The NFL draft can make or break franchises, and some years are better than others when it comes to the talent pool. Looking back, 2010 was a fantastic year for talent, and many of the players who entered the league that year are still looking to make an impact in this year’s playoffs.
Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez are two such players, as they’ve been doing big things for the Pats since they were drafted two years ago. Gronkowski has been especially big, putting up historic numbers in 2011.
There’s also Tim Tebow, who looks to keep his magical run alive on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium and send the Broncos to the AFC championship.
But there are plenty of talented second-year players participating in the NFL’s other games this weekend, as well.