Is it better to be a first-round pick and receive the fifth-year option -- or to be a second-round pick and hit free agency a year earlier? Find out.
Even if you don't have a need at the position, adding young QBs in the middle to late rounds is always a smart move, as Mase explains in this week's Mailbag.
History -- both recent and distant -- shows why you can't judge a young quarterback by his first season.
Other topics this week include the stylistic chasm between college and pro football and the possibilities at tight end in the draft.
A common Mailbag topic is actually on the docket at the NFL Annual Meeting, as the Eagles have proposed to scrap the rule. What could that mean?
Also ... why a Darren Sproles-Christian McCaffrey comparison isn't completely accurate, and some Day 3 QBs who could be worth a look in the draft.
The increased learning curve for O-linemen could help future free agents with similar resumes to Menelik Watson.
The tape matters more, but what can you learn from what happens in Indianapolis? That and more is in this week's Mailbag.
With the Scouting Combine just days away and the new league year beginning in a week and a half, there's plenty to discuss.
A Presidents Day weekend mailbag begins with a question about the Broncos' own Hall of Presidents, so to speak -- their Ring of Fame.