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ATG: Who Should be NFL Rookie of the Year?

SBQnflLogoATG stands for Ask The Geeks. I posed 7 questions to all of our writers a couple of weeks ago and below are the 6 different writers who answered some of the questions I posed to them as the NFL season is coming to a close during Super Bowl week. But first here are the writers who made up our NFL panel.

1 Joshua Watford-Josh Watford is a sports writer and radio personality based out of Atlanta, GA. Josh covers boxing and Atlanta Braves baseball for Cleat Geeks, and he is a radio personality for The Fan Zone.

2 Zach Brunner-I am a college student studying sports management and coaching for my degree, and play in too many fantasy leagues some may say. I love talking sports and fantasy! I write articles on both football and fantasy football.

3 Clyde Dawkins–  I’m a huge fan of sports, especially hockey. My favorite teams are the New York Yankees, the Colorado Avalanche, the Chicago Bulls, the Green Bay Packers, and the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts. I’m also a wrestling fan, especially women’s wrestling, WWE and TNA.

4 Mike Hetzel– I am a BGSU student and a fan of all Cleveland sports. I have always had a passion for sports as long as I can remember. Lately I have had a passion for writing sports articles. I write articles for CleatGeeks.com on the Cleveland Browns.

5 Cody Marsee– Bachelors in Kinesiology with a Sports Management Emphasis. Sports enthusiast with a Cincinnati Emphasis. Long time Cincinnati Bengals & Reds fan from the tri-state area, now living in Colts Country. Collector of sports cards & memorabilia.

6 Brett Casella– 2014 college graduate with a business degree. Lifelong fan of the NFL, also played football for thirteen years. ICFF All-American Defensive End. Decent writer.

Jameis Winston should get Rookie of the Year, mainly because he made the Buccaneers just a bit better this year. Granted, Tampa Bay still missed the playoffs, they did make things interesting for most of the season, and still vastly improved from their two-win season in 2014. 3DavidJohnsonCardinals

This kid worked his tail off this season when a few of the team’s running backs were injured, so I have to give it to David Johnson.  If it weren’t for an injury by Chris Johnson, DJ would not have been given this opportunity.  He is a solid back and I think he will be a good one in the future. 4

JWinstonJameis Winston. There isn’t another rookie that was more vital to their team’s chances of winning than him. 5

As good as Jameis Winston was in his rookie year, this award goes to Todd Gurley. After missing the first part of his season recovering from a torn ACL, he entered the league and immediately entered the conversation as the NFL’s best runningback. Since the merger, no runningback has rushed for more yards in their first four starts than Todd Guley’s 566. The epitome of this came in his week 4, when he shredded Arizona’s stout run defense for 144 yards in the second half. 6

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