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The St. Louis Rams opened the 2010 draft by choosing Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford.
Bradford has tons of upside, but hasn't produced as expected. In two seasons, he's 8-18 as a starter and owns a 74.2 passer rating.
Bradford looked good in 2010, throwing 18 for touchdowns and 3,500 yards. However, in last year's injury-plagued season, he only threw six touchdowns for 2,100 yards with six interceptions.
Second overall pick Ndamukong Suh, however, quickly established himself as one of the NFL's best defensive tackles.
The former Nebraska Cornhusker finished the 2010 season with 10 sacks, one interception, three passes deflected, one forced fumble and one fumble return for a touchdown.
In 2011, Suh netted only 26 tackles and four sacks, and also missed two games.
Both had stellar seasons in 2010. Both dipped in production in 2011.
However, Suh strikes fear to opponents more than Bradford does. Until Bradford can prove he can stay healthy and get over the hump, Suh takes it.