Bleacher Report’s 2016 Consensus NFL All-Rookie Team

January 4, 2017   ·     ·   Jump to comments

What did multiple NFL teams find during the 2016 season? 

Optimism can come in many forms. For the football teams, the development of a talented young player into a star can redefine a franchise. 
The 2016 campaign's biggest story involved a pair of young studs who didn't just develop into stars; they're also wearing them. 
The Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott dominated on the team's way to a league-best 13-3 record. 
Their play expanded beyond normal expectations. Most rookies are supposed to come into the look and experience peaks and valleys during their first season. A select few never hit the rookie wall and play a relatively high level. 
Those players comprise Bleacher Report's 2016 Consensus NFL All-Rookie Team after being voted upon by 12 analysts: Jason Cole, Gary Davenport, Tyler Dunne, Doug Farrar, Mike Freeman, Brad Gagnon, Matt Miller, Dan Pompei, Chris Simms, Mike Tanier, Sean Tomlin...

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