What makes the phenomenon of the "sophomore slump" so intriguing is that it is nearly impossible to predict. After all, all of these players are coming off solid rookie campaigns, and at their young age, they should only improve with experience.
There are a lot of factors that can go into a substandard second season. Perhaps opponents will find a way to game-plan for these players now that they have an entire summer to study a year's worth of tape. A year's worth of personnel changes may have made their supporting cast less effective.
Of course, there is always the possibility that complacency has set in for an immature player after tasting early success.
Here are the sophomore players who have a good chance to experience slumps in their second NFL campaign.
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