Week 6 Rookie Review
Trevor Lawrence (QB): 25/41 319 yards 1 TD, 2 carries 11 yards.
Trevor Lawrence got his First NFL win week 6 against the Dolphins.
Playing in London, Trevor Lawrence was able to mount a couple late drives that led to Jaguars FGs, the last of which was in the closing few seconds, to win the game.
The Jaguars will be headed home to their bye week, giving Trevor and his team plenty of opportunity to continue building on the momentum they got in London.
Trevor Lawrence Auto: $375-$3250
Justin Fields (QB): 16/27 174 Yards 1 TD 1 INT, 6 carries 43 yards.
In his first of many matchups against the Packers, Justin Fields and the Bears came up short against the Rodgers led Packers.
Still trying to find his way in the offense, Justin Fields was able to manage the offense and keep the bears in the game, leading a 4th quarter driver to pull the score to within 3.
Fields will need some more time before he is ready to slay giants like Rodgers, but he showed that he is up to the challenge in the future.
Justin Fields Auto: $350 - $1800
Mac Jones (QB): 15/21 229 yards 2 TDs 1 Int
Losing in a tough overtime game, Mac Jones led the patriots against a potent offense in Dallas.
Jones has been the best rookie QB out of the gate, tying Joe Burrows record for most completions through the first 5 games for a rookie QB.
With lots of room to continue to grow, Mac Jones could very well be headed for a OROTY award.
Mac Jones Auto: $375 - $3460
Jaylen Waddle (WR): 10 rec 70 yards 2 TDs
Jaylen Waddle ignited week 6 for 10 receptions, 70 yards and 2 TDs.
With the return of Tua, Waddle saw a increase in targets and opportunity.
Waddle came into the league perceived as the most NFL ready receiver of the draft class.
Look for Waddle to try and build of his week 6 success and continue to regain chemistry with Tua.
Jaylen Waddle Autos: $50-$300
Ja’marr Chase (WR): 4 rec 97 yards
Ja’Marr Chase continued his dominating start to his career in week 6, Pulling in 4 receptions for 97 yards.
While he did fail to find the endzone, Chase continued to shine, averaging a monstrous 24.5 yards a reception.
Chase has separated himself from most of the other rookies in the early part of the season, he is competing with only the QBs currently for OROTY.
Ja’Marr Chase Auto: $100-$425
Najee Harris (RB): 24 carries 81 yards, 6 rec 46 yards 1 TD
Harris continues to be a dominating ball carrier for the Steelers, taking on the role of a bell cow running back.
Harris will continue to get the opportunities to shine week in and out as long as he is receiving the lions share of the carries, but Harris is also developing in the passing game, becoming a great passing option out of the backfield.
Najee Harris Auto: $100 - $1105
Chuba Hubbard (RB): 16 carries 61 yards 1 TD, 1 Rec 4 yards
Chuba Hubbard got the start again week 6 in place of the injured Christian McCaffrey.
The panthers leaned on Hubbard to carry the load in the rushing game, getting 61 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries.
While the backfield will belong to McCaffrey
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