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Wide Receivers A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals; Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons
It would be rare for the two highest drafted players to fill out the All-Rookie roster at wide receiver, but we believe in A.J. Green and Julio Jones ability to acclimate to the NFL in a hurry.
A.J. Green will be working with either Carson Palmer, who has asked to be traded, or rookie Andy Dalton in his first season. We like both pairings.
Dalton is not a deep ball passer and will look to use Green on quick slants and digs, where Green excels with run after catch ability.
Julio Jones steps in to an ideal situation with a Pro Bowl quarterback in Matt Ryan. The Atlanta offense is built to utilize his talents, and established stars Roddy White and Tony Gonzalez will keep defenses from focusing too much on Jones.
Tight End Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota Vikings
The addition of Kyle Rudolph in Minnesota will be met with welcome arms.
Rudolph brings an athletic presence as a move tight end. Whether it is rookie Christian Ponder or a veteran feeding him the ball, Rudolph will find favorable match-ups on the inside with Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin drawing safety help at wide receiver.