Speculate: What type of year would it take for MHJ to become Rookie of the Year?

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Post what numbers (and W-L record) you think it would take to beat out Caleb or another QB?

I'm guessing it would need to be gigantic. Something like:

1500 yards
13TDs
110 receptions

and a W-L record of 10-7 or better.

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All of the top QBs would have to be super-mid. Like less than 3500 yards passing and fewer than six wins.

I think you’re right on the TDs, but to me FEWER receptions would be key. Chase won OROY with a wild 81/1455/13 line.
 

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Post what numbers (and W-L record) you think it would take to beat out Caleb or another QB?

I'm guessing it would need to be gigantic. Something like:

1500 yards
13TDs
110 receptions

and a W-L record of 10-7 or better.

Thoughts?
I don't think it would be that crazy. I'll say (barring a breakout QB rookie):

1000 yards
10 TDs
75 Rec
 

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Post what numbers (and W-L record) you think it would take to beat out Caleb or another QB?

I'm guessing it would need to be gigantic. Something like:

1500 yards
13TDs
110 receptions

and a W-L record of 10-7 or better.

Thoughts?
Garrett Wilson won it two years ago with 1,100 yards and 4 TDs. Jamarr Chase won it the year before that with 1400 yards and 7 TDs. So, he doesn't have to go that big.

I agree it's more about how the QBs do. They will naturally get a lot more attention. If Caleb Williams is just competent he will most likely win it
 

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Garrett Wilson won it two years ago with 1,100 yards and 4 TDs. Jamarr Chase won it the year before that with 1400 yards and 7 TDs. So, he doesn't have to go that big.

I agree it's more about how the QBs do. They will naturally get a lot more attention. If Caleb Williams is just competent he will most likely win it
Chase had 13 TDs
 

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And he was competing against this sad crop of QBs:

Urban Meyer led Trevor Lawrence

Zack Wilson being chased by Cougars

Trey Lance sitting behind Garoppolo
Yup. Man, that 2022 draft was a mess if you were looking for skill position players on offense.
 

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There’s a good chance All 3 of the top QBs suck :)

But there were 6 QB selected in the top 15 this year.

Since 2010, there have been 22 first-round quarterbacks who started at least 10 games as rookies. 11 of those had a winning record in their rookie season, and 13 of them threw for at least 3,000 yards. So odds are, with most likely around 4-5 rookies starting this season in week 1, that at least one will have a good enough season to win OROY.
 

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It would take all drafted quarterbacks sucking.

Justin Herbert beat Justin Jefferson to offensive rookie of the year and Jefferson had 1400 yards. And Herbert got 82% of the vote.

Any rookie QB that sniffs 4000 yards will win it by default. Caleb Williams seems stuck on to win it with the receivers he has.
 

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i think it'll take murray - conner and mcbride being healthy all season - if that happens it's all on mhj
 

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