Who is the NFL Rookie of the year so far?

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  1. beerlover

    beerlover Site Contributor

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    I realize this is small consolation right now after another devastating loss, but Dunta Robinson is making a strong case for Defensive Rookie of the year honors in my book, with Rothlisberger leading the Offensive category. After the first 5 weeks how do y'all see it idonno:
     
  2. WWJD

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    Who's the RB for the Rams..Jackson..he's my choice for offensive so far. Or Roy Williams.

    Defensive I will have to think about. I wouldn't vote for Robinson. The secondary got torched yesterday and they still have to play the Colts twice and some other good throwing teams.
     
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    Roy For R.O.Y. :soapbox:
     
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    Offensive - Roy Williams (but Big Ben is climbing the chart fast)
    Defensive - Erik Coleman
     
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  6. keyfro

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    i don't kow about a defensive rookie of the year...if robinson can get 5 ints this season i think he will be the droy

    offensive rook right now would be roy...but if big ben can keep the steelers in the playoff contention and they get to the playoffs he will be the oroy
     
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    Rosthlingsberger....hands down. 3 starts, 3 wins.
     
  8. JDizzle

    JDizzle I'm a dude

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    Big Ben, hands down.
     


  9. Blake

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    Robinson didnt even get nominated for defensive rookie of the week, when he got 2 ints on Collins. I almost **** myself. Look back at that week, and tell me who did better than him on that list. nfl.com

    I like Ben Roe. He is winning, and has a good chance to win alot more with that team of his. Im not sure what is worth more. A QB who has 350 yards, and a few picks, or a QB like ben who has 200 yards and no picks.

    If they make playoffs its Ben. if they dont, id put my money on Roy Boy.
     
  10. HowBoutThemCowboys!

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    Ben! Who would of thought.. I didnt even hear about him in his college days
     
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    Hard decision but Big Ben over Roy.
     
  12. booie4

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    offense- big ben or roy williams
    defense- dj williams for the broncos is playing lights out for a rookie. and a longshot would be big vince wilfork, playing a lot better than i thought he would in a 3-4 defense.
     
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    offense is a toss up right now, but would have to be ben if he keeps up his play

    defense, booie4 got it right, dj has been tearing it up for denver. vince will have a hard time because i don't think he starts.
     
  14. CrumplerFan

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    Offensive Rookie - Ben Roethlisbreger

    Defensive Rookie is still a tossup.
     
  15. Ihategeeks

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    I am sure after Roy Makes Al Harris his ***** ya'll be back on his wagon hitched up until the end of the season...yeeeeeeha :headbang:
     
  16. CrumplerFan

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    Doesn't every Wr playing against the GB secondary looks like ProBowl material?
     
  17. Ihategeeks

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    Yes, that's basically the jist of it.
     
  18. LiveForTheGame

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    "Big Ben" is a QB...and Roy is a WR. Ben will get the honor if he keeps it up. I'm not one that likes the QB get the biggest rewards. No telling what will happen though
     
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    I'll take the #7, you know the Ben Roethlis-Freaking-Berger.... :headbang:

    This kid is outstanding, he is looks like he's going to be a mainstay of Pittsburg for years to come. He has a great team around him and came into a good situation with the coaches. I am looking forward to watching him bring the Steelers back to the upper echelon of the AFC one day.
     
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    Steelers got a steal at #11. Which makes me wonder (and nothing against Robinson) what we might have gotten in a trade if teams knew this is how he would be playing.
     

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