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    What players will make the biggest comeback in 2007?

    Try for one for NE and one for the rest.

    I'll go with Randy Moss for NE and look for Shaun Alexander to return to his Superbowl form.
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    Daunte Culpepper, in Miami or somewhere, he should be healthy after almost two full seasons of recovery.
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    List of players: (not necessarily from injuries, but sub-par years.)

    Chris Chambers
    Ben Roethlisberger
    Trent Green
    Byron Leftwich
    Donovan McNabb
    Matt Hasselbeck
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    dont u have to miss time to be comeback player?

    im going with Mike Brown, safety Bears and Clinton Portis oh and Ken Lucas
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    you dont need a FB..he needed an OL
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    Im going to go with Mcnabb... I think the Eagles will be the class of the NFC this yr..

    As for the Pats, not really a comeback but Ben Watson will have the yr people thought he would have last yr.
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    There are lots of players on other teams that are candidates bu I will only address Patriot comeback candidates.

    1) Tedy Bruschi. He gets to play 2 handed; Seau will know the Defense so he can play his own position, once again. Thomas will play inside as wil lVrabel and Seau and that will help create a rotation that will allow this older guy to pace himself. His game was big plays including Tips and INTs, Having two hands makes a big difference.

    Comeback of the Year candidate.

    2) Geno Wilson After two years interrupted b injury he should probably have a healthy year. He does have to carry all the Safeties any longer, With Harrison, an experienced Sanders and Hawkins no to mention Meriwether, and Scott he will have a companion qualified to be on the field. Besides it is his contract year. He has great speed and coverage ability for a FS.

    3) Randy Gay After two years of injuries he might be healthy this year. Then he can return to being a starter capable CB or third CB. Harder to notice but his presence will solidify the CB corps.
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    Warren Sapp...He's had fatman's disease for 10 years, but shed 49 pounds this year to come in at 285. He'll be easier to block, but his pursuit should get him more tackles.
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    Shaun Alexander, Randy Moss, Byron Leftwhich, Clinton Portis.
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    Isn't Kevin Jones out for the year?
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    um no..there was speculation before but hes running already..he says he'll be ready for TC..media says he'll miss most of year
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    In that case I find it tough to forecast him as a comeback player. He was never that special to begin with and the Lions will be throwing 40 times a game this year.
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    how special u are has nothing to do ..and hes actualyl a very good RB. Ask Lion fans if they can restart their roster with only 3 players (before Calvin), they would say Williams, Jones and Sims..maybe Rogers

    Jones is very good..poor OL but he was a 1st rounder for a reason..he plays kind of like Maroney. he had over 1000 yards rookie season and was an alternate to Pro Bowl


    Hes fast, quick and will run u over like Maroney. if they get an OL..he'll produce much more

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