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|01-21-2011, 12:10 AM||#1|
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Let's hear it for the Class of 2010
Just curious especially for the old timers, has there ever been a draft class that has been a bigger contribution all around the board? This is the first time I've seen this many rookies involved in a big way.
Pouncey has been the only o-lineman that started every game this season, pro bowl nominee, not too shabby.
Sanders has been money, catches nearly everything thrown at him and also crushed a few defenders on blocks a la hines ward. This guy will be fierce when he has an entire offseason to hit the weights and add some bulk to his frame.
Brown has had less playing time, but in his limited play time, made 2 huge plays that possibly were the game-winners (kickoff TD vs titans, 58 yard circus catch vs ravens)
Stevenson Sylvester is a beast on special teams. Although the unit has a lot for improvement, it is much improved from last year. It seems like Sysvester is always near the football or in on the play when a returner is dropped. I'm hoping this kid can learn ILB and be an eventual replacement for Farrior in a couple years. The coaching staff is definitely high on him.
I don't think I've been this high on any draft class in recent memory, a good portion of them are immediate contributors in a big way, and the list doesn't end there. There's still Worilds and Butler who are waiting in the ranks for their chance
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