Brett Favre may have said it best after the Packers were clobbered by the Jets during the seasons final contest; for a team with the second best record in the NFC the Pack was not a very good. They had major holes to fill, yet a limited number of early round picks to fill them with.
May 27, 2003
Each year there are a few prospects that slip through the cracks or appear as diamonds in the rough. More often than not, these long shot rookies come from small schools. They have somehow eluded the top-notch Division I programs and made their football splash as big fish in a very small pond. Here are the 2003 rankings of the best draft sleepers.
February 13, 2003
Virginia Tech transfer who led the Blue Hens in rushing last season with 222 carries for 956 yards and 9 touchdowns, while catching 14 passes for 88 yards. Started seven games for the Hokies in 2001 after Lee Suggs went down with a knee injury, and finished the year rushing for 149/707/9. Saw minimal action his first two years in college.
February 10, 2003