Rookie Review: Detroit Lions

2011 NFL Draft–

(1-2) Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska: The man was a trained killer on the football field, one who continually overwhelmed blockers with his superhuman strength. What’s amazing about Suh is that he dominated without using a wide variety of pass rush moves, relying instead on his physical tools and first-step agility to disrupt offenses. The Oregon native registered 10 sacks in his first pro season and was named the Associated Press Defensive Rookie of the Year, along with being voted into the Pro Bowl. He is suddenly evoking comparisons to “Mean” Joe Greene. Lofty praise, indeed!  Grade: A+

(1-30) Jahvid Best, RB, California: Best shocked and amazed onlookers with his mesmerizing speed and ability to plant and accelerate in training camp. But although he offered glimpses of his explosiveness, Best’s year was a rather disappointing one due to two lingering turf toes that prevented him from

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