The 2010 crop of NFL rookies is expected to be one of the best in decades. In fact this year's top five picks are expected to be solid blue chippers (or even Pro-Bowlers) for the next ten years.
But, this draft wasn't just top heavy, it was also very deep. A lot of guys (like Notre Dame quaterback Jimmy Clausen) slid into later rounds either because there was a greater need at another position,or because the player that fell into their lap was just too good to pass up.
For the most part rookies are a work in progress, and the guys that will be playing in the AFC South are no exception.
Some of them will make immediate impacts this year, but most of them won't become serious game changers for a couple of seasons.