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    My Vote For Best Offensive And Defensive Players Drafted Per Year,Each Year Since The Year 2000
    Some Picks Were Tough,
    Others Were Easy.

    These are guys I think when we look back a decade from now,these guys are what I say will be considered the best of that particular year.....

    2000 - Best Offensive Drafted Player of Year - Tom Brady (Patriots)
    Best Defensive Drafted Player Of Year - Brian Urlacher (Bears)

    2001 - Best Offensive Drafted Player Of Year - Ladanian Tomlinson (Chargers)
    Best Defensive Drafted Player Of Year - Nate Clements (Bills/49ers)

    2002 - Best Offensive Drafted Player Of Year - Dan Graham (Patriots/Broncos)
    Best Defensive Drafted Player Of Year - Ed Reed (Ravens)

    2003 - Best Offensive Drafted Player Of Year - Larry Johnson (Chiefs)
    Best Defensive Drafted Player Of Year - Troy Polamalu (Steelers)

    2004 - Best Offensive Drafted Player Of Year - Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals)
    Best Defensive Drafted Player Of Year - Tommie Harris (Bears)

    2005 - Best Offensive Drafted Player Of Year - Frank Gore (49ers)
    Best Defensive Drafted Player Of Year - Shawne Merrimen (Chargers)

    2006 - Best Offensive Drafted Player Of Year - Reggie Bush (Saints)
    Best Defensive Drafted Player Of Year - DeMeco Ryans (Texans)


    Of course the 2006 picks as well are what I presume will be the 2 best players of 2006 when we look back in a few years,they may not exactly have been the best players in that catagory last year,but Bush and Ryans played well enough to earn my vote as future All Pros for a long time ahead.

    Agree Or Disagree - Your Picks?
    Last edited: Apr 12, 2007
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