There were more undrafted pro bowlers than in any "day 3" round. Interesting.
yes, but there were also quite a few more UDFAs than day 3 picks. So that amounts to about 100 or so guys in day 3 and 300 or so UDFAs each year. You throw enough against the wall, something will stick eventually.
I haven't played FF since 06', but I can't imagine how a top 5 FF player(I think) in Cam could last until the 7th or 8th rounds this year. As far as Benjamin, I have a feeling he will surprise everyone in the football world, outside of the Huddle.
Basically, a good RB is hard to find these days, so their value is higher than that of other positions. there are 2-3 RBs that can get you 20 pts a game, but there are 5-10 QBs that can do it.
I wouldn't mind if he didn't run his mouth after every. single. damn. play. I mean my god, he talks crap even after he gets burned. The difference between him and Mitchell is that Mitchell was aggressive and fired up and did it for the team. He never talked crap to anyone, he just beat them to the ground. His style of play benefited the defense in such a way that everyone else became aggressive and hyped up too. Norman just talks crap to feed his own ego.
Reeves was more decisive in his choice in lanes. You can see the split second decision from barner that isn't there with Reeves. Reeves also seems to cut harder than barner. I would love to see more reeves.
I'm interested to see how he plays in press coverage. Tweets from camp made it seem like he struggled with it. Is that a known issue that rookie WRs have? we haven't had a young WR worth a shit in so long, I don't even know what is reasonable to expect from the kid this year.