What you see is what you get...no more no less. Don't blink...because you may miss it...that is if anything happens on the way to the 40. I have to rant a bit here. I am truly unfazed by 4.3/4.4 speed anymore...in today's NFL it has become a necessity to have some of it on offense and defense. But in and by itself it means nothing(see Bethel Johnson). Now...don't get me wrong. A TALENTED player like Maroney or Jackson who has that speed will help your offense tremendously. There are even slower players than that who are extremely productive also. But...if 4.3/4.4 speed was truly special then why are there so many UDFA's who have it and yet went undrafted? How about 11 special teams daredevils who all run 4.4's but can't tackle that well...how far will that get you? Sorry for the rant...but if I hear another sports media hack write or talk about 4.3/4.4 speed I'm going to puke. Get over it...it means nothing as there are dozens and dozens of Bethel Johnsons and Jakari Wallaces out there...and I am not impressed. It's the media COP OUT TODAY...WRITE ABOUT A PLAYERS SPEED. What ever happened to good old sports journalism? Tell me why a player is so special, or tell me something athletically unique about a player. How many players can leap over a line like bruschi to tackle a runner? How many players like Seymour can fake 2 fat guys out of their cleats and tackle a guy with 1 arm? How many players like Wilfork who can run the 10 about as fast as a 4.4 receiver...NOW THAT'S TALENT IN MY EYES. How many players run 40 yards anyways? Doesn't a 4.55 player taking the correct angle tackle the 4.4 guy anyways...Bruschi doesn't appear to have a problem with it. From now on I don't care to hear about the 40. The short shuttle and the 3-cone maybe. Better yet...give me the 20 on a guy running through some hungry alligators....I'll take the lowest timed guy on that one.