Eddie Lacy The Favorite For Offensive Rookie Of the Year

Nov 24, 2013; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy (27) celebrates a touchdown by jumping into the stands during the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field. The Vikings and Packers tied 26-26. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

The race for the offensive rookie of the year is coming down to a few players and Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy currently holds the inside track, according to Bovada. Here are the current betting odds for the rookie of the year award:

Eddie Lacy (GB) RB                              3/2
Keenan Allen (SD) WR                           11/4
Mike Glennon (TB) QB                           3/1
Giovani Bernard (CIN) RB                       9/2
Zac Stacy (ST) RB                                 11/2

The award is going to come down to either Eddie Lacy or Keenan Allen. Both players have been having spectacular years for their clubs and both guys have a bright future in the league.

Eddie Lacy has 822 rushing yards this year and 6 touchdowns. I wonder how much better things could have been for him if Aaron Rodgers were able to sling the rock around this year.

Keenan Allen has 843 receiving yards this season and 3 touchdowns. He has helped Philip Rivers turn things around this year in the passing game and is one of the few reliable wide receiver options for the team.

Topics: Green Bay Packers, Sa Diego Chargers

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  • Wulgus

    LACY LACY LACY LACY

  • MikeInMaine

    It is SOOO sad that Aaron Dobson has been so beat up this year. I bet he would have blown these guys out of the water had he been healthy. And I’m not simply homering for my team. I’m a big fan of Allen… and Lacy and Bernard… and any great player. EJ Manuel should be in this race as well. WAY ahead of Stacy!! Stacy has only been a stud just recently. That’s total BS! Manuel has been amazing over and over again.