Welcome to the beginning of the second quarter of the NFL season. We have now seen four games each from 30 teams and only three from the New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers, due to them having a bye in week four.
With it being still pretty early in the season, anything can happen. You get a better idea of who players and teams are, but normally in October, the rust wears off for every team and should be seeing their best from here on out. But for rookies, it’s just a bit different. Continue reading →
Let’s be honest, week one probably set our expectations for some of these offensive rookies extremely high. Putting it into perspective, we haven’t seen four rookie pass catchers in their debut going over 100 yards ever before in NFL history. Week two was a reality check for most and reminded us how difficult it is to maintain success in the NFL. While the numbers weren’t as wild this week, there were still several solid rookie performances to highlight and new players who shined starting with a couple of honorable mentions. Continue reading →
Welcome to the first edition of our 2019 NFL Weekly Rookie Rankings! We will be taking a look at the previous week of football and showcasing 15 of the best rookie performances. Week one brought us a lot of offensive skill players who either showed their worth or surprised us and outperformed their expectations, including four pass-catchers eclipsing the century mark in yardage. Let us start with a couple of honorable mentions. Continue reading →
The Chargers took a huge step last season. They went 12-4 last season and finished second in the AFC West. Philip Rivers played awesome last season. There was a point where they thought he could be the MVP. Continue reading →