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Eagles Question of the Day: What is the least important NFL Combine result?

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The prospects are in Indy! Let’s argue!

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The 2020 NFL Combine is this week, and as we start looking at prospects for the Eagles to nab later on in April, players undergo everything from physical and mental evaluations, to on-field workouts.

Scouts and coaches are probably a bit more focused on how these prospects handle themselves in interviews and perform in some of the skill drills they do later in the week — but, the internet LOVES a good hand size comparison and criticism.

Among the measurements taken for the guys in Indy are height, weight, hand size, and wingspan. The players also record (some combination of) bench press reps and 40-yard dash times, in addition to the 3-cone drill, vertical jump, broad jump, and 20- and 60-yard shuttle drills.

All these end with a lot of numbers for people to analyze, compare, and judge.

But, which ones really matter?


What is the least important NFL Combine result?

Sounds off in the comments!