Which NFL Studs Are Coming off Great Years Many Didn’t Even Notice?

May 10, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With Adrian Peterson setting a new single-season rushing standard, Calvin Johnson outdoing Jerry Rice and J.J. Watt emphatically proving to be the most feared defensive lineman in the game, a handful of great NFL seasons went relatively unnoticed in 2013.
Unfortunately, excellent seasons are overlooked every year.
Nonetheless, now's the ideal time to give those players the credit they're due. 
Jamaal Charles, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
After an All-Pro season in 2010, Jamaal Charles' highly anticipated 2011 campaign was prematurely cut short when he tore his ACL in a Week 2 loss to the Detroit Lions. 
In 2012, the former Texas Longhorn was once again an electric runner. He averaged 5.3 yards per carry, which trailed only league MVP Adrian Peterson and breakout star C.J. Spiller among NFL running backs. He also toted the rock 285 times, which proved he can be highly efficient as a traditional feature back.

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