2022 Rookie Report
Breece Hall (RB): New York Jets
Game 3 Stats: 8 Carries 39 Yards, 6 rec 53 yards
Breece Hall is continuing to show his versatility, pulling in 6 receptions for 53 yards.
Hall is currently in a timeshare with Michael Carter for carries, but his explosiveness and ability to catch passes elevates Hall.
The Jets may continue to split carries between the two backs, to avoid overloading the rookie back, but as he becomes more comfortable in the offense and with the faster pace of the NFL look for Hall to move to a more dominate carry total.
Hall was the first RB taken for a reason, and the Jets will look to prioritize him in the offense soon.
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Garrett Wilson (WR): New York Jets
Game 3 Stats: 6 Rec 60 Yards
Garrett Wilson was off to a hot start Sunday, looking like one of the focal points of the Jets offense.
His hot start was slowed though when he took a big hit crossing the middle of the field on his fourth catch, causing him to miss some time in Sunday’s game.
The good news is he returned and made two more catches.
Avoiding injury week three, Wilson will look to try and continue his hot start with Starting QB Zach Wilson set to return week 4 against the Steelers.
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Drake London (WR): Atlanta Falcons
Game 3 Stats: 3 rec 54 yards 1TD
Drake London has been great to start the season, pulling in 16 receptions for 214 yards and 2 TDs.
He quickly became a favorite target of Marcus Mariota; London has shown the ability to make plays in both the open field and in the redzone.
A huge WR, London is 6’4 and 213 lbs., London looks to continue to be a menace in the redzone.
London and Chris Olave are the two current front runners for OROTY, and it looks like it could be an even race for most of the season.
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Chris Olave (WR): New Orleans Saints
Game 3 Stats: 9 rec 147 Yards
Already viewed as one of the top rookie WRs, Chris Olave blew up Sunday, posting the biggest receiving day for all rookie receivers so far this season.
Pulling in 9 receptions for 147 yards, Chris Olave has quickly become a favorite target of Jameis Winston, seeing 13 targets.
Olave’s hot start has put him out in front of all rookies so far as the favorite for OROTY, add in the increased targets he may see in the short term with Michael Thomas being out with injury, he has a chance to put some distance between himself and the rest of the pack in the coming weeks.
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Dameon Pierce (RB): Houston Texans
Game 3 Stats: 20 carries 80 yards 1 TD, 2 receptions 21 yards
Dameon Pierce is out of the gate and going strong.
Given the reigns already, Pierce is already getting workhorse carries and is being utilized fully in the offense.
Pierce has the ability and opportunity to become a top running back in the NFL. Look for him to continue to put up numbers for the Texans.
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George Pickens (WR): Pittsburgh Steelers
Game 3 Stats: 3 rec 39 Yards
George Pickens stat line might not blow you away, 3 receptions for 39 yards, but his catches sure will.
George Pickens had what many are calling the Catch of the Year Thursday night against the Browns.
Reminiscent of Odell Beckham Jr’s Catch his rookie season, look for George Pickens to see a uptick in targets as any quarterback would have a boost of confidence in the rookie after the catch he made.
Already a breakout candidate and dark horse for OROTY, Pickens showed on Thursday why he was so hyped in the preseason.
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Romeo Doubs (WR): Green Bay Packers
Game 3 Stats: 8 Rec 73 yards 1 TD 8 Targets
For years MVP QB Aaron Rodgers has wanted more fire power on the Green Bay Packers Offense, in 2022 he finally got it with Romeo Doubs.
Romeo has had a good start to the season, as the Green Bay offense was getting everything figured out.
One of the things that the Packers have figured out quick is that Romeo Doubs is a playmaker for them.
His route running and consistency has already made him a favorite target for MVP QB Aaron Rodgers.
With a banged up WR core currently, look for Doubs to see increased targets and opportunities as he figures to be the packers WR1 for the short term, and possibly the long term.
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Rookie QB Prices:
Kenny Pickett - $200 - $2750
Malik Willis - $100 - $1750
Desmond Ridder - $70 - $1500