Lynch tries to wake up his echoes
April 15, 2014INDIANA SPORTS PAGE
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - When talking about the NFL Draft, "can't miss" can turn into "never was" in a matter of months.
Player evaluation has always been more volatile than the stock market. Take Teddy Bridgewater, for instance. The former Louisville standout was the No. 1-rated prospect on many boards after taking his last snap for the Cardinals and the top-rated quarterback by a country mile.
Today, despite the fact Bridgewater has yet to take one competitive snap in the interim, numerous scouts have downgraded him behind fellow signal callers Blake Bortles and Johnny Manziel, while some others have even vaulted Derek Carr, who has undergone his own roller-coaster ride during this process, ahead of him.
Tomorrow, the winds may shift again.
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