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2020 PEPSI ZERO SUGAR NFL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR FINALISTS

Justin Herbert Chargers Rookie of the Year
Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert should be the offensive rookie of the year, but this is a great list of players.

Who do you think will win Rookie of the Year? Today Pepsi Zero Sugar announced the five finalists for the rookie of the year.

There are some great players on the list including one undrafted free agent!

2020 PEPSI ZERO SUGAR NFL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR FINALISTS

PLAYERPOSITIONTEAM 
Justin HerbertQuarterbackLos Angeles Chargers
Justin JeffersonWide ReceiverMinnesota Vikings
James RobinsonRunning BackJacksonville Jaguars
Jonathan TaylorRunning BackIndianapolis Colts
Chase YoungDefensive EndWashington Football Team

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert

Herbert recorded the most touchdown passes (31), most completions (396) and second-most passing yards (4,336) by a rookie quarterback in NFL history.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson

Jefferson, a 2021 Pro Bowl selection, led all rookies and ranked fourth in the NFL with 1,400 receiving yards, a total that surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS (1,313 receiving yards in 1998) for the most in Vikings franchise history and ANQUAN BOLDIN (1,377 receiving yards in 2003) for the most by a rookie wide receiver in the Super Bowl era.

Jacksonville Jaguars running back James Robinson

Robinson ranked second among rookies with 1,414 scrimmage yards (1,070 rushing, 344 receiving) – the most scrimmage yards by an undrafted rookie in the common-draft era – and became the fourth undrafted rookie with at least 1,000 rushing yards since 1967.

Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor

Taylor led all rookies and ranked third in the NFL with 1,169 rushing yards while his 1,468 scrimmage yards were the sixth-most in the league this season.

Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young

Young, a 2021 Pro Bowl selection, led all rookies in sacks (7.5) and tackles for loss (10), and was the only player in the NFL this season with at least four forced fumbles (four) and three fumble recoveries (three).

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