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Vote: Which NFL rookie offensive player is off to the best start?

Wentz-mania has taken over Philly and the NFL.



Carson Wentz, the Eagles' first-rounder and the second overall pick, took down the Bears on Monday night, becoming just the fifth rookie QB to start the season 2-0.

Wentz is off to a fast start, but he's not alone. Several of the NFL's first-year stars have made fans take notice.

We know it's early, but with so many rookies hitting the big stage and finding the end zone, we ask:

Prescott has been as good as advertised and was surgical during Dallas' comeback win vs. the Redskins on Sunday. Shepard's Giants are 2-0, and he is coming off a huge 117-yard effort vs. the Saints. Wentz was stellar in his debut and followed it up by outplaying veteran Jay Cutler on Monday Night Football. Then there's Fuller, who has back-to-back 100-yard games while averaging 23.4 yards per catch for the Texans.

Not among them is No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff, among the preseason favorites in the discussion for Rookie of the Year honors. He has yet to suit up, but with the Rams totaling nine points in their first two games, his time could be near.

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