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NFL Comeback Players Of 2015

While the NFL is the most popular, it is also the most competitive professional sport. If someone is lucky enough to play in the NFL, they are part of an elite class of athletes. With ridiculous skill and talent comes very high competition. NFL players can easily have a breakout season or have a terrible year and risk losing their starting job. As we look at the upcoming season, there are players who will rebound from decent play last season.

Adrian Peterson

PetersonPrayingAfter his off the fields troubles, Adrian Peterson is ready for another season. While there may be two sides of the stories to what happened, he has been welcomed back to Minnesota.

Peterson is still a top 3 running back in the NFL. His open fields speed is what really separates him from other RBs. The Vikings added Mike Wallace and Teddy Bridgewater may be their long term answer at QB. Watch out Eric Dickerson, AP is coming for that record.

NaVorroBowmanNaVorro Bowmen

After missing the entire 2014 season, Bowmen looks to return to his old self. Even though it may be an off year for the 49ers, Bowmen is going to be key to this defense.

Bowmen has caused havoc all of camp and looks to be completely healthy. His recovery went well and no doubt he can be what he was in 2013.

Sam Bradford

sam-bradford-mark-sanchezNow under the reign of Chip Kelly, Bradford looks to get his NFL career back on track. Eagle passers have averaged roughly 4,500 yards and 30 touchdowns per season, placing them in the top six among NFL signal-callers over that two-year span of the chip Kelly era. Bradford is the guy to put up these kind of numbers. A agile QB with great awareness in the pocket who is also not afraid to escape the pocket and make some plays with his feet. Bradford will have a great year for sure as long as his knees hold up.

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