Week 10 NFL All Rookie Team


Week 10 of the 2013 NFL regular season brought quite a few surprises. Some familiar names continued to make plays and claim a spot on the weekly All-Rookie team, while some fresh faces have also worked their way onto the list. The week 10 team features 7 first round picks, 4 second round picks, 6 third round picks, 2 fourth round picks, and an undrafted free agent.

Offense

Mike Glennon – Quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Glennon and the Bucs notched their first win of the season against the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football. It was far from his best effort, but it was good enough for the first win of his career.

Le’Veon Bell – Running Back, Pittsburgh Steelers

Bell brought his lunch pail to work on Sunday and despite a pedestrian 2.6 yards per carry, Bell helped the Steelers win the time of possession battle and scored a touchdown in Pittsburgh’s 23-10 victory over the Buffalo Bills.

Giovani Bernard – Running Back, Cincinnati Bengals

Bernard continues to thrive within Cincinnati’s offense as a dual threat weapon out of the backfield. Bernard had a receiving touchdown and 95 total yards in a loss to the Ravens.

Tavon Austin- Wide Receiver, St. Louis Rams

The Rams faithful have been waiting patiently for Austin to explode and he finally did with 314 total yards and 3 touchdowns in the upset of the week, a 38-8 beat down of the Indianapolis Colts.

Kenny Stills – Wide Receiver, New Orleans Saints

Stills continues to be an explosive downfield threat for Drew Brees and the Saints, his 3 catches for 75 yards, including a 52 yard touchdown reception helped New Orleans race past Dallas 49-17.

Jordan Reed – Tight End, Washington Redskins

Reed has emerged as a playmaker and go to guy for Robert Griffin III and the Redskins offense, but 6 catches for 62 yards and a touchdown were not enough to get a win against the Vikings.

Larry Warford – Right Guard, Detroit Lions

Warford has played a key role in Reggie Bush emerging as an elite back, the Lions controlled the line of scrimmage in their 21-19 victory over the Chicago Bears.

Lane Johnson – Right Tackle, Philadelphia Eagles

Johnsons steady play allowed for Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles to beat the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field, 27-13.

David Bakhtiari – Left Tackle, Green Bay Packers

Bakhtiari has continued to play well at left tackle for the Packers, and has been effective in both the running game and pass protection.

Justin Pugh – Right Tackle, New York Giants

Pugh was able to help get the running game back on track as Andre Brown exploded for 115 yards in a 24-20 victory over the Oakland Raiders.

Defense

 

Datone Jones – Defensive End, Green Bay Packers

Jones got the better of All-Pro left tackle Jason Peters and notched 2 sacks in a home loss against the Eagles.

Star Lotulelei – Defensive Tackle, Carolina Panthers

Lotulelei doesn’t always show up in the box score, but his presence in the middle of the Carolina defensive front has elevated the play of everyone around him.

Jarvis Jones – Outside Linebacker, Pittsburgh Steelers

Jarvis Jones finally recorded the first sack of his career in the Steelers 23-10 victory over the Bills. It has been a slower than expected start for recently demoted Jones, but this game was a step in the right direction.

Kiko Alonso – Inside Linebacker, Buffalo Bills

Alonso was once again a ball hawk and recorded 10 tackles in a loss against the Steelers. Alonso and the Bills held Steeler running backs to under 3.5 yards per carry on the day.

Paul Worrilow – Inside Linebacker, Atlanta Falcons

19 total tackles in a blowout loss to the Seahawks, Worrilow has been a pleasant surprise for the struggling Falcons after going undrafted out of Delaware.

Sio Moore – Outside Linebacker, Oakland Raiders

Moore has slowly been emerging as an edge presence for the Raiders, his 10 tackles, a sack, and forced fumble against the Giants represent the best game in his young career.

Dwayne Gratz – Cornerback, Jacksonville Jaguars

Gratz came up big with 5 tackles and an interception in Jacksonvilles first win of the season, a 29-27 upset of the Tennessee Titans.

D.J. Swearinger – Safety, Houston Texans

Swearinger has become a force for the Texans defense, in a loss to Arizona he had 3 tackles, 1 for loss, broke up 2 passes, and snagged an interception from quarterback Carson Palmer.

Kenny Vaccaro - Safety, New Orleans Saints

Vaccaro and the Saints defense held Tony Romo to his worst passing day of the season, Vaccaro chipped in with 3 tackles and a broken up pass.

Tyrann Mathieu – Defensive Back, Arizona Cardinals

Mathieu had 7 tackles and a broken up pass in the Cardinals victory over the Texans. Mathieu has been a consistent performer for Arizona in 2013 and is developing into a special player.

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  • James O’Bannon

    joseph fauria lions TE

  • holy roller

    what, is this the hall of fame…no kickers? Me thinks King should get the nod…….

  • Benjamin Sixberry

    No punters either? What about Sam Martin?

  • King Rufus

    Marcus Cooper for the Chiefs.

  • Mark Shafer

    I love the energy Sio Moore brings. He is going to be great.

  • Dean Longrie

    where’s Eddie Lacy ? he has single handly revived the packer run game and has done more then Bell, I like Bernard but Bell? he hasn’t done nothing compared to Lacey

  • Kenneth Tarlow

    What about Zac Stacy?