You know what pisses me of about the drafts and "player rankings" is that ALL of it is pretty much based on ONE DAY, the combine. That, to me, is RIDICULOUS. People have bad days, NOBODY is simply stunning 365 days a year. If you are a NFL hopeful and your bad day happens to fall on the combine day, you're basically screwed, you can, in theory, go from round 1 to undrafted based on ONE DAY's workouts. I personally think player stock and rankings should be based on their college CAREER, with the workouts at the Combine and Pro Days factored in but not bearing the majority of their ranking. Take Benson for example. BEFORE the combine he was HANDS DOWN the top rated back, no question about it. Then Ronnie has a great workout and he shoots to the top, WHEN BENSON DIDN'T EVEN WORKOUT. I know people will say "well, he shoulda attended the combine" etc etc, but thats not my point. My point is suddenly Ronnie Brown (not to take anythign away from him, he is a great back) is the #1 RB and #1 PLAYER (or top 5 anyway) on EVERYONE'S boards because he had a great wourkout, and nobody even SAW Benson's workouts yet. This Ronnie Brown rise and Cedric Benson fall happened even BEFORE Benson did his Pro Day. I just think it's absolute BS that a guy (Benson) can have an amazing career all through college and be the unchallenged #1 RB and then a good workout for another player and bad one for him drops his stock to the 2nd or 3rd best RB (depending on what boards you look at). In a game you don't run a straight ahead 40yd dash, in a game you don't stand perfectly still and jump as high or long as you can, in a game you don't lay on a bench and lift some weights, so why do THOSE attributes hold more weight it seems than their ACTUAL play IN GAMES???? BS, pure BS.