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Join our ESPN.com NFL experts for Thursday night football as the New Orleans Saints face off against divisional rivals the Atlanta Falcons.Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 8:30 p.
We assembled an eight-person panel to break down Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota in eight different categories.
ESPN NFL Nation reporter Pat Yasinskas picked Jameis Winston No. 1 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL Nation mock draft.
ESPN's NFL Nation mock draft was a good example of why you can't get caught up in projecting draft picks based solely on positional needs.
Tampa Bay has only 17 players that were drafted by the Bucs on the current roster. So it's pretty obvious they need to lean on this draft for players.
It again seems to be an overwhelming consensus that Jameis Winston will be the Bucs' choice in the NFL draft.
The option guarantees 2013 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Luke Kuechly $11.6 million in 2016.
Behind Julio Jones, the Falcons need to build depth.
There's logic to a quarterback-offensive line-defensive line order, but there are other needs as well.
The New Orleans Saints coach says front-office changes to scouting have gone smoothly.
Davis is eager to learn the tricks of the trade from Tillman, who excels at forcing fumbles.
There has been no indication of any possible contract holdouts this offseason with the New Orleans Saints.
Brees says he has a good enough relationship with the front office to know that those rumors weren't true.
Quinn recruited Williams when the new Falcons coach was an assistant at Florida, and they've stayed in touch.
Bucs coach Lovie Smith didn't dispute David Cornwell's comments about all draft prospects being unprepared for life in the NFL.
Here's a look at how NFL Nation predicted their teams will fare against the Saints in 2015.