NFL Rookie Betting Tips – The Top Rookie NFL Talents To Watch
The NFL season, now two weeks old, has given a nation of football fans many snapshots of the league's future. It's hard to resist the attraction of three hotshot quarterbacks who seem poised for greatness in the years ahead.
When people in the online sports betting legal realm imagine the possibilities of the sport of football, they imagine a dynamically athletic quarterback, a gifted scrambler with a rocket arm who can change the dimensions of the field at any time and from any spot on the gridiron. Michael Vick once possessed this aura in the early days of his playing career. Vick has been slowed down by injuries and the ability of opposing defenses to keep him in the pocket. However, a new rookie has the potential to forge a Hall of Fame career.
Robert Griffin III is making believers not just of Washington Redskin fans, but football gurus throughout the country. Griffin has taken a sputtering and stuttering Redskin offense and turned it into a legitimately productive force. Washington has scored at least 28 points in each of its first two games, something that almost surely would not have happened if Rex Grossman, last year's starting quarterback, had kept his job.
The high-stakes poker games that exist in the NFL, these high-level duels between defensive coordinators and quarterbacks, force the modern signal caller to become that much more multi-dimensional each week. Opposing defensive coordinators are going to compile more and more information on Griffin's tendencies and weaknesses. It will be harder for him to handle the heat as this season develops. Yet, Griffin's arm strength, combined with his open-field mobility and agility, will enable him to fend off many challenges and remain a force in the NFL. As he picks up a few years, he will only grow into the position with a greater level of comfort and confidence.
Another man who is going to be a star in the football betting world before too long is Andrew Luck, the rookie quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts. "Cool Hand Luck" steadily guided the Colts – an underequipped team – to their first win of 2012 this past Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. When one realizes that the Colts went 2-14 last season, Luck's ability to win a game in week two speaks to his maturity and composure as a team leader. The Colts made a great choice in 1998 when they plucked Peyton Manning in the draft, and they have seemingly found their next gifted quarterback for the coming decade.
Finally, one has to respect what Russell Wilson is doing in Seattle. The football world was surprised that Wilson beat out high-profile free-agent acquisition Matt Flynn for the starting job with the Seahawks, but coach Pete Carroll cultivates and encourages that culture of competition. Wilson had to dazzle the Seahawks' coaching staff in order to win the job, and this past Sunday, he posted a terrific 112.7 quarterback rating in Seattle's 27-7 thrashing of the Dallas Cowboys. Wilson's speed and arm strength are good enough to compensate for his lack of height. He will frustrate middle linebackers for many years in this league.