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If Star could somehow win DROY

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I know its a long shot, but if Star can somehow win DROY, has there been another team to 3-peat ROY voting?

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Not sure. Has there ever been a back to back besides us?

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That would have to be a rarity

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Star has been a dominant force up the middle but it's almost guaranteed that he won't win DROY. NT isn't flashy nor sexy. Lotulelei would have to amass big numbers to even be considered.
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Dodgers did it in baseball back in the 90s.

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Star has been a dominant force up the middle but it's almost guaranteed that he won't win DROY. NT isn't flashy nor sexy. Lotulelei would have to amass big numbers to even be considered.


This. DROY is usually a position that can pile up stats - LBs pile up takcles, DEs can pile up sacks, DBs can get a few INTs. It's tough for a DT, especially a run stuffer, to put up the type of stats needed to get DROY.

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Not sure. Has there ever been a back to back besides us?


I think there has been. Did Detroit get back to back with Stafford and Suh?

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Who's done better in the last 3 years with thier 1st round picks?

 

Cam, Keek, and Star!   Wow 3 home runs! The future is bright! 

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If Star finishes the season with 5-6 sacks and the Panthers finish with a record around 10-6, I could see Star winning DROY.

 

It'll take wins though.

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Mel Farr won OROY and Lem Barney won DROY in 1968, followed by Earl McCullogh winning OROY 1968 for the Lions. Of course there were only 16 teams at the time.

 

Urlacher won DROY in 2000 and Anthony Thomas won OROY in 2001 for the Bears.

 

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I'd rather White shock the world and be a dominate CB, win DROY, and make the playoffs.  Nothing against Star but we need a CB worth a shit.

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If that happens, our scouting department will be considered the best in the league.

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