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  • #16
    Originally posted by BlindSite View Post
    I called Laurinitis from before week 1 and I'm sticking to that pick.
    He sure didn't look like a rookie against the SKins.

    If the Rams win st least six games, IMO Laurinaitis looks strong.

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    • #17
      Harvin is gonna be pushed by Bears rookie WR johnny Knox for OROTY.

      Plus, Cutler will give him multiple opportunities to get familiar with the endzone.
      Last edited by FUNBUNCHER; 09-23-2009, 04:03 PM.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Seamus2602 View Post
        Defensive Rookie of the Year is probably, at the moment, Rey Maualuga. He is getting good tackle numbers, but already has a sack and a Forced Fumble.
        Not to split hairs but its TWO forced fumbles ;)

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        • #19
          Sanchez no doubt on offense.

          On defense, well, I'm sure it's pretty obvious what I'm going to say.

          Rey has put down as many big hits in 2 games as we've had in the last 5 years.

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          • #20
            I have plenty of doubts about Mark Sanchez winning the award. He's played well, but the defense and the running game are why the Jets are winning. He's thrown 2 TD and 1 INT through two games. Those numbers are solid for a rookie quarterback, but not rookie of the year type numbers. He's certainly a big contender, but let's not give him the award yet. Percy Harvin might have something to say about it before it's all said and done.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by P-L View Post
              He's played well, but the defense and the running game are why the Jets are winning. He's thrown 2 TD and 1 INT through two games. Those numbers are solid for a rookie quarterback, but not rookie of the year type numbers.
              He's on pace for what, 16 TDs and 8 ints?

              Obviously you can't just say he's gonna keep up the pace, but a TD a game is not hard to do.

              Check this out.

              12 TDs, 13 ints, 51% completion, 2200 yds, 66.7 Qb rating.

              That was Vince Young's stat line when he won rookie of the year. The Titans had a good defense and running game and they won games. Sounds awfully familiar.

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              • #22
                Barry Sanders on offense, Troy Aikman on defense. Maulaluga a close 2nd

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
                  He's on pace for what, 16 TDs and 8 ints?

                  Obviously you can't just say he's gonna keep up the pace, but a TD a game is not hard to do.

                  Check this out.

                  12 TDs, 13 ints, 51% completion, 2200 yds, 66.7 Qb rating.

                  That was Vince Young's stat line when he won rookie of the year. The Titans had a good defense and running game and they won games. Sounds awfully familiar.
                  what made young the ORotY was that he didnt start till like game 3 and he still had 550+ yards rushing and 7 Rushing TDs

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Bengals78 View Post
                    He will be the front runner on Offense easily.
                    And for good reason, not many QB's enter the league and win their first start on the road and then beat a very confusing Patriots Defense(granted it's only a fraction of what it used to be).

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                    • #25
                      Sanchez and Laurinaitis. so far.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by tjsunstein View Post
                        USC is going to represent both sides of the ball.

                        Mark Sanchez and Rey Maualuga for sure. Atleast, that's what I've seen this far. Johnny Knox has been impressive as well but I don't think you can give it to anyone else but Sanchez as of right now.
                        If Knox does what he did last week, 6-8 more times this season. MAYBE there'll be a fight.
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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
                          He's on pace for what, 16 TDs and 8 ints?

                          Obviously you can't just say he's gonna keep up the pace, but a TD a game is not hard to do.

                          Check this out.

                          12 TDs, 13 ints, 51% completion, 2200 yds, 66.7 Qb rating.

                          That was Vince Young's stat line when he won rookie of the year. The Titans had a good defense and running game and they won games. Sounds awfully familiar.
                          I forgot about Young, probably because he was one of the most undeserving award recipients ever in the NFL. But you're right, Sanchez has the hype so if New York keeps playing well he'll probably win it.

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                          • #28
                            Harvin looks good, he'll break a few long touchdowns to get into the race pretty soon here. Man he is strong for how small he is.
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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by P-L View Post
                              I forgot about Young, probably because he was one of the most undeserving award recipients ever in the NFL. But you're right, Sanchez has the hype so if New York keeps playing well he'll probably win it.
                              Yeah, you have to factor in that this isn't the ROTY award that people here on NFLDC would be giving out. Sanchez is in good shape right now on hype alone, he was in the preseason, and he'll probably have to mess up to not get the award. Unfair, but that's probably what's going to happen. He may or may not deserve it, but he's got to be the favorite at the moment.

                              Defense I'd love to see Maualuga win it.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by keylime_5 View Post
                                Laurinaitis. so far.
                                For continuing his college tradition and making tackles eight yards downfield?

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