Monday, September 13, 2010

VanFulpen’s Heisman Watch

1. QB Denard Robinson, Michigan – If the Heisman Trophy was given out after two weeks Robinson would win the award hands down. What he has been able to two in the first two weeks of the season has been amazing. In two weeks he has put up 885 yards in total offense, and leads the country with 455 yards rushing and has 3 rushing touchdowns and also has thrown for 430 yards and 2 touchdowns. In last week against Notre Dame he racked up 502 yards in total offense and help Michigan win the game down in South Bend. In the next three week he should do well with winnable game for Michigan.

2. QB Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State – Pryor is coming off a huge win against Miami in which he rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown and lead Ohio State to the win. This season Pryor has thrown for 480 yards and 4 touchdowns and rushed for 130 yards and 1 touchdown. Ohio State isn’t tested for a while until they play at Wisconsin, October 16th.

3. QB Ryan Mallett, Arkansas – Mallett has throw for 701 yards and 6 touchdowns in two weeks and has the ability to put those type number game in and game out this season. He plays Georgia this Saturday and then in two weeks plays Alabama in which if he can pull that win off and put up good numbers who could job to the top of the Heisman list.

4. QB Kellen Moore, Boise State – Moore and Boise State didn’t play this past week and only has played one game against Virginia Tech in which he lead Boise State back to a win late in the game and threw for 215 yards and 3 touchdowns. In two weeks they play Oregon State which will be another big test for him and Boise State.

5. QB Landry Jones, Oklahoma – Jones is coming off a huge win against Florida State in which he threw for 380 yards and 4 touchdowns. In the first two weeks of the season he has thrown for 597 yards and 6 touchdowns with 2 interceptions, and Oklahoma will be in the National Title hunt all season long and they have a huge game against Texas in 3 weeks.

1 comment:

  1. I just don't see Michigan lasting long enough for Robinson to actually be considered.