2014 NFL Draft Report; Which teams need a quarterback the most? We rank all 32 (Shutdown Corner)

Depending on which underclassmen declare early, the 2014 NFL draft could be a bounty at quarterback like we haven’t seen in a few years.
The 2013 class was a down year, for sure, with E.J. Manuel the only quarterback drafted in the first 38 picks. The two drafts prior to that were top-heavy hauls at the position, with four quarterbacks taken in the first round of each.
Next May could feature an even larger front-loaded talent pool — and don’t worry, there will be enough teams there to scoop them up, even if a few worthy QB talents end up sliding because of a possible surplus.
So with that in mind, and in lieu of our normal weekly format, we’ve decided to deviate and rank the NFL teams from most to least likely to draft a quarterback next season

Film Room Checkup: Marques Colston

Hey all. My name is Sam Mayers and I am a new contributor to The Fake Football. I will be doing a new weekly feature called “Film Room Checkup” where I will examine a few high profile fantasy players who had poor weeks to see what went wrong. There are many things that you can find on film that you cannot see during a game broadcast. This information can sometimes help us get a better picture on how a player fared and some of the issues they may have had. For each player, I will share some interesting statistics that I discovered on film and I will also present two or three notable plays. My first examination is on Marques Colston and his performance against the Buffalo Bills in Week 8.
Marques Colston:
It’s safe to say that so far this season, Marques Colston has been a bust fantasy-wise. He has had the worst statistical season of his career – by far. The emergence of Kenny Stills and the return of Lance Moore did not help matters this week as Colston finished with another dreadf..

San Francisco 49ers: Midseason Team Awards (Yahoo Contributor Network)

Overall, Vernon Davis has been Colin Kaepernick’s top receiver. His 17.9 yards-per-reception leads all qualified tight ends, while his seven scores trail only Jimmy Graham of the New Orleans Saints and Julius Thomas of the Denver Broncos. Patrick Wil..