Breakout Seasons:

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  1. robertmac43

    robertmac43 Registered User

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    Who is due for a break out year this coming season?

    Personally I'm thinking it's about time Josh Doctson has a solid year in Washington.
     
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    For the Vikings it's definitely Dalvin Cook. He's fully recovered and he might have a huge season if he stays healthy.
     
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    Troy McClure BPA is a lie

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    A lazy answer is someone like Geoff Swaim. He's the starting Cowboys TE now that Witten retired. I don't see him being great or anything, but he is going to get tons of targets because Dak prefers to work the middle of the field.
     
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    doctson, rankins, jonathan allen, justin simmons, quincy wilson, fabian moreau and kenny clark
     
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    For the Chargers I would love to say Mike Williams but i'm still skeptical. I think Dan Feeney will take a solid leap year 2, Derwin James is another obvious answer, i'm curious to see how Bradley lines him up with Addae as both do their best work near the line.
    Sleeper pick would be Kyzir White rookie 4th rounder already taking snaps with the ones in TC. Wasn't big on the pick at the time but like that they're converting him to LB.
     
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    What the Faulk You'll know when you go

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    Christian McCaffrey. Next thread.
     
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    For the Colts there's a TON of breakout season potential players.

    The Hooker/Geathers safety tandem could be something special.

    Quincy Wilson will have a chance to be a legit n.1 corner

    Marlon Mack will run behind a solid offensive line.

    Terrell Basham could have a real good sack number opposed to Sheard in the new 4-3.

    It's going to be a very interesting year. I haven't even mentioned the infusion of our rookies yet. The colts could be a bottom 3 team just like they could make the playoffs if everything clicks and Luck is healthy all year.
     
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    six sigma soon. maybe.

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    Naz Jones 3T, Tedric Thompson FS.
     
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    Breakout seasons: Derrick Henry, Joe Mixon, Corey Coleman and Trey Burton.

    Rebound season: Amari Cooper, Martavis Bryant

    Rookie breakout beside the obvious big names: Royce Freeman
     
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    God I hope so. The Chargers really need a huge revamp on offense and drafting WRs that are injury prone is not helping at all.
     
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    never count on guys name Mike Williams in the NFL that name has bust written all over it. Lions, Bills, TB have already experienced this. Mike Williams says he'll be the best Mike Williams in NFL history
     
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    Yeah I wasn't happy with the pick at the draft (had him as #3 WR in the draft) and he's yet to convince me otherwise. Apparently he's looked better this camp but it's hard to tell if that's legit or just the chargers media team trying to convince people he was a good pick.

    Hope he does well but keeping my expectations low.
     
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    Corey Davis
    Joe Mixon
    Aaron Jones
     
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    Dalvin Cook is the obvious choice.
     
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    Roboturner913 Jerky McJerkface

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    Marcus Williams has been the talk of Saints camp, people are starting to throw around Earl Thomas and Ed Reed comparisons. He's not quite there yet but he is making a ton of plays. He made plays last year too but this is something different.
     

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