The draft gets closer and closer by the minute. John Idzik and company are getting their last bit of work done before they hit Radio City Music Hall on Thursday, April 25th, for the start of the draft. The draft analysts are getting their final picks in as well, laying out their predictions as to what is going to happen April 25-27.
Instead of continuing the future analysis, however, we are taking a look back. Specificially we are taking a look at each choice the Hets have in the 2013 NFL draft, and see what quality of players has been chosen at that position, from the year 2000 to the present.
Last week, we broke down the results of the 9th pick since the year 2000. You can read Part I, Part II, and Part III, if you haven’t and you might like to. Take a look at the three parts, and you will notice one thing. Pretty much, everybody selected well from the early positions. John Izik’s odds are quite good that things will go well.
But, what about the rest of the other choices? Let’s start looking back, with the year 2000:
MIKE BROWN, FS DALLAS
Brown was the 39th pick overall by the Chicago Bears in the 2000 season. Mike ha been with the Chicago Bears from the day he was drafted through the 2008 season. He went on to start one season to finish his career with the Kansas City Chiefs. Here are some stats:
|2009||Kansas City Chiefs||16||16||103||79||24||2.0||–||3||3||13||4.3||10||0||0|
Good choice, a solid contributor.