View Poll Results: Who is the KC rookie of the year?

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  • Brandon Flowers

    17 42.50%
  • Brandon Albert

    10 25.00%
  • Brandon Carr

    7 17.50%
  • Jamaal Charles

    3 7.50%
  • Glenn Dorsey

    0 0%
  • Connor Barth

    0 0%
  • Kevin Robinson

    0 0%
  • Mike Cox

    0 0%
  • DaJuan Morgan

    0 0%
  • Maurice Leggett

    3 7.50%
  • Other

    0 0%
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    Who is the KC rookie of the year?

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    Leggett was voted ROY by the team.


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    Brandon Flowers

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    I forgot Legget. Oops. Oh well, just vote other and write in his name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.A.S. View Post
    I forgot Legget. Oops. Oh well, just vote other and write in his name.
    I edited your poll.


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    Flowers would be my choice. If not him, then Albert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    I edited your poll.
    Alright, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.A.S. View Post
    Who is the KC rookie of the year?
    Carr, and it isn't close. Flowers missed a mess of games. Leggett did well, but Carr took over that 2CB slot and played at a pro level all year. Our best draft pick of the past three years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmlamerson View Post
    Carr, and it isn't close. Flowers missed a mess of games. Leggett did well, but Carr took over that 2CB slot and played at a pro level all year. Our best draft pick of the past three years.
    Carr was played surprisingly well at the beggining of the season but he has struggled pretty bad the last half. Flowers was nothing but a pure force every game he played with the exception of the first few. If you factor in draft position then you can give Carr a few extra points but Flowers was the better player. period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nel Toille View Post
    Carr was played surprisingly well at the beggining of the season but he has struggled pretty bad the last half. Flowers was nothing but a pure force every game he played with the exception of the first few. If you factor in draft position then you can give Carr a few extra points but Flowers was the better player. period.
    Flowers ended the season with 2 INTS - both from the Jets game - 68 tackles, and missed two games entirely and parts of others. Carr ended the season with 2 INTs, 73 tackles, and played every game.

    I know stats aren't everything, but both Flowers and Carr got abused towards the end of the season, as teams realized that there was no pass rush.

    From what I saw, Carr was the better tackler, performed better in coverage, and was more durable. Flowers did very well, but I think Carr will be our 1CB for years to come.

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