Rookie Flaws Guaranteed to Drive Coaches Crazy in 2013

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Rookie Flaws Guaranteed to Drive Coaches Crazy in 2013
Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
Ball security issues are common throughout this rookie class.

The collaboration between an NFL personnel department and a coaching staff is vital to the success of a team. The coaches have to feel that they can coach a player and get them to improve. Only in rare cases is a college player a finished product.

Coaches can go crazy trying to get a player to improve a particular skill, and some players will lose playing time if they can’t fix an issue. Turnovers are especially troublesome to coaches because they are so closely tied to the success of the team. Coaches also don’t like to see yards or big plays left on the field. 

Anything the coaches feel is a flaw that can be corrected will drive them crazy, and the 2013 rookie class certainly has its fair share.

A flaw doesn’t make the prospect a bad player, and several of my favorite prospects at their respective positions are on this list. 

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