PFF grades should kind of be taken with a grain of salt. A tackle that loses a battle to an undrafted rookie is graded the same as a one that looses a battle to JJ Watt. It's like a +1 or -1 no matter who you are playing against.
Also some of the coverage grades are kind of questionable. A LB or CB or S that picks up a receiver that was not his responsibility, but no one else picked him up gets graded down for allowing the catch. But he was picking up for someone elses mistake. So should he be?
All I am saying is PFF is a good base line to grade someone but its not like its the bible or something.
None of the guys at the Shrine bowl are going in the first round. Most of them will be lucky to be drafted at all. These are all 5th-7th round guys if not UDFA. You are just looking for BPA at that point.
During the regular season the biggest upset was us beating the 49ers, in Candlestick in '95. During the playoffs beating the Eagles in the NFC championship game and a Seahawks win would not change that.