Originally Posted by Menardo75
Mayock is usually spot on with his analysis of DB's which is to be expected since that was the position he played. He is routinely far off base however with his offensive and defensive line rankings which bugs me. I think if you're looking at the entire body of work for all positions Kiper is still the best.
I like Kiper but Mayock is better. Mayock isn't perfect by any means but his contacts are superb and he sticks to his guns when he really likes a player.
The only areas where I think you can question him is that he likes certain types of players at certain positions.
i.e. TE's - he likes TE's who can block and doesn't always get enamored by the TE's who are just good pass receivers.
i.e. He prefers the 4-3 defense and is most comfortable in analyzing 4-3 defenders.