Do they call it Garbage time because when a team is up big, their defense starts to play like garbage? I mean do defensive players these days Play to Win, but once they're in position to, it's time to let players on their fantasy teams or their friends fantasy teams rack up some numbers? Do these players start to feel bad that they have to make a game of it all the time? Defenses that stop playing hard for 60 minutes even though they are up big is to football what the pitch count is to baseball.. does some damage to the integrity of the game.
2009 NFL Draft Prospects: <br> William Moore Profile
Strengths: Terrific size and bulk with sub 4.5 speed ... Great instincts to diagnose the play ... Comfortable in run support and does not hesitate to lay the wood ... Adept to creating turnovers (10 interceptions, 4 forced fumbles in past three seasons) ... Playmaker who is always around the football ... Versatility to play strong or free safety, but is more well suited to be in the box ... Natural ability to blitz and get in the opponents backfield ... Outstanding leader.
Weaknesses: Does he have the recovery speed to play free safety? ... Somewhat disappointing senior campaign after a phenomenal junior season ... Needs to refine backpedal in coverage ... Sometimes plays out of control.
Summary: Moore provides some versatility, but I believe he will make his mark in the NFL as a strong safety ... He is a great playmaker and should instantly earn playing time in the league ... Solid first-round pick with the potential to go in the top 10.
Player Comparison: Adrian Wilson. Wilson does his damage in the running game, but he is also solid in pass coverage. Both players know how to make plays and be game-changers.