Every year when the NFL holds their draft, the talking heads on television spend most of their energy discussing the first round, especially the first few selections. This energy wanes to the point where the talking heads are telling stories about their own families as the event winds down.
Many of the analysts are only familiar with the first rounders, or what their assistants tell them. There are still many more players who go drafted and undrafted that have significant impact on the league.
Most of this year's focus has been on St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, the first overall selection of the 2010 Draft. Bradford has played well this year, as expected for a player who may earn $86 million over six seasons.
Here is a list of players who make peanuts in comparison, but are having just as much impact on the NFL as Bradford is right now.