Offensive Rookie of the Year
Ezekiel Elliott RB DAL
There seems to be only one rookie QB starting week one this year and he was the eighth one taken in the draft and only starting due to injury. That eliminates QBs from this conversation. There was no elite WR this year and Fuller, Doctson, and Thomas could find themselves a little behind on the depth chart. Coleman, Treadwell, Shepard, and Boyd all have a potential to make a name for themselves but this race is all Ezekiel Elliott’s to lose. The fourth overall pick has the best offensive line in the NFL and a rookie QB starting. To protect Prescott I expect a lot of runs from Dallas and using their strengths to their advantage. Elliott might not only be in the conversation for Offensive Rookie of the Year but for the league rushing title as well.