Week 14 NFL Rookie Power Rankings: Jaguars' Josh Allen sets rookie franchise record, Gardner Minshew returns

A year ago at this time, Colts linebacker Darius Leonard had separated himself from the rest of the pack on his way to Defensive Rookie of the Year, and Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield and Giants running back Saquon Barkley were the clear favorites on offense. The same thing applies in 2019. With four weeks left in the season, it would be difficult for any new names to join the competition for those awards. If a player is ranked towards the top of the list at this stage of the season, then they probably have a good chance to take home some hardware. 

With that in mind, here's a look at the latest edition of our weekly cumulative rookie rankings. 

Week 14 Rookie Rankings
Nick Bosa San Francisco 49ers DE
Bosa did not have a large presence in the stat sheet but he continues to make a big impact. Stats: 36 tackles, eight sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one interception
Josh Allen Jacksonville Jaguars DE
Allen is now the franchise single season record holder for sacks by a rookie. He has a chance to set the league record for a rookie but he will have to turn up the heat. Stats: 34 tackles, nine sacks, two forced fumbles
Josh Jacobs Oakland Raiders RB
Jacobs was successful Sunday against the Chiefs but the Raiders fell so far behind that they had to abandon the run game. Jacobs went over 100 all-purpose yards for the eighth time this year. Stats: 218 carries for 1,061 yards, seven touchdowns; 18 receptions for 146 yards
Kyler Murray Arizona Cardinals QB
The Rams contained Murray and utterly dominated the entirety of the game. It does not overshadow what the rookie has been able to accomplish this season. Stats: 273 of 427 passes completed for 2,866 yards, 14 touchdowns and six interceptions; 71 carries for 446 yards, four touchdowns
Maxx Crosby Oakland Raiders DE
Crosby did not have a sack this week. He must have caught that flu that is going around or something. He did have two tackles for a loss, however. Stats: 36 tackles, 7.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, three pass deflections
Devin Bush Pittsburgh Steelers LB
Bush was all over the field in a win over the rival Browns. Stats: 86 tackles, one sack, two interceptions, one forced fumble, four fumble recoveries, four pass deflections
Erik McCoy New Orleans Saints C
The Saints improved to 10-2 on the season. The offense was not overly impressive but the offensive line kept Drew Brees clean and averaged over five yards per carry.
D.K. Metcalf Seattle Seahawks WR
Metcalf had a fumble that nearly cost the Seahawks but he also led the team in receiving. The rookie has developed into a trusted target for Russell Wilson. Stats: 44 receptions for 705 yards, five touchdowns
Elgton Jenkins Green Bay Packers G
The Packers' run game did not fare very well this week but Aaron Rodgers threw for four touchdowns and zero interceptions. Mission accomplished.
Terry McLaurin Washington Redskins WR
McLaurin had a pedestrian week with just eight yards on two receptions. A.J. Brown and Deebo Samuel are close on his heels in terms of rookie wide receiver production. Stats: 42 receptions for 646 yards, five touchdowns
A.J. Brown Tennessee Titans WR
Brown added another 45 receiving yards to his season total. He is a big play waiting to happen every time he takes the field. Stats: 34 receptions for 626 yards, four touchdowns
Deebo Samuel San Francisco 49ers WR
Samuel found the end zone for the second consecutive week. He also had a big-gain carry. Stats: 42 receptions for 564 yards, three touchdowns; Six carries for 57 yards, one touchdown
Gardner Minshew Jacksonville Jaguars QB
Minshew Mania is back! The Jaguars offense received a boost from the moment he stepped on the field Sunday. Stats: 204 of 334 passes completed for 2,432 yards, 14 touchdowns, five interceptions; 44 carries for 243 yards
Devin White Tampa Bay Buccaneers LB
White has been a high volume tackler throughout the season and he is making more and more big plays. The NFC South better watch out because the linebacker is starting to produce the way many had expected. Stats: 69 tackles, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, one interception, three pass deflections
Juan Thornhill Kansas City Chiefs FS
Thornhill registered a pick six in Sunday's win over the Raiders. The single high safety has tremendous athleticism and high upside. Stats: 46 tackles, two interceptions, four pass deflections, one touchdown

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