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Top 10 NFL rookies that will exceed expectations?

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1 minute ago, 49erurtaza said:

for the niners i will add Julian Taylor DT, hes a 7th round pick who has been given first team reps. played the whole game last night and shined. If Armstead cant make it back on the field he might lose his job the Taylor who everyone is raving about.

 

Just FYI, his name has double Ls. Jullian Taylor. I was a big fan pre draft. Hope he balls out for you guys.

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2 hours ago, reamer said:

 

Just FYI, his name has double Ls. Jullian Taylor. I was a big fan pre draft. Hope he balls out for you guys.

Yeah, he's looked phenomenal so far, and had a strong game last night (including starting the game and playing against Dallas' first team). I really think he could supplant Armstead. 

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I can’t believe Auden Tate fell to us in the 7th. He looks amazing. I hope we get him on the field, especially in the red zone 

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On ‎5‎/‎23‎/‎2018 at 8:06 AM, MSURacerDT55 said:

Antonio Calloway

Genard Avery

3. Genard Avery, Edge Cleveland Browns

PFF Overall Grade: 83.0

Avery followed up an elite performance in Week 1 with a bit of a disappointing showing in Week 2. Despite his Week 2 woes, though, the rookie edge defender still ranks eighth among his positional peers in terms of overall grade and owns grades of at least 73.0 in the following categories: run defense, tackling and pass-rushing. The fifth-round pick tallied another run stop in Week 2, and his 21.4 run-stop percentage leads all edge defenders who’ve played at least 10 run-defense snaps through the first two weeks of the season.

 

 

 

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Two weeks in and Kolton Miller has been very good thus far. Not many thought that would be the case, especially facing opponents in the Rams and Broncos. 

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Will Dissly was well on his way. Damn shame about the knee. Dude flashed some Zach Miller / Heath Miller type skills. 

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1 hour ago, MSURacerDT55 said:

I guess Desmond Harrison qualifies as well

He's the #12 LT and #14 T overall according to PFF.

 

also Chubb is on pace for 1,000 yards on 72 carries ?

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Nice to LVE already contributing in a big way. May not be sexy stats, but having that many tackles while not missing any helps in a huge way with run defense.

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6 hours ago, MSURacerDT55 said:

I guess Desmond Harrison qualifies as well

 

Hes a "dancing bear" type LT. Such an athlete. 

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Hurst is developing to something for us. 2 sacks and a FF in the first 4 weeks and he hasn't even played a full slate of snaps. He should have gone in the 1st round purely based on his play on the field.

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20 hours ago, MrOaktown_56 said:

Hurst is developing to something for us. 2 sacks and a FF in the first 4 weeks and he hasn't even played a full slate of snaps. He should have gone in the 1st round purely based on his play on the field.

I really like him. Glad he's doing well. Hope his heart condition is a non-issue.

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While it might be hard for Saquon Barkley to exceed expectations, he's certainly living up to them so far.

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