When the NFL completes its draft in April, there is no shortage of opinions from the “experts” who attempt to grade each team's decisions the very next day. However, those same experts are nowhere to be found two years later when that predicted “bust” turns into an All-Pro, or that “best thing since sliced bread” turns into a drag on his team's salary cap. It usually takes a minimum of two years to determine whether the person pulling the trigger on draft day made all the right moves. This draft will be no different. Even though it is still too early to call, let’s take a look back at the 2009 first round of the draft and see how things are progressing 12 weeks into the season. 1. Matthew Stafford, QB (Detroit Lio ...
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