Five Breakout Players for the 2015-2016 NFL Season

December 17th, 2019 NFL Football

The fan anticipation for the start-up of the 2015 NFL regular season is getting heated up during this entire 2015 offseason and is at a boiling point at this time. A result of a lot of trades, signing of players and some retirements to the 30 teams in the NFL as the teams look for the formulas to winning!

With this 2015 Season for the NFL there are some players, who have special talents and will help their team’s efforts to win Super Bowl 50 this season. Thus, at SBG Global we have selected some 5 great athletes at 5 completely different positions that could easily become the game breakers this season.

1st we start with QB D. Carr with the Raiders of Oakland, and his team was the laughing stock in 2014 as they finished the season with a 3-13 and were unable to get 4 victories for the 3rd consecutive season. As a rookie he had a great year, but was overshadowed by the poor showing of the Raiders. However if you look closer, Carr passed for 21 TD’s while throwing for some 3,270 yards with 12 intercepts, and that’s not too shabby for a rookie, and set a new rookie record by throwing 4 TD’s in a regular season game. Then this year the Raider got receiver M. Crabtree from the 49’ers and in their draft selection got All-American A. Cooper for the 4th pick in the draft.

2nd is the 49ers of San Francisco’s Running Back C. Hyde who returns along with several key players from 2014, and a team that had a disappointing season. But Hyde move into their program to fill the vacancy of star back Gore and signed with the Colts. In this power offense, Hyde fits well who only managed 333 yards in 2014, he still managed to average 4 yards each carry and score 4 TD’s and ran for 333 yards in his role as back-up to F. Gore.

Now the former offensive coordinator J. Tomsula is the head coach, the team will likely return to their power offense and Hyde can handle the running chores and help the 49’er get back in contention for the Super Bowl this 2015.

Then 3rd is the WR for the Steelers of Pittsburgh M. Bryant who had a great 2014 thanks to the diversity of QB Roethlisberger and his 2014 aerial assault on with opposing teams. Last year Bryant was a 4th round pick in the draft, and only played in 10 games in 2014 but still hauled in 26 passes for some 549 yards, and that’s an amazing 21.1 yards per reception, and yes he score 8 TD’s in his 10 games played. So just take a guess what Bryant he may be capable of this year, being a starter and playing alongside the Steelers other WR A. Brown in the offense for Pittsburgh.

Next and 4th is the TE T. Kelce for the Chiefs of Kansas City who most think had his breakout season, but this 2015 just might be the time for the “Zeus’ as he is known to bust all expectation for him. In 2014 he led the Chiefs with 5 TD’s on 67 receptions for 862 yards, and that was following another player, Fasano in the depth chart for 2014. If the Chiefs want to stay up with the Bronco’s in the Division ranking and battle in the West of t he AFC, the need this trio (Kelce, Charles & Maclin) at the QB’s disposal, so they can make the race in their Division much, much more interesting.

If you Bet on NFL and enjoy NFL betting, then finally we have Outside Line Backer J. Clowney of the Texans of Houston who was a No. 1 draft pick the goals are set high for the rookies to produce soon, but in his case he did not get an even chance, as he had a serious injury to his meniscus in his knee that required surgery ASAP. Thus in his rookie year he only was able to play in 4 games in which he made 7 tackles. This season he’s back at full strength, and he seeks to disrupt the opponents at his defensive position in 2015, which he was expected to do in 2014. With the opponents focusing on the Texans 2 time defensive player of the year J.J. Watt and newly acquired defensive nose tackle and 5 times Pro-Bowler V. Wolfork, now Clowney will have many opportunities to unleash his raw defensive talent this 2015 season that he was not able to do last season.

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