I echo this link. The GMs this year didn't make barely any mistakes.
The draft is a lot like a poker tourney.
By the 25th hand, dave missed out on a great pot one hand before. While believing he could bait the others GM into a big win, everyone folded and he only got the blinds at 25.
A few more hands are played, in a bold move dave panics and puts 60% of his remaing chips for a hand. BUST! If he only waited, there was a STRONG hand waiting @ 57.......
But daves still in the game, rather than being sad, he doubles down again............ same result- Busted.
Now all he has left are his blinds, he doesn't even look at his cards. Folds each hand,
Just a random draft-nik opinion on the interwebs, but could easily be the reason the Panthers feel Funchess >> Strong.
The drill was blatantly set up for one person to fail. Tell me why the full motion is important? It's just a cop out because you don't know what you're looking at. The most important part of this route is shown. One guy does it very well and smoothly, while the other one is stiff as heck because he doesn't know how to properly run this route.
You can change the speed and watch in in slow motion or frame by frame here: http://gfycat.com/IdolizedQuaintEyas
The game tape of each already paints a clear picture. Funchess' very good hips show up on tape. Strong's stiffness shows up on tape.
I set out to sync the two routes by their step at the 30-yard mark. It's coincidental that the start off the LOS happened to match as well.
The full route only makes Strong look worse. You can see he "cheats" by turning slightly to his right while breaking down.
Funchess is smoother because he "bounces" his feet and gets his head down while sinking his hips. Strong just keeps his upper body in the same position/posture.
Funchess's head turn is also smoother. It means he's more relaxed. Strong's head turns with his body, while Funchess' body turns with his head.