However, I say this with all confidence: There’s a legitimate case to make for Javonte Williams being the Offensive Rookie of the Year if he keeps up this pace. I didn’t think I would write that sentence a couple of months ago. After the game against Baltimore, it felt like that would perfectly summarize his season: Big runs through contact balance and some highlight-reel plays, but more self-inflicted errors that drop his consistency.
Jonathon Cooper has had an up-and-down stint with the Broncos through his rookie season, so far. Flashing massively in the preseason, not performing to fans’ expectations early in the regular season, and then finally coming back around as of late, his very inconsistent play has left many fans questioning just how good he can be. Going back to before this season began, Cooper wasn’t the most highly thought of prospect coming out of the University of Ohio State.
Stock Up In the Chiefs' win on Sunday, Sorensen and Thornhill recorded interceptions for Steve Spagnuolo's defense. It's been a rollercoaster of a year for both Chiefs safeties, as Sorensen began the season as a starter before being benched in favor of Thornhill. Against the Broncos, the former picked off a Teddy Bridgewater pass and returned it for a touchdown.