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JohnnyU
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ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
for their teams.
CEH
Queen
Cush
Jets
BDJ


LSU2019
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
Joe was great all things considered, he hit some really tight windows and LOL to anyone saying his arm wasnt strong enough for this.

Jet only went 2 for 26, which is nothin for him, but glad he made the list.

No idea how to judge Cush but same as above.

Queen led the Ravens with 8 tackles, plus a sack and forced fumble.

CEH...



OzChuffnugg
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
Jets?!? He hardly was on the field.


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thunderbird1100
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
I have PFF Edge for NFL and guess who was the best graded offensive lineman in the NFL in week 1?

None other than about to be 39 year old Andrew Whitworth with a 95.2 overall grade (which is insane). The next best offensive lineman had a 91.2 and only him and this other guy graded above a 90 in week 1 (out of well over a hundred fifty offensive lineman in NFL).

Whitworth is an absolute specimen.
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
who is "Jets?"


thunderbird1100
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who is "Jets?"



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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
thanks


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KamaCausey_LSU
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
It's a power ranking mentioning each teams best rookie performance. Some teams didn't get much contribution from their rookies.
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The Vikings didn't get a ton of contributions from their rookie class in Week 1. Third-round cornerback Cameron Dantzler played the most of any rookie, but his outing was marred by giving up a 45-yard touchdown pass. Jefferson is the easiest answer, as he had two catches for 36 yards and was on the field for 36 of 52 plays. Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak hinted last week at easing Jefferson into a significant role with time. What the rookie wideout did in his debut, including a 17-yard grab in the fourth quarter, is indicative of more to come. -- Courtney


It's pretty awesome to see former LSU rookies have a great weekend.

IMO, front runners for rookies of the year.

Offensive ROY: Clyde Edwards-Helaire or Burrow
Defensive ROY: Queen, CJ Henderson, Chase Young
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cbree88
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I can’t figure out who BDJ is


TheWalkoff
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
Big Dimples Joe


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whoisnickdoobs
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
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I can’t figure out who BDJ is


I can't figure out our fan base's obsession with dicks. They try to force oral beastiality with our mascot, and have some strange obsessive fantasy about the size of Joes junk.


bamabayoubengal
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TigerBR1111
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
All things considered including the talent to work with and taking the entire team into consideration along with the player’s role and performance I would have Burrow possibly leading this list.
That was just an incredible job by Joe with a lack of consistent support. I thought he showed more consistency in connecting with his new receivers than Tom Brady did for TB.
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wilceaux
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
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Joe was great all things considered


Great? Nah. He was great that last drive, and the one before that minus the awful shovel pass. But let's not get carried away. I expect a lot of improvement over the next few weeks though. Hopefully someone on their OL figures out how to block Myles Garrett this week.


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Djinn
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CEH


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JohnnyU
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
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I can't figure out our fan base's obsession with dicks. They try to force oral beastiality with our mascot, and have some strange obsessive fantasy about the size of Joes junk.


Lighten up Frances.

It was Joe who wore the cap with the nickname after the CFP Championship game.



Datbayoubengal
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
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It's pretty awesome to see former LSU rookies have a great weekend.

IMO, front runners for rookies of the year.

Offensive ROY: Clyde Edwards-Helaire or Burrow
Defensive ROY: Queen, CJ Henderson, Chase Young


I know people may think I'm crazy, but I think Helaire could legit post Kareem Hunt type numbers and Burrow, if he can get a decent OL and help from his WRs, could be the best rookie QB since Dak Prescott.

Barring injury, all 3 of those defensive guys will be neck and neck for defensive ROY.


PHarold
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
What did Coach O sat,"We Coming".
Those baws are ready on every level.


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sunnydaze
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
Jefferson only had 2 catches for 24 yards


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BillyBobBlitzkrieg
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re: ESPN names 5 former Tigers as having best rookie performance in Week 1
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I can't figure out our fan base's obsession with dicks. They try to force oral beastiality with our mascot, and have some strange obsessive fantasy about the size of Joes junk.


Well as a master of one-ups, I'd offer they are not mutually exclusive. In the best creative effort, combine Joes junk and oral on a tiger, and that is THE rant wet dream.

You're welcome for the visuals you are now experiencing.

ETA: Another favorite of the rant, as seen two posts above - Coach O did warn us, "We Comin.'"

And no, couldnt help myself.

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