Looking at Tony Villiotti’s draft-class rankings for the years 1994-2004, he picks the Packers’ 1995 class as one of the NFL’s eight-best during that 10-year period, largely based on having produced seven rookie-season contributors, including eventual stars WR Antonio Freeman and G Adam Timmerman. Given that base line, I gotta believe the Packers’ 2005 draft will lead the way for the next 10-year period. It produced eight rookie-season contributors and future stars Aaron Rodgers and Nick Collins. Nothing beats a Super Bowl MVP unless it’s two Super Bowl MVPs, and Collins was probably Rodgers’ closest competition for Super Bowl XLV MVP.
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