We live in a world where statistics matter. A person's worth seems to be caught up in this vital information. How tall are you? How much money do you have in your bank account? How many children do you have?
Well obviously in sports we see this identified even more. A player's worth is 100 percent about the numbers they put up. How many home runs? What's his ERA? How many points does he average per game? How many goals did he score?
In football, where statistics are seemingly the least relevant, a statistical revolution is slowly but surely taking place as well. Players today are identified and evaluated by their statistics more than any generation of players the league has ever seen.
And since that seems to be the wave of the future for evaluating players, let's take a few moments to predict what kind of stats the Saints' rookies will put up in 2011.