Future Watch: Top NFL Rookie Performances – Week Fourteen, 2015 – Here is a look at some of the top NFL rookie performances, by position, from Week Fourteen of the 2015 NFL season. Todd Gurley, burst back onto the scene this week as did Nelson Agholor.


Neither Marcus Mariota nor Jameis Winston had meaningful performances during Week 14.

Running Back(s)

Todd Gurley (St. Louis Rams) – 1st Round, 10th Overall Pick – Georgia:  Rushed for 140 yards on 16 carries (8.8 avg.) scoring two touchdowns in the Rams’ 21-14 win against the Detroit Lions.

David Johnson  RB – 3rd Round, 86th Overall – Northern Iowa: Combined for 123 yards all-purpose yards (92 rushing, 31 receiving) in the Cardinals’ 23-20 win against the Minnesota Vikings.

Wide Receiver(s)

Tyler Lockett ( Seattle Seahawks) – 3rd Round, Pick 69th Overall – Kansas State:  Hauled in six catches for 104 yards and two touchdowns in the Seahawks’ 35-6 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

Nelson Agholor (Philadelphia Eagles) – 1st Round Pick, 20th Overall – USC:  Recorded three catches for 62 yards (20.7 avg.), including a 53-yard touchdown in the Eagles’ 23-20 victory against the Buffalo Bills.


Nate Orchard (Cleveland Browns) – 2nd Round Pick, 51st Overall – Utah:  Had two sacks in the Browns’ 24-10 victory against the San Francisco 49ers.

Future Watch: Top NFL Rookie Performances – Week Fourteen, 2015 – Rookie Cards

The 2015 NFL Draft class is shaping up to be one of the brightest in recent history. Currently, two trading card manufacturers, Topps and Panini America, hold the licensing rights to produce NFL trading cards. Most of the above players (if they don’t already) will have multiple rookie cards in a wide range of products to meet any budget.

Click on the links below to learn more about the products where you can find rookie cards of these future NFL stars.

Find out more about 2015 Topps football card products.

Find out more about 2015 Panini football card products.

Future Watch: Top NFL Rookie Performances – Week Fourteen, 2015 – Image Gallery

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