View Full Version : Some NFL Draft Coverage

03-19-2007, 10:37 AM
f you are among the group of us that enjoys the NFL Draft just as much - if not more - than the actual NFL games, you'll appreciate this post about the NFL Combine and workout numbers. If you're real hardcore and actual visit the draft sites religiously, this may be redundant.

Overall, the talent in this year's draft is below average. It appears stronger than the notoriously lousy 2005 draft where Alex Smith was drafted No.1, yet it pales in comparison to last year's draft class, a group that may have several future All-Pros (Texans MLB Demeco Ryans, Packers OLB A.J. Hawk, Ravens DT Haloti Ngata), a trio of 10-year NFL starting quarterbacks (Titans' Vince Young, Broncos' Jay Cutler, Cardinals' Matt Leinart), and very few notable busts.

Anyway, the big winners in the off-season workout programs are:


03-19-2007, 11:12 AM
anyone calling Houston a "workout warrior" is dumb. he shutdown every receiver he faced this year.