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PostPosted: Sat Oct 10, 2020 7:53 am 

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Fun facts: So the rookies may not seem all that strong. Chase Young, in an 80, games exactly what the match did last year with Quinnen Williams, and there is a reason why the rookies do not have enormous numbers yet. First is one of those philosophies the game's ratings founders have: Ensure the rookies make it. They've no problem jumping up a rookie quickly if he plays well. For instance, Oakland running back Josh Jacobs began last season as a 74. This season, he will start the year as an 88. Defensive end Nick Bosa was a 78 to begin last year. This year? He's an 89.

As far as this year's group, it's not surprising to see Herbert since the lowest ranked in the top 10. Some of that has to do with positional spread as well as the fact of this being much harder to come in as a rookie quarterback and triumph. Burrow is tied with Jared Goff and Jameis Winston, Tagovailoa with Sam Darnold and Herbert with Drew Lock, Dwayne Haskins and Gardner Minshew II. It requires time to generate progress as a quarterback -- Kyler Murray is a 77 to begin this season, for example -- but once you step up a level, it reveals in the game. Much like cornerback, which is why regardless of the compliments Okudah has received, he's still a 76, which will be about the level of a D.J. Hayden, Josh Norman and Charvarius Ward. He'll have a chance to move up quickly if he can lock down receivers.

Interesting facts: Is it any surprise at this point that Hill is a 99 speed? The more interesting addition is the newcomer Ruggs. There is no questioning his pace coming from Alabama, with his 4.27-second 40-yard dashboard. It is the second straight year that a rookie has been second in pace -- last year it was Brown, who had and has been a 97. The Chiefs, as you'd believe, are a few on crime with all the 99-rated Mahomes casting into the 99-speed Hill and the 97-speed Hardman. If you enjoy running go paths, Kansas City might be the team for you. Once more, Baltimore right tackle Orlando Brown Jr. is the game's slowest player using a 50 rating. He's firm in the low 50s from some offensive linemen and one defensive player, Detroit Lions tackle Danny Shelton. So far as non-linemen, Tom Brady may be useful at several things, but speed is not one of these. He also Green Bay kicker Mason Crosby possess the lowest non-lineman speed at 60.

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