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Updated every Tuesday gives all the stats for the 2013 rookies. Of course stats don't tell the whole story. 

 

 

Receptions
1. DeAndre Hopkins WR, Houston Texans – 18
2. Tavon Austin WR, St. Louis Rams – 18
3. Jordan Reed TE, Washington Redskins – 13
4.  Marlon Brown WR, Baltimore Ravens – 10
5. Ace Sanders WR, Jacksonville Jaguars – 10
6. Aaron Dobson WR, New England Patriots – 10
7. Kenbrell Thompkins WR, New England Patriots – 9
8. Tyler Eifert TE, Cincinnati Bengals – 9
9. Robert Woods WR, Buffalo Bills – 7
10. Mychal Rivera TE, Oakland Raiders – 7

Receiving Yards
1. DeAndre Hopkins WR, Houston Texans – 243
2. Kenbrell Thompkins WR, New England Patriots – 130
3. Robert Woods WR, Buffalo Bills – 121
4. Tyler Eifert TE, Cincinnati Bengals – 120
5. Tavon Austin WR, St. Louis Rams – 118
6.  Marlon Brown WR, Baltimore Ravens – 116
7. Aaron Dobson WR, New England Patriots – 108
8. Jordan Reed TE, Washington Redskins – 106
9. Kenny Stills WR, New Orleans Saints – 96
10. Andre Ellington RB, Arizona Cardinals – 91

Touchdowns
1. EJ Manuel QB, Buffalo Bills – 4
2. Geno Smith QB, New York Jets – 4
3. Giovani Bernard RB, Cincinnati Bengals – 3
4. Tavon Austin WR, St. Louis Rams – 2
5. Marlon Brown WR, Baltimore Ravens – 2
6. Joe Fauria TE, Detroit Lions – 2
7. Kenbrell Thompkins WR, New England Patriots – 2
8. Cordarrelle Patterson WR, Minnesota Vikings – 1
9. Aaron Dobson WR, New England Patriots – 1
10. DeAndre Hopkins WR, Houston Texans – 1

- See more at: http://draftseason.com/nfl-rookie-info/ds-nfl-rookie-stats/#sthash.jsh2ECaj.dpuf

 

 

Only list the top 10 though

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I like this idea

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alonso will probably win DROTY over star unfortunately.

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alonso will probably win DROTY over star unfortunately.

 

Yeah he's tearing it up this year.  Very solid start for him.  

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Alonso looked like Kuechly last week vs the Bills.

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I follow Alonso pretty closely since he was my 1st round pick in my IDP dynasty draft and though he's certainly good, he's no Kuechly. In terms of impact I'd say Star has been better, but to win DROY you have to have a dominant stat line which a LB has a much easier path to.

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Kiko Alonso vs. Cincinnati: 22 tackles

 

2013 season through 6 games: 66 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 FF, 4 Ints

 

There's your 2013 Defensive Rookie of the Year. Not even close.

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Keenan Allen is starting to come along rather well.

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Fluker along with Kyle Long are probably the only two bright spots for the OL (1st-2nd rounders).

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Keenan Allen is starting to come along rather well.

 

He sure is.

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Terrance Williams w/ Dallas: 18 rec 309 yd 2 tds

 

That site is forgetting him along with most people this season

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I was really high on Allen pre-draft as he had all of the route-running and release that seems to go unnoticed in evaluating receivers but which makes so much difference at the pro level. Glad to see I'm finally being proved right, shame we couldn't have worked around to get him by moving into the 4th, I'd take him over Lafell and Kugbila any day.

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