I think it's important to grade relative to their draft spot. For instance, more weight should be given to a player drafted high that underperforms. Same with a player drafted low that overachieves relative to his position.
I'm not gonna do 2012. Too early to tell...
1. Jonathan Baldwin D- (I don't know if he sucks or if Cassel refuses to look his way)
2. Rodney Hudson C (decidedly average)
3. Justin Houston B+ (looking pretty good thus far)
3. Allen Bailey D+ (meh)
4. Jalil Brown C (been okay considering he was a 4th rounder)
5. Ricky Stanzi F (what's the point?)
5. Gabe Miller F (who?)
6. Jerrell Powe C- (not awful)
7. Shane Bannon F (nope)
1 Eric Berry C- (had one good year, got injured, having sub-par sophomore year)
2 Dexter McCluster D- (either he sucks or the coaching staff is awful)
2 Javier Arenas D (bad fulltime CB, not an atrocious nickel, not great on returns)
3 Jon Asamoah B (solid lineman for a 3rd rounder)
3 Tony Moeaki C (see Eric Berry)
5 Kendrick Lewis C (having a bad year but doesn't look to be awful overall)
5 Cameron Sheffield F (facepalm)
1 Tyson Jackson F (there is no bigger failure than this pick right here)
2. Cassel D- (only thing that didn't make this an F was his one decent season)
3 Alex Magee F (bad pick)
4 Donald Washington F (furk)
5 Colin Brown F (again, furk)
6 Quinten Lawrence F (poop)
7 Javarris Williams F (peanut)
7 Jake O'Connell D (for a 7th rounder...well, whatever)
7 Ryan Succop B+ (kickers are kind of a dime a dozen, but he's been solid)
If you were to assign a GPA, it would grade out to a 1.08 on a 4.0 scale.
"It is not enough that I succeed; everyone else must fail."
Last edited by bobbything; 11-15-2012 at 03:34 PM..