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Which Of Your Teams Rookies Have Had A Good Rookie Year, So Far?


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All of ours actually have outside of the one that the Pats stole from us

Oh yeah. looks like we may have found two starting guards, a RT, a CB, #1 WR , maybe a #2/3 WR (Philly has potential) and a safety...from this years rookie class. Potential future #1 DE with Ealy. Around 6 or 7 starters so far.

It's what got me curious about our division brothers, and how their rookies are coming along....which of them are potential starters, or starters.

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Jake - coming into his own now

Hageman - showing up with some big plays but Smitty is not giving him the playing time he deserves

Freeman - same story as Hageman, what limited play he's had he looks good to WFW

The rest are incompletes so far...

Freeman has the moves, from what little I've seen of him. Kid is shifty. Will probably find some decent success once Sjax either retires or is let go.

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Oh yeah. looks like we may have found two starting guards, a RT, a CB, #1 WR , maybe a #2/3 WR (Philly has potential) and a safety...from this years rookie class. Potential future #1 DE with Ealy. Around 6 or 7 starters so far.

It's what got me curious about our division brothers, and how their rookies are coming along....which of them are potential starters, or starters.

***** ridiculous. It's crazy how well all those young guys have played now that they finally got a chance. We've set franchise records in the past 3 consecutive games for starting rookies. 5, 6, and 7 respectively.

Gettlemagic.

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Out of necessity! We've done that before as well!

No, we benched or flat out cut the starters who weren't performing and forced the rooks into playing time. They've responded extremely well and are playing far better than their successors.

Learn ya sh*t old man.

Oh, and Merry Christmas (Eve).

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Freeman has struggled in pass protection and picking up the play calls. That's why we don't see him much.

Hageman has endurance issues and shows more frustration than fire. That's why we haven't seen him much.

Those two are going to be very good.

Mathews has struggled with an ankle injury that he probably needed to rest. He's looked like a starting LT the last four weeks.

FS southward is athletic prospect that has made some plays but has a ways to go

Shembo isn't living up to his hype but he's out playing his fifth round selection.

Stone has been good enough at center. He won't start next year.

Spruill is on ir but I'm telling you. He's going to be a beast

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Mike Evans is the only Buc rookie that's done anything of consequence. Jury's still out on Charles Sims, but I'm not impressed. A real waste of a third rounder in my book. Now with Martin turning out to be a One Hit Wonder, we have to be back in the market for a running back this offseason. Lovie & Jason have turned out to be two incredibly BAD talent evaluators. Hopefully they don't screw the pooch in 2015 like they did in 2014!

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Zack Martin should be rookie of the year. He has dominated from day one. Too bad Oline isn't sexy enough to win the award.

Anthony Hitchens has been solid also.

Over Beckham? No.

You realize this dude is on pace for like a 2,000 yard season since becoming the Giant's #1, right? No rookie deserves it more than him.

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Martin has dominated since week one. The only reason he won't get it is because he doesn't have stats. Even if he's one of the main reasons Murray is leading the NFL with over 1700 yards. Martin has been solid every week this season and he was learbing a new position. Take the "sexier pick" Martin has been a beast.

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Martin has dominated since week one. The only reason he won't get it is because he doesn't have stats. Even if he's one of the main reasons Murray is leading the NFL with over 1700 yards. Martin has been solid every week this season and he was learbing a new position. Take the "sexier pick" Martin has been a beast.

And none of that ******* matters, because what Beckham is doing is >>>>> what Martin is doing.

138 receptions, 2,028 yards, 16 TDs. That's Beckham's numbers, since becoming the #1, extrapolated over a 16 game season. That's retarted. Not just for a rookie, but that would literally be the best receiving season of all time.

Quit being a homer. **** near the rest of the country is in agreement that it's OBJ's award this year.

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And none of that ******* matters, because what Beckham is doing is >>>>> what Martin is doing.

138 receptions, 2,028 yards, 16 TDs. That's Beckham's numbers, since becoming the #1, extrapolated over a 16 game season. That's retarted. Not just for a rookie, but that would literally be the best receiving season of all time.

Quit being a homer. **** near the rest of the country is in agreement that it's OBJ's award this year.

His actual numbers are 79 1120 11 (which are barely better than Kelvin Benjamin's). The numbers you posted are fanatsy, not reality.

The only biased being shown is that WR is a sexier position than guard. Which is proven by the fact that Martin is one of the best guards in the NFL and he's only a rookie. A rookie that was playing left tackle last year and has come into the NFL having to learn a new position. To come in and completely dominate at that position can't be ignored.

I'm not being a homer OBJ is good, but Martin is just as dominant at his position if he were at another position this wouldnt even be a discussion.

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His actual numbers are 79 1120 11 (which are barely better than Kelvin Benjamin's). The numbers you posted are fanatsy, not reality.

The only biased being shown is that WR is a sexier position than guard. Which is proven by the fact that Martin is one of the best guards in the NFL and he's only a rookie. A rookie that was playing left tackle last year and has come into the NFL having to learn a new position. To come in and completely dominate at that position can't be ignored.

I'm not being a homer OBJ is good, but Martin is just as dominant at his position if he were at another position this wouldnt even be a discussion.

Martin isn't the best offensive rookie in the league, that's OBJ, and every non Cowboys fan on the planet would tell you the same.

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Cooks: Looks like a very solid receiver in the making. He's got Randall Cobb, Antonio Brown written all over him. Gotta get him time to run those routes though, Brees is taking too many hits and getting pressured way too much.

Sunseri: Special teams ace and looks like he was playing well in practice and in limited snaps at safety.

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