It's tough for a rookie to make an impact in his first year in the National Football League.  You're young and inexperienced and instead of college players you are now playing against the biggest, fastest, and toughest football players in the world.

 
Most rookies need a little time, a little seasoning if you will, before they begin to stand out amongst the NFL's best.
 
These guys, it would seem, are not "most" rookies. They are rocking it right away and color us impressed!
 

Eddie Lacy (RB) - Green Bay Packers

Lacy leads all rookies with 669 rushing yards and 758 scrimmage yards.

 

Zac Stacy (RB) - St. Louis Cardinals

Since becoming the starter in Week 5, Stacy has rushed for 533 yards, the third-most in the NFL over that span.

 

Terrance Williams (WR) - Dallas Cowboys

Williams has a touchdown catch in five of the past six games and is averaging 21.6 yards per catch over that stretch.

 

Cordarrelle Patterson (WR) - Minnesota Vikings

Patterson leads the NFL averaging 35.2 yards per kickoff return and has returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, the most in the league. 

 

Jordan Reed (TE) – Washington Redskins

Reed leads all rookies with 44 receptions and is first among rookie tight ends with 487 receiving yards.

 

Which of these NFC rookie would you build a team around?