"The risk on Mathieu could be well worth considering how is playing since the draft.
He surprised everybody in Arizona for his performances in the training camp, and in pre-season he finished with 12 total tackels, one sack and one pass defensed.
This year there isn't a clear favourite for the defensive rookie of the year award like in the previous seasons with Cushing, Suh, Miller and Kuechly, so there is great competition and the media hype on the ex LSU could be decisive in the end. "
"Watt has already won the award last year with an unbelievable season and the only one who has won the defensive player of the year award two times in a row was Lawrence Taylor in 1981 and 1982.
Watt finished last year with 81 tackels, 20.5 sacks, 39 tackles for loss, 4 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries and 16 passes defended.
It is clear that we are talking about a special player here, with people already saying he could become the best defensive player in the history of the NFL just after his second season in the pro.
Only the legend Taylor won the award in two consecutive seasons, but considering he is only 24 and he has infinite motivations he could repeat history and become a legend LT. "
"After considering all of the rookie running backs this year I choose to go with another quarterback as there is no clear favorite for the award like in the previous seasons.
EJ Manuel will be the starting QB in Buffalo, he has a good cast around him with top runningbacks and great wide receivers, and he looked good in pre-season.
The top 4 RB in the draft were drafted by teams built on the passing game (Bengals, Steelers, Broncos, Packers), while the other top QB (Geno Smith) doesn't have a great offense to play with in NY.
"Manning have the best schedule of any quarterback in the first 5 games of the season with home games against Baltimore, Oakland, Philly and trips to NY and Dallas.
Against the Ravens Peyton has thrown for 494 yards in two matches against them, the Giants don't seem to have the secondary to limit him, and both the Raiders and Cowboys conceded more than 230 passing yards per game last season.
He has already started well in pre-season with 410 passed yards and 2 TD, he knows the offense better in his second season with Denver and he has a new top receiver like Wes Welker as a weapon. "
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