Four Sophomore Breakout Players in the AFC West

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Jan 19, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos running back Montee Ball (28) against the New England Patriots during the 2013 AFC Championship football game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

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Montee Ball

RB, Wisconsin

Montee Ball is a player who had a big role with the Broncos as the season wore on in 2013, but he was still just a pup in their offense and had some fumbling problems early on that weren’t there in his college days. Ball is expected to take a huge leap forward in 2014. Everyone in Denver is expecting big things out of him, but no one has higher expectations than Ball himself. The Broncos feel like he can be a major asset in their offense.
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  • Demarkus Tramail Swan

    DA has Moore as a backup to HIS FAVE Miles Burris#BIAS

  • Robert Fairbanks

    Chargers: Te’o
    I don’t think he will ever be a top notch player, at least not a worthy second rounder. He is lacking in the intelligence area where a quick thinking LB needs that factor just as much as athletic ability.

  • Mark Shafer

    Manti Teo was not catfished ( possible at first ). What he got was a case of BIG FAT LIAR! He was part of that fiascal, which embarrassed the whole Notre Dame team.
    Why do people sugar coat it. He acted like his girl friend died in order to get Hiesmann votes. The smartest thing he did was go home and shut his mouth.

  • Jordan Holliday

    what about Miles Burris?

  • Nick Mansoor

    As much as we would all love to see Te’o breakout in 2014, I feel that Ladarius Green has more breakout potential for the Chargers