The NFL Scouting Combine is right around the corner and like every year, critics are wondering if it's just a dog-and-pony show. Some analysts say the Combine measures everything but what's important. If a team or scout wants to know how a player will perform on the field, they should just watch him play. Proponents say it's a useful event to collect additional information on a player before the NFL Draft. Even if it's imperfect, it still yields important information. What do you think? 🏈
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