I love hearing stories about an NFL veteran who in one season defies the odds. I remember Darrel Green playing forever and Marcus Allen reviving his career as a Kansas City Chief. Fred Taylor had a great year for Jacksonville and yet they let him go.
Anyone have a guess as to who is due for a break-out season?
I'm hearing a lot of talk about Pierre Thomas NO running back. I'd keep an eye on him even though Reggie Bush has the speed. Thomas has the power in his rush.
Reggie Bush (ha a real knee knocker isn't it?)
LeSean McCoy (Westy has yet to run the ball since his two off season surgeries)
Ten Ginn (I must be drinking gin)
When you say break-out year only one name comes to mind and that's Darren McFadden. He's worked hard this offseason and has had a decent pre-season.
For me Pierre Thomas wont see enough touches to have a break out year, even if Reggie gets hurt.
Nice! I really like the idea of both Tory Holt and Issac Bruce as co-Comeback Player of the Year myself. I'll never forget the "Greatest Show on Turf" days. How cool would that be
Im thinking Josh Morgan seeing how Crabtree didn't sign.
Maybe Cedric Benson too the Bengals should be better if Palmer stays healthy.
I think this year will be the year that everyone sees the skills possessed by DeAngelo Williams. He dominated the record books in college, running for the University of Memphis. Since entering the NFL, he has been exceptional: however, I don't feel as if he has been given the respect he deserves. I think this will be the year everyone sees what he is made of.
by prettydarkhorse 8 years ago
Scandal over improper benefits still taking toll!http://www.boston.com/sports/colleges/f … s_heisman/First time to happen in 75 years!!!
by ShaunMasterton 8 years ago
Never to early to start thinking about what team or what player is going be the surprise package or the main force next season, especially if you play Fantasy Football. My main sleeper next season would be Jerome Harrison (Cleveland Browns) at RB, Browns not have much of a passing game and will...
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