I got bored today and decided to take a look at all the first rounds since 1990. I found something interesting. Less than 25% of the 1st round picks during during that 17 year period actually panned out to be substantial contributors in the NFL. I'm not talking about, Pro-bowl level or Hall of famer level performers here. Just starters or even contributing a decent amount of playing time as a reserve, which should be less than expected from a 1st rounder. Interestingly, I found much greater historical contribution from latter round players, especially 2nd and 3rd rounders. What my point is, is that this 2007 draft is considered weak at the top end but that really shouldn't mean much since the majority of true contributors have been found after round 1 anyway. Take a look at the 90-93 1st rounders. You'd puke.