Patriots Award For Best Rookie?

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Most deserving Rookie Of The Year For The Patriots

Poll closed Jan 28, 2010.
  1. Julian Edelman

    18 vote(s)
  2. Myron Pryor

    2 vote(s)
  3. Sebastian Vollmer

    75 vote(s)
  4. Other (who?)

    4 vote(s)
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    #12 Jersey

    Who deserved the Rookie Of The Year on this team?

    Julian Edelman
    Sebastian Vollmer
    Myron Pryor?

    or another player?
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2010
  2. BradyMossWelker

    BradyMossWelker Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    I gotta say Edelman.
    I believe he will be a elite reciever in the NFL.
  3. BadMoFo

    BadMoFo Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Elite? :rolleyes:

    He'll be good for what we need him to be, possession receiver to mid-range level throws. There are only a few elite receivers in the NFL, and I have a hard time thinking we'll be seeing Edelman among the Larry Fitgeralds, Andre Johnsons, Reggie Waynes, etc.

    I'll be happy if he's as good as Austin Collie.
  4. woolster22

    woolster22 In the Starting Line-Up

    Our big German friend... Mr. Light better start looking for a new job!
  5. BradyMossWelker

    BradyMossWelker Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    edelman only played two games with good playing time, with Houston and Baltimore, he had a plus 100 yard game and a 2 td performance.
    He is already better than Collie, he will be better then Wes.
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2010
  6. PatsChamp88

    PatsChamp88 In the Starting Line-Up

    #75 Jersey

    Butler deserves some consideration for third place but Vollmer is the clear winner.
  7. Calciumee

    Calciumee Supporter Supporter

    #3 Jersey

    I was stuck between Edelman or Vollmer.

    But I went for Edelman due to his draft position and how he has had to learn a new position.

    But Vollmer is bloody good ;)
  8. pats1

    pats1 Moderator Supporter

    Don't forget about Ingram.
  9. BradyMossWelker

    BradyMossWelker Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    If a Long Snapper is our rookie MVP, that is a very very bad sign.
  10. DarrylS

    DarrylS Supporter Supporter

    By a very long shot.. Vollmer.
  11. Franchise12

    Franchise12 On the Game Day Roster

    Vollmer by a mile

    I never got nervous when he was on the feild and i preferred him at left tackle over light. That says alot.
  12. Bill B.

    Bill B. Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    I voted for Ingram. He snapped the ball 138 times without a miscue. The Patriots did not miss Lonie Paxton at all. Ingram deserves some recognition for doing a good job.
  13. ac0608

    ac0608 Rookie

    I'll go with Vollmer. Considering that Edelman was a 7th Round QB playing a completely new position, I think Vollmer has a chance to be a Top 5 Tackle in this league.
  14. muzz

    muzz Supporter Supporter

    It was clear to me in PS that he had some serious talent, and when he got his chance he sure as hell didn't disappoint.
    Edelman was awesome too, and I'm hopeful that he can stay healthy and gain more experience.
    I'm not sure why he's going to be "better" than Wes :rolleyes:, but I'll leave that to the rejects to sort out.
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2010
  15. KontradictioN

    KontradictioN Do you even lift? Supporter

    No Jersey Selected

    Edelman is my vote. Solid contributer despite being hurt and has been our best rookie pass catcher since Branch. Vollmer was alright in his stint as a starting LT and RT and, don't get me wrong, will be very good one day. However, this season he needed help from tight ends and wide receivers a little too much for me to vote him "best rookie". He would be my runner-up though.
  16. Potter

    Potter Rookie

    Has to be Vollmer for me. Guy looked more than comfortable when he stepped in for Light, against some very good Defensive Ends.

    Don't get me wrong Edelman was great especially considering his draft position and the fact he was a QB but we may have drafted a stud LT in the second round.
  17. patsfan-1982

    patsfan-1982 In the Starting Line-Up

    i don't know about elite. welkers name is not even bring up when peopel talk about elite. WR in the NFL

    elite means geting 90+ catchs 1200+ yerds and 10+ TD's every year. pretty much randy moss, im not sure he will ever be that good. but i am with you in thinking he will become a good WR and at worst a realy good #3
  18. eagle eye

    eagle eye In the Starting Line-Up

    #85 Jersey

    So you don't consider WW elite then? I ask seeing as you didn't mention his name.
  19. eagle eye

    eagle eye In the Starting Line-Up

    #85 Jersey

    I'd have exactly the same view as this.
  20. s.t.e.n.d.e.c

    s.t.e.n.d.e.c Practice Squad Player

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