It hasn't taken long for analysts to hurl themselves from the Jadeveon Clowney bandwagon and buy seats on the Teddy Bridgewater express.
The South Carolina defensive end billed as the best player in college football, a demigod after his hit on Vincent Smith of Michigan in the Outback Bowl, has struggled in the first two games of this young season.
But given the expectations heaped on his head, who could expect Clowney to realize such lofty goals? More surprising than his lackluster performance is how quickly pundits are dropping his draft status.
Is Clowney still the No. 1 overall pick in 2014? B/R Lead NFL Draft Analyst Matt Miller weighs in on the discussion in this video.
Highlights courtesy of XOS Digital.