I am looking for writers to write an article forecasting each teams draft for www.NFLDraftSpot.com. In order to maintain a consistent look, they will need to be done in the following format. These don’t need to be overly long or drawn out. But they do need to be well written and provide solid information. If I get multiple articles for any one team, I will use the article I feel is best. Please email to NFLDraftSpot@yahoo.com. Note, I will need your full name for the Written By: John Doe part. Thank you.
On The Clock: Your Team
-Introduction paragraph that summarizes their 2009 season.
-Paragraph summarizing their 2009 draft
-Paragraph summarizing their 2010 needs, and why they are needs. Touch on potential free agents who may or could be leaving
-Paragraph forecasting what direction they could take in the 2010 draft. More so talk positions instead of actual prospects
-Paragraph talking about potential prospects the Your Team may or should have their eye on.
-Closing paragraph that summarizes what to expect next season. Example; If my Team is able to sure up their holes in the offensive line, blah, blah, blah. They will hope to continue to develop John Doe, etc, etc, etc.
2009 Draft Picks
2010 Draft Picks
List the picks they have in the 2010 draft
We will start with the 32nd pick (SB winner), and work backwards. I will take care of formatting and adding pictures, etc.
The plan is to start with the Super Bowl winning team and the article will appear in the slider. It will be placed into an "On The Clock" section, then go to the next team. Feel free to do as many articles for as many teams as you want, just as long as you have a good beat on all of thier information.
In addition, the articles will appear on NFLSpot.com, and articles about the 49ers, Buccaneers, Colts, Panthers, Ravens, Steelers, Titans, and Vikings will appear on www.49ersSpot.com, www.BuccaneersSpot.com, www.ColtsSpot.com, etc...
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