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NFL Draft Watch: King says Winston is '10 times' the prospect Mariota is (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
The conversation will grow over the next six months. So let’s start it early. You’re a quarterback-needy team and your choice is this: Florida State's Jameis Winston or Oregon's Marcus Mariota. On the surface, it appears easy. Winston has trouble written all over him, with off-field problems galore, and Mariota, the clean record and clean-throwing (zero interceptions in 188 passes this season) quarterback, is the obvious choice. Right? It’s not that clear-cut. Not at all. [ Join FanDuel.com's $2.5M Week 8 fantasy league: $25 to enter; top 21,905 teams paid ] If we are to boil the players down simply on football talent and quarterbacking potential on the next level, Winston — not Mariota — might be the more enticing prospect. So says former NFL quarterback and Yahoo NFL analyst Shaun King. I asked King to ignore character completely, for argument's sake, and strictly grade each player on their talent and NFL upside. “In my opinion, if I am grading them, Winston is 10 times the prospect Mariota is,” King said. What, then, makes Winston so special? “Physically, he has great size — 6-4, very sturdy build. Built like a pro prospect. Big-time arm — can make all the throws. Great intangibles. Winner. Big-time, big-platform résumé. “He plays his best on the brightest stages. Last year in the Clemson game, the second half of the national title game, this year’s Notre Dame game. Early in the season, second half against [Oklahoma State], he always plays his best in those moments. He just has a knack for it.” Yahoo! Thu, Oct 23
 
Buccaneers make Gerald McCoy highest paid DT in NFL history (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
There aren't many defensive tackles who are the face of their franchise, but Gerald McCoy probably is the face of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. At very least, he's paid like it now. McCoy signed a contract extension through the 2021 season, giving him a seven-year deal that's worth up to $98 million. That includes more than $51 million in guaranteed money, USA Today's Tom Pelissero reported. The average of more than $14 million per season is the most in NFL history for a defensive tackle. [ Join FanDuel.com's $2.5M Week 8 fantasy league: $25 to enter; top 21,905 teams paid ] Somewhere, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh perked up. He'll be a free agent after this season and it's a good bet he'll get a contract somewhere in McCoy's range. McCoy has earned his deal. Pro Football Focus graded him as the fourth-best player in all of the NFL last season, right behind Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning.  Defensive tackles don't always get a ton of attention, but the sheer volume of McCoy's contract will put him in a different spotlight. - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab Yahoo! Sat, Oct 25
 
Greg Cosell's Look Ahead: Breaking down the Lions' top-ranked defense (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The Detroit Lions’ defense, leading the NFL in fewest yards allowed, can be exploited if you work their secondary. The problem with that plan is the line and linebackers are so good, it’s tough to get to the secondary. The Lions might have the best front in the NFL. You can’t consistently throw with functional space against their pass rush, which was a problem for the New Orleans Saints last week. The Lions face the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, and Atlanta's offensive line won’t be able to handle Detroit’s front. [ Join FanDuel.com's $2.5M Week 8 fantasy league: $25 to enter; top 21,905 teams paid ] Yahoo! Sat, Oct 25
 
Roundtable: Week 8 RB Adds (Rotoworld) Courtesy of
The Rotoworld staff breaks down this week's hot waiver adds at running back. Yahoo! Fri, Oct 24
 
Banged-up Packers defense faces Brees (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Asked in the locker room Friday at Lambeau Field what year Drew Brees last threw an interception against Green Bay, veteran Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush answered 2011. ''Wow!'' Bush said, adding in a positive tone, ''OK, so he's due.'' A potentially short-handed Packers secondary faces what coach Mike McCarthy said is ''a big challenge'' against New Orleans' highly ranked pass offense. At 35, Brees still is one of the elite quarterbacks in the NFL with his quick release and a penchant for putting up big numbers. ''He's one of the fastest guys just with his quick passes,'' Packers safety Micah Hyde said. Yahoo! Fri, Oct 24
 
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