RC: Griffin is as unique as they come because, basically, he's perfect. That's not hyperbole. He has the total package of physical talent and all the intangibles a franchise player needs to fill that role. He has matched natural athletic ability with extreme determination, a high level of focus, intelligence and humility. That results from how his parents raised him according to their Christian and military values and from how intensely his father trained him in football and running track. His parents emphasized to him at a young age the importance of humility and preparation. Those two traits help him handle the avalanche of attention he has received. His physical ability and work ethic help him meet expectations on the field, and his affable personality lends itself to being a star off it. He's mature, smart, talented and willing to work hard. He almost seems too good to be true, but actually he's worth everything the Redskins traded in order to draft him -- and more.
MV: Alfred Morris has been one of the NFL's biggest surprises. He was a sixth-round pick, but here he is, sitting among the league leaders in rushing. What does he do well and how did he fly under the radar?