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Rob: Sadly, the Buffalo Bills rookie of the year was an undrafted free agent. C.J. Spiller had high expectations for the season, but saw limited time, leaving the former Florida Gator WR/TE, David Nelson with the honor of rookie of the year.
He began the year as the No. 4 receiver, but when fellow wideout Roscoe Parrish went down with an injury against the Chicago Bears, Nelson stepped up to the plate.
Nelson caught 31 passes, 20 of those for first downs, for 353 yards, while scoring three touchdowns. With Marcus Easley and Roscoe Parrish returning next season, the Bills will most likely part ways with one of their receivers.
Chris: David Nelson. Arthur Moats is a close second, but the undrafted wideout from Florida was great on third downs and flashed some great pass catching ability in tight spaces.
Dan: David Nelson, because he played a greater role over the duration of the season. Arthur Moats finishes a close second.