A new way to evaluate the NFL draft
Scouts Inc. formula puts a different spin on evaluation of overall strategy
We had a football idea. We don't like the idea of grading teams' drafts immediately after the draft because, even though it's a football cliché, you truly can't evaluate a class for at least three years. Still, we wanted to evaluate teams based on their strategies leading up to and through the draft.
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