This is getting kind of routine, but Alvin Kamara is up for his fifth Rookie of the Week win in a row and his sixth on the year so far. Between him and Marshon Lattimore, the New Orleans Saints rookie class has accounted for the award in seven of twelve weeks. That’s gotta be a record in its own right.
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In case you lost track, last week Kamara led the day in scrimmage yards, just barely surpassing Mark Ingram’s 122 yards with 126 of his own. Kamara was very much a dual-threat, running nine times for 60 yards and catching five of the six passes thrown his way for another 66 yards through the air. He also scored a nice pair of touchdowns, including this dramatic goal-line bounce off of a direct hit from Carolina Panthers linebacker Shaq Thompson:
I don't know how Alvin Kamara's body can routinely take these hits and he still falls forward pic.twitter.com/dZID7ASaLz— Ian Wharton (@NFLFilmStudy) December 3, 2017
Kamara’s dominance can’t be understated, especially when compared to the rookie running backs drafted ahead of him. He’s just a monster setting an all-time great pace in both efficiency and volume production.
Live look in on the #RookieOfTheYear race. this chart shows each of the top 4 rookie RB weekly yards gained from scrimmage— John Sigler (@john_siglerrr) December 5, 2017
it's Alvin Kamara's world. we're all just living in it pic.twitter.com/st1wDRiPRG
So let’s keep his streak alive, yeah? Vote for justice. Vote for America. Vote for Kamara.