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Old 02-03-2005   #5
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Not many rookies are going to turn around a franchise in his first season. Fitzgerald had like 8TDs right? He also caught for somewhere around 700 yards. That's not bad considering he was going to a team with a QB being a starter for the first time in his career, and already had two young talented WRs. Add to that the QB shuffle by Green when he switched between Navarre and Blake during the season. I really think it's too early to tell how talented last year's draft was, but its important to take into consideration players like Micheal Clayton who had an outstanding rookie season despite not being among the first few WRs taken. Every draft is different, and the hype surrounding it is no different. Even though the 2005 draft isn't chalked full of big names I think there are a few positions where there is alot of quality depth (ie RB, DE).
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