2010 NFL Draft Pre-Preseason All-Rookie Team: Offense

May 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the NFL Draft nearly a month behind us, it is time to close out the 2010 coverage with a stab at the 2010-2011 All-Rookie Team. The selections are based on a combination of talent, opportunity, and gut instinct. While it would be easy to just select first and second rounders, there are some surprise selections mixed in.  
2010-2011 NFL All-Rookie Offensive Team
QB: Jimmy Clausen (Carolina) - Bradford was the top pick, but Clausen landed in a better situation, going to a team with one of the league's best rushing attacks, a talented offensive line, and of course, Steve Smith.
RB: Ryan Mathews (San Diego) and Ben Tate (Houston) - C.J. Spiller and Jahvid Best were considerations and have game-breaking potential, but Mathews and Tate are all-around backs with the ability to run inside or outside, plus will be factors in the receiving game. Tate is a surprise selection, but he is a great scheme fit and may have the best chance of...

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