Those folks must be like you and they don't watch whole seasons but rely on highlights and partial games.
Are you claiming they have all said they think Wilson is the best rookie QB? If so, they must hear their show for people like you who don't really follow football.
The consensus was it would be a tough choice to name a top rookie between
Luck, Wilson, Griffin and Morris. However, after the Seattle/Redskin game most are saying they are now voting for Wilson. Since, Luck, Griffin and Morris will all be watching the next round of playoffs at home, I would say Wilson is in the lead unless he totally bombs out against Atlanta.
However, that is just a guess on my part. It is possible many voters may feel sorry for Bob due to his unfortunate injury and give him the sympathy vote. Personally, if I had a vote I would give it to Alfred Morris. Second in the NFL in rushing and all time Redskin rushing record as a rookie. I think he deserves it more than any rookie QB at this point, but if Wilson takes Seattle to the superbowl he would have to get it.
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