Majority Vote: Who Will Be The Most Successful Rookie Safety in 2010?

July 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In today's annual gridiron meets, passing is the most important aspect when it comes to victory. Evolution is taking place quickly, as the hard-nosed approach of smashmouth football has vanished. The AFC Champion Colts, for example, rely heavily on the air while the ground is just another change of pace.
With the aforementioned paragraph, it's assumed the safety position is destined to become vital on the turf. Even certain strong safeties like Adrian Wilson and Atari Bigby have transformed into game-changers. The free safety spot is more of a ballhawk position, thus the new breed is conforming to the faster, stronger wide-outs.
That said, the 2010 NFL Draft contained multiple safeties that will become field generals as time progresses. Taylor Mays and Eric Berry were atop the speculation while Nate Allen is another sudden asset. However, none of the above athletes will be the best rookie safety of 2010.
While talent is undoubtedly the most attractive trait, in...

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