Do 40 times and all the other things they measure at the combine actually matter, or do teams put too much stock in them? I think they're way overrated. I'm always hearing about how certain players hurt their draft position because of a slow 40 time, but why does that even matter? Most of these players were considered fast in college, but now all of a sudden they're slow? Then you have players who come out of nowhere and put up ridiculous numbers at the combine, like Vernon Davis, they get drafted real high, and then don't perform. I don't care how players perform in drills. I think the most important thing is seeing how they play on the field during actual games.