The frenzy of the NFL combine has come and gone, and we're left with an excess of numbers that dictate the value of over 300 NFL hopefuls. For the Washington Redskins, the 2014 combine could very well dictate the early success of Jay Gruden's tenure as head coach.
Numbers alone don't tell the story, but they go a long way towards deciding between prospect A or prospect B. This distinction can change a team for better or for worse.
Without a first-round pick, the Redskins will have to scrutinize the early talent to see who may fall out of the first round that fits their need, or what middle-round prospect is a better fit or value pick.
Here are just a few things the Redskins should take away from this year's combine.