Alright, I'll give this a shot.
At RB, I like Deshaun Foster
. Too many people are or were on the Deangelo Williams bandwagon, and Foster is being drafted a couple rounds later than Williams in most league. I've always been of fan of Foster's talent, and the latest reports are that he is thriving under the new zone blocking scheme. Williams, on the other hand, has been on the shelve with some injury.
Honorable Mention: Chris BrownBen Roethlisberger
is one QB should definitely bounce back after a lackluster season. This one is sort of a no-brainer to me. In 2006, he had one of the unluckiest seasons imaginable. First, there was the motorcycle accident incident which made him miss a ton of time. And don't forget about the freaky appedectomy he had to go through during midseason. With a clean slate and Santonio Holmes primed to breakout, I expect a very nice year from Big Ben.
Honorable Mention: Rex Grossman
While this one isn't a big shocker, Randy Moss
has got to bounce back from his days with the Raiders. He's gone from the worst team in the league to arguably the best team in the league. We all know how talented this guy is. Whether or not he keeps his attitude in check will determine just how much he does bounce back. But its safe to say that the switch from Oakland to New England is a very positive one.
Honorable Mention: Santana Moss
An earlier post named Jason Witten
as a bounce back TE. I agree with this call. Witten is probably Romo's second favorite target in the passing game (behind TO). Last season, his TDs took a big dip, but remember that statuesque Drew Bledsoe started six of those games. Witten is a big part of the Dallas passing game, as Romo often looks his way. Its a pretty safe bet to say that his TD totals from last year can only increase.
Honorable Mention: Ben Troupe
Recap: Deshaun Foster, Chris Brown, Ben Roethlisberger, Rex Grossman, Randy Moss, Santana Moss, Jason Witten, and Ben Troupe.