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Post Draft Analysis: A Fun Waste of Time

Published by on April 16, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Looking back, 2006 is one of the best recent years to revisit post-Draft analysis. Articles ridiculing the Texans, praising the Cardinals, and believing there must be some genuine divinity behind the Saints that allowed them to grab the consensus best player in the draft.

How many people still want to say they would rather have Reggie Bush over Mario Williams. Williams has 30.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles (plus he returned one for a touchdown) and just started in his first Pro Bowl.

Bush, on the other hand, has been injury plagued. And when he is on the field, he has been far from the "game changer" that the "Consensus Number One Pick" should be. Twenty touchdowns and over 3,000 total yards (not counting returns) ...

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