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Grid Iron Audible–They Got Skills

Grid Iron Audible–They Got Skills

The 2012 Rookie Class is loaded with talented skill position players.

When we talk about the greatest rookie classes for skill positions, 1983 is a year we frequently hear mentioned as one of the best. Why not? Elway, Blackledge, Kelly, Eason, O’Brien and Marino were perhaps the best rookie class at the quarterback position ever. QB’s weren’t the only skill players entering the league in ’83, when the draft yielded such runners as Eric Dickerson, Curt Warner, Roger Craig and Craig James, while also producing some pretty good receivers like Henry Ellard, Willie Gault and Mark Clayton.

I have no data from the fan prospective as to where that year’s rookie class ranks with others, but I’m willing to go out on a limb here and say that it would be an overwhelming winner in a widespread poll. In all, this group produced five Hall-of-Famers from the skill positions. Does this 2012 class have the kind of talent that can rival the class of 1983? Only time will tell with any certainty, but let’s take a closer look and see what we see.

 

Quarterback:  Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Ryan Tannehill, Brandon Weeden, Russell Wilson

We see that we have five starting rookie quarterbacks; I can’t remember the last time that happened, but I would guess it occurred in a league other than the NFL. The USFL maybe, or the Arena League or somewhere they sing “Oh Canada” just before kickoff, but not in this league. It may have happened at some point, just not one than I can recall. In ’83 only Elway started on opening day; Marino got his first start in game six, and Kelly was playing in the USFL until ’86. The others were backups as rookies.

In this year’s group, all five have started all of their teams’ games. They are averaging 1,548 yards passing and have combined for 35 touchdowns and 33 interceptions. RGIII is playing at a different level than the others thus far, but each of these players carries a tremendous upside. Next season, they’ll come into camp with a much better idea of what they’re doing; and I expect we should get used to seeing most, if not all, of these guys for the next ten years.

 

Running Back: Alfred Morris, Doug Martin, Trent Richardson, Daryl Richardson, Brandon Bolden

 Sixth round pick Alfred Morris is leading all rookie rushers with 658 yards. He has been steady all season with a solid 4.8 YPA and 5 TD’s. In Tampa Bay, Doug Martin has been a nice addition to the Bucs offense with 767 scrimmage yards and 4 touchdowns. In Cleveland, Trent Richardson has 545 combined yards and 5 scores. Others are performing well in limited roles; Daryl Richardson, Brandon Bolden, and Lamar Miller are all averaging over 5 yards per carry, and a few others, David Wilson, Ronnie Hillman, LaMichael James, and Isaiah Pead are expected to be productive backs by their teams. There is probably no Eric Dickerson in this bunch, but there are some quality backs, and the potential is there for this group to be great.

 

Receiver: Justin Blackmon, Kendall Wright, Coby Fleener, Ashlon Jeffery, Stephen Hill, Josh Gordon, T.Y. Hilton, Michael Floyd, Chris Givens

 Wide-receiver is a position that historically has been hard to play at a high level quickly in this league. People that I know widely regard year 3 as the benchmark from which to measure these prospects. So it comes as no surprise that this group’s numbers are down. Justin Blackmon has caught only 14 passes, but we all know he will be much better than that. Kendall Wright leads all rookies with 36 grabs, but he’s netting a paltry 8.4 yards on them. Michael Floyd of the Cards has pulled in only 8 balls. These numbers will improve over time, as can be said for all of the rookie pass catchers. Fleener is the only tight-end in this group and he’s hauled in 19 balls for a 10.4 yard average, but the Colts are expecting bigger things from him as he gains experience.

So that is a look at the top rookie skill position players of 2012, there are many more that I failed to mention who should probably be listed here, and I’m sure they’ll will make me notice them over time. Will this class match up to the class of ’83? We’ll know someday, but that weighty goal is yet to be achieved. For now we get to enjoy watching them make their own histories.

 

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Steve Massey is the author of Grid Iron Audible at @prosportsblogging.com, a weekly column covering all things NFL related. He is originally from California, but now resides in Northern Arkansas with his beautiful wife and best friend, Debbie. Follow Steve on Twitter @SteveMassey9


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  1. Steven Keys Oct 27 20124:12 pm

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    Good break down, Steve. Like you write, the rookie QBs are all making pretty good showings in playing time and numbers.

    With those passing-yards and comp% (I put little stock in QB-rating), I’d expect RG3 to have double-digit passing-TDs. Being on pace for 1100 rushing-yards and to break Cam’s 14 rush-TD mark, he’s clearly (with Shanahan’s approval) trying to bring his college game to the NFL.

    He’s doing some good things. I think 3-4 is fine at this stage, on this team. But if he doesn’t develop in the pocket now and keeps making things up as he goes like Vick, Tebow, Young and Newton, he’ll never be a top-flight NFL, pro QB.

    Nothing comes easy and you can’t always run (up field) from trouble. That can be bigger trouble (concussions). When protection is good, he passes, when it breaks down, rather than moving lateral in the pocket and passing on the re-routes, he rabbits. And sacks are not the end of world, though Detroit’s Suh wants QBs to think as much. Ouch.

    With run-QB ‘all the rage’ in college, the NFL may be forced to evolve, or just keep adapting to each one that comes along. But until then, while RG3 may be in the League “the next ten years,” I don’t ever see flash-QB hoisting the hardware. With his terrific numbers, I’d be happier with RB Alfred Morris at this point in time.

  2. Steve Massey Oct 28 20129:41 am

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    Steven, I know you’re not sipping the RGIII flavored Kool-Aid yet, and I’ll not try to convince you right now; but I do believe his play will, given time, bring you around to seeing it my way.
    Is it really the NFL adjusting to the college game, or is it the other way around?
    In the ’80′s when Miami and BYU were becoming famous for the QB’s they produced from their pro-style offensive sets, it seems like a lot of schools followed suit in order to keep up with recruiting.
    The mind set was easy enough to follow; blue chip prospects want to play in the NFL someday, and their chances of being drafted by an NFL team increase if they’re not labeled a “system QB”. The result was more and more schools junking the wing-T and wishbone formations for the I or spread formations, thus becoming more attractive to high school QB’s who hoped to be pros.
    I believe Michael Vick was the prototype in the latest trend the league is beginning to set, and therefore many mistakes were made in his development; sort of a trial by error. Vick, from almost any point of view, has had a disappointing career. But the potential of what he could have been is still apparent, and he gets a lot of respect throughout the league.
    Trends come and go (reference the wildcat), but some of them stick around and evolve (see Air-Coryell or West-Coast Offense).
    For now, the days of the slow pocket passer are fading, and they may or may not return, but today the trend is definitely on younger, more athletic QB’s. They don’t have to all be like RGIII and Cam, but they do need to be able to motor for a positive gain from a collapsing pocket. Believe me, when I see Phil Rivers try to roll out with his seemingly lead weighted feet, I hold my breath just knowing that nothing good is about to happen for my team.
    I do love that Alfred Morris; he’s been steady all season long, and so far he reminds me of a rookie that played for the L.A. Rams a long time ago named Jerome Bettis. It will be interesting to see how his career progresses.
    Thanks for the read, Steve

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