Blah! Blah! Blah! Spin it any way you like, with JJ (Dumb) and JG (Dumber 2), we will NEVER get to a SB, let alone win one. Romo injured again; Dumber 2 should have never let him play in a game with the dirty, scumbag, neanderthal Seahawks. They don't tackle; they aim to maim and, in any way, take players out of the game. So, despite a positive backup (Dak), there goes another season.
This order is based off of my end of the season power rankings. I know this is a long shot be what happens next spring, but I will do my best since I cannot predict breakout stars and small school studs. Here is a link to my power rankings if you like explanations why your team is selecting where. http://walterfootball.com/PowerRankings/Published/490
Strengths: High level of athleticism ... Great body control ... Nice vertical ... Good muscle definition ... Flips hips quickly ... Instinctive player who anticipates ... Great ball skills ... Good awareness in zone and understands his role ... Productive ... Versatile on special teams; can return punts ... Leader who improves level of play around him ... Confident ... Great fit for Tampa 2 teams.
Weaknesses: Questionable speed and doesn't look to have the burst to recover if beaten deep ... Below average height ... Not an ideal fit in press man schemes ... Could be more physical ... Needs to refine wrap-up tackling technique ... Needs to do a better job of getting a jam at the LOS.
Summary: Moore has a very good skill set, and a lot of his question marks are correctable with better coaching at the next level, but they remain weaknesses. Interviews are key for Moore and teams need to see if he really loves the game.
Player Comparison: Terrence McGee. McGee is great in zone coverage for Buffalo, and he is an athletic corner that makes plays on the ball. Both are a little undersized.