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Colts’ Glaring Roster Holes Mean Ryan Grigson Can’t Miss in 2015 Draft




Evaluating individuals in the NFL is very difficult.
Statistics and team results can't be used to evaluate individuals because those numbers are created by layers upon layers of contributing factors from different elements. As much as we want to simplify the evaluation process, the simple fact is that the game is too complex to be simplified to such a degree.
Without even considering the more convoluted details, such a thing as the importance of a running back's offensive line is something that gets lost in a lack of context. An average running back behind a great offensive line is more likely to produce galling stats than a good running back behind a bad offensive line.
This is something that is typically understood or can be explained to your average football fan. However, it's something that is primarily only considered with players.
Evaluating NFL players is difficult, but it's much easier to evaluate individual players than it is individual coaches o...

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