Every season there are NFL players who bust onto the fantasy football scene after being relatively obscure players the prior season.
Players sometimes struggle because of youth, injury, holdouts or suspension, but with another year of development or different circumstances, the stars align and an unexpected quality season is produced.
Each season, we identify a list of 10 players that are going to do much better a year after finishing low in the rankings. All 2009 fantasy rankings for this article are from profootballreference.com
1) RB Felix Jones (Dallas Cowboys) – He had 685 yards rushing and three rushing touchdowns despite only playing in 14 games and having only one start. He averages 6.5 yards per carry for his career and is just explosive when he touches the ball.
He was 39th among fantasy running backs last year, and he will be a major disappointment if he does not finish in the top 15 this year. All indications are that he will be the starter, and I think he is poised for a huge season and could be the breakout star of the 2010 season...
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