Now that the 2010 NFL season is officially over for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, let’s take a look at an award that two Buccaneers have a shot at winning – the Offense Rookie of the Year Award.
As it stands, there are really three players in the running, two of which wear pewter and red. Wide receiver Mike Williams, running back LeGarrette Blount, and St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford are seen by many to be the frontrunners to win the award.
Williams and Blount each have a shot to become the first Buccaneer to win the award since running back Cadillac Williams in 2005.
Here is a look at their numbers:Mike Williams, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Stats:
65 receptions for 964 receiving yards (14.8 avg.), 11 touchdownsTeam’s W-L record:
Fourth round (101st overall)LeGarrette Blount, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Stats:
201 carries for 1,004 rushing yards (5.0 avg.), six touchdowns Team’s W-L record:
UndraftedSam Bradford, QB, St. Louis Rams Stats:
354-of-590 (60 pct.) for 3,512 yards, 19 total touchdowns, 15 interceptionsTeam’s W-L record:
First round (1st overall)
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