Offensive: 1) RG3 - 2nd QB taken and 2nd pick overall, but in my opinion goes into the best situation. He has veteran weapons to throw to in Santana Moss, Chris Cooley, and Fred Davis. Also doesn't hurt to have Roy Helu to dump off passes to. If the oline gives him time he'll gash the defense through the air or on the ground on his way to a great year. While he won't have a Cam Newton-type rookie campaign, it will still be very impressive. 2) Trent Richardson - Richardson is one of the best prospects to enter the NFL in a long time. Few believe he will be a bust or injury prone but I say "negative." Trent is the type of running back that everyone wants. He has that NFL-level size, speed, and strength. No question he'll need the oline to open the holes but he'll be able to make a few himself. As much as the Browns are going to be leaning on him, I can't see him not contending for the ROY award. 3) Andrew Luck - It's a new era in Indy, and the rebuiding project all starts with Andrew Luck. The kid has a solid veteran target at WR in Reggie Wayne and two young TEs to throw to in Dwayne Allen and Coby Fleener, who he already has chemistry with since they played at Stanford together. That alone could be enough to help Luck on his way to an outstanding rookie year. 4) Kendall Wright - Wright is gonna be a guy that teams are gonna be worried about. Has good hands and is extremely dangerous after the catch. Could very well be the next Santana Moss. Very nice complement to start opposite of Kenny Britt or an excellent slot WR. Would have to have a record-setting year to win the ROY award but he'll have a great season whether it's Jake Locker or Matt Hasselbeck. 5) Michael Floyd - Lot's of people expect Blackmon on this list but I say "nay." I think Blackmon is flip of the coin on his boom or bust potential. Floyd is gonna benefit greatly from the attention that Larry Fitzgerald will be getting. He's big, physical, and has the speed to be a threat. Only thing holding him back is that Larry Fitzgerald will still get more passes his way, but Floyd will get enough to be a contender and a playmaker. I expect at this time next season will be talking about how the Arizona Cardinal have the best WR duo in the NFL.