows that quarterback is the most important position on the field. A good quarterback is the difference between two wins and 11 wins (look at the Colts from 2010 to 2012 for a perfect example).
There's a clear power structure in the NFL these days. On one extreme, you have perennial playoff contenders like the San Francisco 49ers and New England Patriots, and on the other reside dismal franchises like the Jacksonville Jaguars and Oakland Raiders.