- James Walker, ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter
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Everyone in our community is excited following the conclusion of the 2011 NFL draft.
On paper, all four teams did well. But we won't know for sure until these rookies hit the field.
With that said, here are some interesting comments from AFC North blog readers following the 2010 NFL draft.
"Somebody tell me why I should like this T.J. Ward pick? Don't get it. I know we need a safety, but who is this guy?"
"I liked Taylor Mays a lot better. He's much bigger and much faster. Probably the best all-around athlete in the draft. You can't teach size or speed, but you can teach a kid how to cover better and how to tackle better. Mays' ceiling is infinite, while Ward's is not."
"I knew Kyle Wilson was the real deal. He jumps off the screen the way he attacks and plays downhill all the time. I'm still irked he's not gonna be wearing black and gold. Maurkice Pouncey will be good, I hope. Because if he isn't, I'll be ticked if Wilson is as good as advertised."
"I was just doing some research, and Jonathan Dwyer in the sixth round? What an unbelievable steal."
"I'll say this and then I have to go: Brandon Ghee will be a star for the Bengals."
"The Cincinnati Bengals now have the deepest receiving corps in the league by far."
"I don't know who your team is but they can't beat the Bengals' receiving corps. Maybe when they make cuts in training camp your team can pickup Bengals' scraps."
"The only beef I have with the Browns' draft is passing on Sergio Kindle in favor of T.J. Ward. This one will come back to bite 'em. They could have taken Ward later on. Kindle is going to be a force and Ozzie Newsome will be dubbed a genius the way he has handled the draft over the years."
"I think our division had the best draft of all divisions and the competition in our division will once again be great. The Ravens look like they will win the division and I am going to say the Browns will surprise some people this year. Depending on how long Ben Roethlisberger's suspension turns out to be either 4 or 6 games, Pitt might be third or maybe last in the division this year."
Remember last year?
Everyone in our community is excited following the conclusion of the 2011 NFL draft.On paper, all four teams did well. But we won't know for sure until these rookies hit the field.