By KFFL Staff | Categories: NFL
The NFL Network concluded its Top 100. What would a Top 100 look like if it was based on how general managers actually allocated their money? More quarterbacks and less running backs.
I'm not saying Merlin is wrong to recall the past; it's good to know the history of players because it helps the analysis process. But he might've changed his mind knowing that Farnsworth's cutter has changed his game for the better since '09. His K/9 is down this year, but his diverse arsenal and triple-digit heat was calibrated when he tried to enter the Kansas City Royals' rotation in 2010. It helped teach him how to pitch.