K.C. Joyner looks at some free-agent WRs with lesser name value, such as Kevin Walter, Chris Chambers, Torry Holt and even Mr. Terrell Owens (thought to be past his prime). Metric analysis actually shows these guys to be good value pickups.
This weekend, Hall of Fame voters face a logjam at wide receiver. While Jerry Rice is in, voters will have to choose which, if any, of Cris Carter, Tim Brown and Andre Reed will be headed to Canton as well. K.C. Joyner breaks down the stats.
K.C. Joyner evaluates the stock of ND QB Jimmy Clausen. While there may be disagreement about Clausen's arm strength, Clausen's other game management skills give him the look of a successful NFL quarterback.
K.C. Joyner evaluates UCLA DT Brian Price. In a lot of ways, Price compares favorably to Ndamukong Suh, who many believe will go No. 1 overall this year (so that's a good thing). In two very key ways, though, he falls far short.
K.C. Joyner breaks down Georgia Tech defensive stud Derrick Morgan. After one tape viewing, Joyner thought he was similar to Ndamukong Suh (for real). After a few more, he realized there were some drawbacks -- specifically, two of 'em.
K.C. Joyner evaluates 2010 NFL draft entrant Dan Williams and concludes that while the Tennessee DL is wildly inconsistent, the potential makes him a good risk for a team that can motivate the big man.
K.C. Joyner evaluates 2010 NFL draft entrant Bruce Campbell, late of the Maryland Terrapins. His take? Excellent run blocker -- he wins an other-worldly percentage of his POA blocks -- but the pass-blocking could use a bit of work.