Rookie Watch 2012

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  1. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    GMFL 2012 Rookie Watch
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    2012 Rookie Tracker
    Rookies followed throughout the
    season, due to draft status,
    playing time, or expectations
    Franchise QB Candidates
    i (1).png #12 Andrew Luck
    Indianapolis Colts
    RD: 1 PK: 1
    Stanford
    Expectations: Very High
    2012 Season Stats:
    66% COMP, 1305 YDS, 14 TD, 7 INT, 118.6 QBR
    Last Game (W 38-17 vs GB): 15/28, 356 YDS, 4 TD, 3 INT
    Comments: Luck is throwing the ball all over the place, which is leading to lots of yards, touchdowns, and a very high yards per attempt number, giving him a slightly misleading high QBR. Unfortunately, all the risky throws are leading to INTs and a below average completion percentage as well for the number one overall pick. He has shown he has all the talent needed to correct his mistakes and develop into a great QB, but he's on pace to shatter Peyton Manning's rookie INT record.
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    i.png #10 Robert Griffin III
    Washington Redskins
    RD: 1 PK: 2
    Baylor
    Expectations: Very High
    2012 Season Stats:
    70% COMP, 1409 YDS, 13 TD, 3 INT, 117.2 QBR, 32 CAR, 308 YDS, 4 RUSH TD
    Last Game (W 30-26 vs ATL): 21/28, 370 YDS, 3 TD, 5 CAR, 28 YDS, RUSH TD
    Comments: RGIII has lit up the NFL in his first few weeks, making minimal mistakes and throwing it even better than expected, especially in the accuracy department. Add in his rushing numbers and the undefeated record, and it is shaping up to be a very impactful rookie venture for Griffin, who is up there in ROTY consideration at this point.
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    i (2).png #17 Ryan Tannehill
    Baltimore Ravens
    RD: 1 PK: 8
    Texas A&M
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    62% COMP, 984 YDS, 8 TD, 4 INT, 101.0 QBR, 12 CAR, 62 YDS, RUSH TD
    Last Game (W 42-20 @ KC): 9/13, 204 YDS, 3 TD, INT
    Comments: For those who thought that Tannehill being picked with the eighth overall pick was a reach, the young QB out of Texas A&M is silencing the critics after a pre-season trade landed him in Baltimore, where he has played above expectations in a sort of "game manager" mode. As long as he can keep the mistakes down and continue to use his athleticism to make plays, Tannehill will develop into a nice QB.
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    i (3).png #3 Brandon Weeden
    Cleveland Browns
    RD: 1 PK: 22
    Oklahoma State
    Expectations: Average
    2012 Season Stats:
    56% COMP, 609 YDS, 2 TD, 7 INT, 51.9 QBR
    Last Game (L 3-24 @ NYG): 6/13, 53 YDS, 3 INT
    Comments: Weeden has shown some signs of life for the Browns, but few and far between, and for the most part, he's looked terrible. Unable to move the ball or score consistently, and having more INTs than TDs, Weeden is looking like a reach as a first rounder. At 28 years old, unless he shows rapid improvement, he might not ever amount to a starting QB in the NFL, as his potential isn't nearly as high as the other QBs in this draft class.
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    i (4).png #3 Russell Wilson
    Seattle Seahawks
    RD: 3 PK: 12
    Wisconsin
    Expectations: Low
    2012 Season Stats:
    57% COMP, 952 YDS, 10 TD, 5 INT, 100.3 QBR
    Last Game (W 37-24 @ CAR): 8/18, 234 YDS, 4 TD, 2 INT
    Comments: The sleeper future franchise QB entering the season, Wilson has had a very consistent season. His ability to move around the pocket and make good throws negates his small frame, and his leadership ability has many questioning how long Matt Flynn will stay in Seattle. Wilson may not be the next Michael Vick, Cam Newton, or RGIII, but he looks like he will be a starting QB in the NFL for years to come.
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    Rookie Backs and Receivers

    i (5).png #33 Trent Richardson
    Cleveland Browns
    RD: 1 PK: 3
    Alabama
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    102 CAR, 420 YDS, 4.1 AVG, 3 TD, 6 REC, 56 YDS, REC TD
    Last Game (L 6-26 @ BAL): 14 CAR, 94 YDS, 6.7 AVG, 2 REC, 16 YDS
    Comments: Richardson has had to carry the burden of the Cleveland offense as a rookie, and has produced decently. His YPC isn't high, but teams are not playing the pass against Weeden, and Richardson is getting hurt by it. He has still had the knack for making a big play, and has shown good receiving ability out of the backfield. There's no doubt, barring injury, Richardson can be a workhorse in the NFL, he just needs a better team around him to put up huge numbers.
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    i (19).png WR #14 Justin Blackmon
    Jacksonville Jaguars
    RD: 1 PK: 5
    Oklahoma State
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    23 REC, 503 YDS, 21.9 AVG, 3 TD
    Last Game (W 38-17 vs CHI): 4 REC, 79 YDS
    Comments: Despite his off the field problems, and supposed mental immaturity, Justin Blackmon has been exactly what the Jaguars expected when they took him in the top 5: a beast. Averaging over 100 yards per game and almost 22 yards per catch, Blackmon is easily the biggest playmaker on the offensive side of the ball for Jacksonville. With a core of Gabbert, Blackmon, and Pierce at the skill positions, Jacksonville seems to have set up a nice core for the future. Now to find out if Blackmon can stay consistent over an entire year, and not allow something off the field to become a distraction or cost him in productivity.
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    i (6).png #22 Doug Martin
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    RD: 1 PK: 31
    Boise State
    Expectations: Average
    2012 Season Stats:
    70 CAR, 239 YDS, 3.4 AVG, TD, 6 REC, 59 YDS, REC TD
    Last Game (L 23-29 vs WAS): 14 CAR, 39 YDS, 2.8 AVG, 2 REC, 23 YDS, REC TD
    Comments: Martin was thought to be a sleeper coming into 2012, but his production has been lacking to start the year, after replacing LeGarrette Blount as the starter in Tampa as a rookie. But instead of putting up numbers comparable to Blount, Martin has barely been able to get 3 yards per carry, and has only found the end zone on the ground once this season. There's still time for him to turn things around, but right now it seems like Martin can't seem to figure out how to get big chunks of yards frequently.
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    i (7).png #22 David Wilson
    New York Giants
    RD: 1 PK: 32
    Virginia Tech
    Expectations: Average
    2012 Season Stats:
    75 CAR, 557 YDS, 7.4 AVG, 4 TD
    Last Game (W 24-3 vs CLE): 18 CAR, 148 YDS, TD
    Comments: Wilson is probably the leader in the clubhouse for ROTY, with a sick 7.2 YPC and on pace to run for over 1600 yards. The Giants were expecting him to come in and produce, but I don't know anyone who saw this kind of outpouring coming. If Wilson keeps up this pace, the only thing in the way of him getting that award is a stellar second half from RGIII or Andrew Luck. There's a bright future ahead for Wilson, and expect to see Ahmad Bradshaw's role to keep diminishing as Wilson gets better.
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    Rookie Dark Horses

    i (13).png WR #83 Brian Quick
    St. Louis Rams
    RD: 2 PK: 1
    Appalachian State
    Expectations: Average
    2012 Season Stats:
    6 REC, 112 YDS, 18.7 AVG, 0 TD
    Last Game (W 25-7 vs ARI): 0 REC, 0 YDS
    Comments: While the Rams other WR draft pick Chris Givens (4th Rd) may be quicker, Quick has the size, hands, and ability to get off the line to propel him above Givens in the depth chart. Unfortunately, that puts him in the 4th spot, behind Bryant, Lafell, and Smith. But despite only getting on the field for short periods, he has shown glimpses of being a playmaker by averaging almost 20 yards per catch and making some great plays after the catch. Once he finds the end zone and develops his skills, Quick could be a dependable big receiver who can make some spectacular plays.
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    i (9).png TE #80 Coby Fleener
    Indianapolis Colts
    RD: 2 PK: 2
    Stanford
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    18 REC, 343 YDS, 19.1 AVG, 6 TD
    Last Game (W 38-17 vs GB): 7 REC, 54 YDS, 2 TD
    Comments: There is no doubt that after the way Fleener has been playing to start the season, he is one of the steals of the draft. Maybe it is just Andrew Luck and the chemistry they have, but almost half his receiving yards are after the catch, so he is certainly showing he can become another Dallas Clarke for the Colts, who nobody saw making this big of a swing upward this season. And part of the credit has to go to Fleener, who is leading the Colts in receiving TDs and 2nd in yards and catches behind Reggie Wayne.
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    i (8).png #84 Stephen Hill
    New York Jets
    RD: 2 PK: 11
    Georgia Tech
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    15 REC, 336 YDS, 22.4 AVG, 2 TD
    Last Game (L 14-35 vs HOU): 5 REC, 104 YDS, 2 TD
    Comments: There is no doubt Stephen Hill possesses the physical skills to be a #1 WR in this league. He has already shown big play ability with his 31.8 yards per catch, albeit in small doses, with only 6 receptions in 3 games. But as a rookie, having a big play or two every game goes a long way in gaining your teammates' and coaches' trusts and respect, and bettering yourself as an NFL WR. If Hill can get all his cards in a row and put his nose to the grindstone, he could be another Dwayne Bowe type.
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    i (14).png WR #17 Alshon Jeffery
    Chicago Bears
    RD: 2 PK: 13
    South Carolina
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    7 REC, 114 YDS, 16.3 AVG, 0 TD
    Last Game (L 17-38 @ JAX): 4 REC, 77 YDS
    Comments: When your team is struggling as much as Chicago is, it can be difficult to be productive as a rookie. And in the first few games, the perfect example of that would be Alshon Jeffery and the winless Bears. But after putting up a paltry 3 catches for 37 yards in the first 4 games, Jeffery finally produced in a good game for him personally in a loss to Jacksonville. The Bears drafted him in the 2nd round for a reason, this guy is a beast physically, and has loads of potential. If the team can get going, expect Jeffery to have some credit for it with key plays to help his team.
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    i (15).png WR #82 Rueben Randle
    New York Giants
    RD: 2 PK: 31
    Louisiana State
    Expectations: Low
    2012 Season Stats:
    7 REC, 112 YDS, TD
    Last Game (W 24-3 vs CLE): 0 REC, 0 YDS
    Comments: All three of these 2nd round WRs have basically the same amount of production just over a month into the season, except for one thing, Rueben Randle has celebrated his first NFL touchdown. Randle isn't the most physically gifted out of the 3, but he may be the most balanced and versatile. With the depth the Giants have at WR these days, Randle is going to have to impress when he gets his shots at playing time.
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    i (17).png HB #30 Bernard Pierce
    Jacksonville Jaguars
    RD: 3 PK: 21 (Baltimore)
    Temple
    Expectations: Low
    2012 Season Stats:
    104 CAR, 626 YDS, 6.0 AVG, 5 TD
    Last Game (W 38-17 vs CHI): 24 CAR, 153 YDS, 2 TD
    Comments: In what might not even be the most puzzling move made by the Ravens so far this year, they cut 3rd round pick Bernard Pierce during the preseason unexpectedly. He fell right into the laps of Jacksonville, who thanked Baltimore for the favor and then watched the kid run his way to 2nd in the NFL's race for the rushing title behind current Raven Ray Rice. The irony of Pierce possibly beating out Rice for the title would be overwhelming. Pierce has stepped up big time with MJD taking his talents to Cincinnati, where he is struggling somewhat. The Jaguars don't mind, they've found his replacement.
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    i (16).png HB #44 Lamar Miller
    Miami Dolphins
    RD: 4 PK: 2
    Miami (FL)
    Expectations: Average
    2012 Season Stats:
    74 CAR, 560 YDS, 7.6 AVG, 6 TD
    Last Game (L 14-20 @ CIN): 13 CAR, 55 YDS, 2 TD
    Comments: After the departure of Reggie Bush to the Packers, diamond in the rough Lamar Miller has been shining. He leads all rookie running backs in yards per carry with 7.6, and in touchdowns, with 6. And what Dolphin fans have to love, is in a game like the most recent one against Cincinnati, even though he wasn't able to gain a lot of yards and had some difficulty against a tough Bengals front seven, he scored 2 touchdowns and mucked out some nice chunks of yardage. He looks to be the future at tailback for Miami.
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    i (18).png WR #19 Devon Wylie
    Kansas City Chiefs
    RD: 4 PK: 12
    Fresno State
    Expectations: Low
    2012 Season Stats:
    16 PR, 304 YDS, 19.0 AVG, 2 PR TD
    Comments: Although Wylie has yet to make a catch in the NFL, he's produced far more than any other Chief rookie as far as making plays and finding the end zone. Wylie has broken onto the national spotlight by quickly becoming the best return man in the NFL. He leads all returners who have more than 5 returns in average yards per return, and punt return touchdowns, with 2 in only the first 5 games. Even if Wylie never develops into an NFL caliber receiver, he should always find a roster spot somewhere as a return specialist, because this little guy from southern California can fly.
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    images.jpeg WR #17 Jarius Wright
    Minnesota Vikings
    RD: 4 PK: 23
    Arkansas
    Expectations: Low
    2012 Season Stats:
    17 REC, 223 YDS, TD
    Last Game (W 26-13 vs TEN): 6 REC, 110 YDS, TD
    Comments: Wright had his breakout game of the season last week against the Titans, and has been quite a surprise for Minnesota, who has hit on one of their two 4th round Arkansas WR picks. He's a tiny fellow, but agile and quick, with a good burst and the ability to gain yards quickly. A smaller version of Percy Harvin, Wright can be a solid option for the slot, and has proven so this season with Minnesota.
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    HONORABLE MENTION:
    WR Josh Gordon - Cleveland
    HB Alfred Morris - Washington
    WR Michael Floyd - Arizona*
    WR Kendall Wright - Tennessee*
    WR Mohammad Sanu - Cincinnati
    TE Michael Egnew - Miami

    *These teams have either been entirely or mostly CPU controlled this season
     
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    Impact Defensive Rookies

    i (20).png SS #24 Mark Barron
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    RD: 1 PK: 7
    Alabama
    Expectations: Very High
    2012 Season Stats:
    25 TAK, 2 FF, 2 DEFL
    Last Game (L 23-29 vs WAS): 9 TAK
    Comments: The Buccaneers went after Barron to shore up their underachieving, old, and soft secondary by adding a tough S.O.B. in Barron who can lay the lumber and isn't afraid to stick his helmet into another guy's chest. With Talib being a risk taker at CB and 3 steps slower than years past Ronde Barber at FS, the Bucs needed someone who could play over the top in case a corner got burned, and someone who can chase after runners and give pursuit. They got both of those in Barron, who leads the Buccaneers defense in tackles. He seems to always be in on a tackle, and his motor never stops going.
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    i (21).png CB #27 Stephon Gilmore
    Buffalo Bills
    RD: 1 PK: 10
    South Carolina
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    17 TAK, 1 TFL, 1 DEFL, 2 INT, 1 DEF TD
    Last Game (L 24-27 @ SF): 3 TAK
    Comments: With the NFL moving to a pass happy league, defenses are adding prototype corners like Gilmore, who is all of 6'1 and has the size and physical attributes to at least put up a fight when it comes to covering the monster WRs like Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald. He has also shown an ability to not only be a great cover corner, but a corner who makes plays. With 2 INTs through 5 games, including one he returned 50 yards for a TD, Gilmore is quietly becoming the Bills best player in their secondary, and is making a case for Defensive ROTY consideration, unlike a couple other 1st round picks.
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    i (22).png DE #98 Quinton Coples
    New York Jets
    RD: 1 PK: 16
    North Carolina
    Expectations: Average
    2012 Season Stats:
    10 TAK, 2 TFL, 1 DEFL, 1 BLK
    Last Game (L 14-35 vs HOU): TAK
    Comments: The Jets already have a pretty loaded defense, but that didn't stop them from adding someone many considered to be an elite pass rusher in college, Quinton Coples. A few years ago, he was playing well enough to be the #1 overall pick, but after some regression at UNC he fell down to number 16, where the Jets scooped him up. Coples has yet to sack the quarterback, but he isn't unproductive. With 10 tackles and a couple of those for losses, Coples is showing he can be a decent run stopper too. And with his 6'6" frame, the Jets' coaching staff must love his ability to deflect passes at the line and block field goals, both feats he has accomplished in only 5 games so far.
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    i (23).png MLB #54 Dont'a Hightower
    New England Patriots
    RD: 1 PK: 25
    Alabama
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    20 TAK, 5 TFL, 2 SACK, 1 FF, 1 DEFL
    Last Game (L 10-45 @ SEA ): 3 TAK, SACK
    Comments: The Patriots went all out on defense in the 2012 NFL Draft, and MLB Dont'a Hightower seems to be one of the "hits" as opposed to being one of the "misses" for the New England staff. He does a little bit of everything, stuffing the run with 5 tackles for loss, rushing the passer with 2 sacks, and playing in coverage with a pass deflection. He has also shown an ability to really smack guys around with powerful hits, and has a forced fumble to back that up. The Patriots seem to have finally found a solid group of LBs with Hightower, Spikes, and Mayo, something they've been trying to do since the days of Bruschi, Vrabel, and McGinest.
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    i (24).png OLB #53 Nick Perry
    Green Bay Packers
    RD: 1 PK: 28
    Southern California
    Expectations: Average
    2012 Season Stats:
    25 TAK, 10 TFL, 7 SACK, 1 FF, 1 DEFL, 1 SFTY
    Last Game (L 17-38 @ IND): 11 TAK, SACK
    Comments: USC sure knows how to produce NFL caliber linebackers, don't they? Nick Perry has been a real treasure for Packer faithful, an OLB in the same vein as James Harrison or Terrell Suggs. A guy that's gonna get to the QB, stop the run, and just be all over the field and a true menace to the offense. His stats so far are staggering for a rookie, leading all of them in sacks and tackles for loss. The only downside to Perry early on this year has been his inability to cover receivers, with 5 catches allowed. If he can work on his coverage game, him and Matthews will anchor a dominant linebacking corps in Green Bay.
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    i (25).png FS #22 Harrison Smith
    Minnesota Vikings
    RD: 1 PK: 29
    Notre Dame
    Expectations: Average
    2012 Season Stats:
    25 TAK, 1 TFL, 1 FF, 2 INT
    Last Game (W 26-13 vs TEN): 2 TAK
    Comments: Another safety putting up productive numbers for his team as a rookie, Harrison Smith was a very low-key draft pick toward the end of the first round for Minnesota, and he has quietly helped the Vikings secondary step it up after a very poor year last season. With 2 INTs and a forced fumble, Smith has shown a knack for forcing turnovers, something he was great at in South Bend. He has been burnt deep a few times, but if he can continue to develop his coverage skills he will be a solid FS for years to come. If he can't cover anyone or learn to do it, he will always find a spot at SS for his ability to make plays and tackle.
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    i (26).png OLB #91 Courtney Upshaw
    Baltimore Ravens
    RD: 2 PK: 3
    Alabama
    Expectations: High
    2012 Season Stats:
    13 TAK, 7 TFL, 3 SACK
    Last Game (W 42-20 @ KC): 3 TAK, SACK
    Comments: And yet another productive defensive rookie out of Alabama this season, Upshaw was the first pick made by Baltimore in 2012, albeit in the 2nd round. So far he's playing like a first round talent, constantly in the backfield and getting pressure on the QB with 7 tackles for loss and 3 sacks just 5 games into the season. If there was a team that didn't need more firepower on defense it was the Ravens, but the addition of Upshaw adds some young blood into the mix. With all-timers like Lewis, Reed, Suggs, and Ngata there to train this young man up, I'd expect him to be a pro-bowl caliber player within a few years.
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    i (27).png MLB #54 Bobby Wagner
    Seattle Seahawks
    RD: 2 PK: 15
    Utah State
    Expectations: Low
    2012 Season Stats:
    26 TAK, 3 TFL, 1 FF, 1 DEFL
    Last Game (W 45-10 vs NE): TAK
    Comments: A small school surprise from Utah State, Wagner has shown the league he has the most crucial intangible for a MLB: always being around the ball. He leads all rookies in tackles, and is the motor for the Seattle defense. His ability to stuff the run by getting into the backfield, as well as a decent skill set when playing the pass has the Seattle fans lining up to buy #54 Wagner jerseys. Maybe the Seahawks should have taken him instead of Bruce Irvin in the first round, but I'm sure the coaching staff is happy they found this sleeping giant in the 2nd round.
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    i (28).png FS #35 Brandon Hardin
    Chicago Bears
    RD: 3 PK: 16
    Oregon State
    Expectations: Low
    2012 Season Stats:
    23 TAK, 1 FF, 1 DEFL
    Last Game (L 17-38 @ JAX): 6 TAK
    Comments: Brandon Hardin won't complain that he's leading the Chicago Bears in tackles when they have players like Briggs, Urlacher, and Peppers on the field. But when you're 0-5 and opposing running backs are getting to the 2nd level every time, it's good to have a dependable rookie like Hardin back there. With his size at FS (6'3" 222), and his ability to make a tackle, he's a perfect fit for the Bears so far this season. Unfortunately outside of a pass deflection, he hasn't made a huge impact in the passing game, but he hasn't been burnt deep or over the top yet, either. The ceiling on a guy like Hardin may not be that high, but the Bears will take the production he's beeng giving them.
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    i (29).png CB #22 Brandon Boykin
    Philadelphia Eagles
    RD: 4 PK: 28
    Georgia
    Expectations: Low
    2012 Season Stats:
    17 TAK, 2 TFL, 1 SACK, 2 DEFL, 1 INT
    Last Game (W 24-23 @ PIT): TAK
    Comments: Georgia Bulldog product Brandon Boykin fell very far in the draft due to his size. The ability was there, but many doubted that he could ever be more than a nickel corner at 5'9. If he can't guard any receiver over 6'2, why draft him with a top pick? Well he may end up making those scouts eat their words, and he might also end up being able to cover any kind of receiver if he learns to play to his advantages. Those being speed, agility, and quickness with getting in position and ripping at the ball. And in the Eagles' blitz happy defense, he's shown that little guys can be big playmakers. With a couple tackles for loss, a sack, and an interception early on in the year, Boykin has turned out to be a nice surprise.
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    HONORABLE MENTION:
    DT Dontari Poe - Kansas City
    DT Fletcher Cox - Philadelphia
    LB Luke Kuechly - Carolina
    CB Morris Claiborne - Dallas
    DE Jake Bequette - New England
     
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  4. Jmustang1968

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    Dont forget Fleener!
     
  5. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Already have his portion finished in the "Rookie Dark Horses" list
     
  6. The Richuation

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    Awesome content though.
     
  7. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Thanks man. I'm gonna try and produce a boatload of content this cycle
     
  8. CTfromDC

    CTfromDC Where my money?

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    Defensive rookie of the year will be Nick Perry!
     
  9. CTfromDC

    CTfromDC Where my money?

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    I gotta say, this is content of the year so far, I need to step it up, nice work(y)
     
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  10. CTfromDC

    CTfromDC Where my money?

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    I gotta say, this is content of the year so far, I need to step it up, nice work(y) would it be plagiarizing if i copied and pasted this, I would love to use this in our Rookie symposium league, to spark some more participation over there
    Bl0ndeRedHead
     
  11. Brandon S.

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    HB Bernard Pierce wants to know whats up!
     
  12. CTfromDC

    CTfromDC Where my money?

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  13. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Go for it man
     
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  14. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Patience. The rookies listed are the household name rookies. I've got a lot of dark horses and defensive rookies that will be included in the next 24 hours
     
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  15. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Although I did use photoshop for the rookie profile pics and attached them, didn't use an external link, so you won't be able to use the pictures, unless you can save my files from the post. Not sure if that's possible.
     
  16. Kasper

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    Great stuff Bl0ndeRedHead - i might do a rookie thing for TMFL. you inspire!
     
  17. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    updated Rookie Dark Horses in 2nd post and updated season stats and last game stats for OP
     
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  19. Brandon S.

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    Not until Blackmon gets some love too ;)
     
  20. Jmustang1968

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    More good stuff. Fleener is going to tear it up this year haha.

    And did you guys see the game the cpu gave me for Luck in the Packers sim? 377 yards and 5 TDs!!
     
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    Thanks for noticing that. He was in it the first 2 times I did it and it got erased. Must have overlooked him in this go round. I'll add him in later today.
     
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    Once you get him in, I think this will be front page worthy and I will post it up.
     
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  23. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    You're making me blush...
     
  24. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Jmustang1968 Added Impact Defensive Rookies to 3rd post, as well as adding Justin Blackmon for Gngsta4Lyphe and his whiny ass :p
     
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    And fellas, make sure to check this thread every so often, I'll be updating trends, stats, and comments as frequently as I can.
     

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