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#1 2017-08-28 06:03:56


Where Myles Garrett, top rookie pass-rushers stand headed in 2017

Which rookie pass-rusher will be this http://www.yadeos.com/captain-munnerlyn … c-1_2.html year's Joey Bosa? History says probably none of them. What Bosa did as a rookie last season for the Chargers -- 10.5 sacks in only 12 games -- was bonkers. And while teams that picked pass-rushers early in this year's draft have high hopes for their own prospective Bosas, there's a good chance they'll have to wait.
According to ESPN Stats & Information, there have been six players in the past 10 seasons who have reached double-figure sacks as rookies. They are Aldon Smith (14), Von Miller (11.5), Brian Orakpo (11), Bosa (10.5), Clay Matthews (10) and Ndamukong Suh (10). Decent list.
But Bosa's numbers look even more amazing when you remember he missed four games due to injury. Because he played only 12 games, his average number of sacks per game was 0.88. The last rookie to average more than that http://www.arimtex.com/dellin-betances- … -1_36.html was Julius Peppers, who had 15 sacks in 15 games in 2002. Smith's average of 0.88 in 2011 matches Bosa's.
Since sacks became an official stat in 1982, only five rookies have averaged more sacks per game than Bosa did. They are Peppers, Cornelius Bennett, Reggie White, Leslie O'Neal and Jevon Kearse.
So, yeah, not to presume anything too crazy about the rest of Bosa's career. But the stats tell us that if you're a pass-rusher and you have a rookie season like the one he had, you have a decent chance of ending up in the Hall of Fame.
Now that we've succeeded in deflating your expectations for your favorite team's top pick, let's take a look at some of the rookie pass-rushers who are expected to play big roles. We're purposefully leaving out first-round defensive D'Onta Foreman Womens Jersey linemen Solomon Thomas and Jonathan Allen, as neither their college roles nor their projected NFL roles fit completely into the "pass-rusher" category:



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