Comments: 2014 NFL Comeback Player of the Year Candidates
 
 
 
 

Comments: 2014 NFL Comeback Player of the Year Candidates

The greatest champions have the shortest memories. Many of these nominees burned fantasy owners in 2013 and may have even cost you a shot at your league championship. Don't hold a grudge in this game. This is a new season and last year's trash could become this year's treasure. Their struggles may have been due to injury, performance or situation; however, these issues change drastically from year-to-year. We compiled a list of players that under-performed in 2013 and will rebound statistically in this upcoming season. These candidates once proved they can carry a fantasy team to victory and we here at FFToolbox think they can do it again.

Players listed in this article:
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Arian Foster???

Posted by:
micahnaylor 07/06/14 12:07 PM

We had him on the list and took him off last minute. We put him in a similar category as Julio Jones. He dealt with injuries but he wasn't bad enough to be on this list when he played. I actually voted for a few players that didn't make it, including foster, white and a few others. But the players in this article was a group effort by the FFToolbox staff.

Posted by:
Mark Morales-Smith 07/06/14 06:27 PM

Sean Spence, ILB Pittsburgh. I doubt that anyone on the list had an injury nearly as bad as his.

http://deadsp.in/1tQtLE8

He took 2 years to rehab a knee injury including battling nerve damage. He played his first NFL regular season game week one Steelers vs Browns and got a tackle on his first NFL play on the opening kickoff. He may not be a star YET but he definitely should be comeback player of the year.

Posted by:
Pnemo 09/12/14 09:04 PM

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