Top Ten NFL Players Most Likely to Win NFL Comeback Player of the Year for the 2018-2019 SeasonLast year’s CPOTY, Keenan Allen, had a magnificent season with the Chargers. Now we’re left to wonder, which injured player will come up with the award in 2018? Many missed the whole season, some missed most. We’re looking at the top ten NFL players most likely to win Comeback Player of the Year for the 2018-2019 season.
The most obvious choice, Luck missed all of 2017 because of shoulder complications. But don't be surprised if, when he comes back in 2018, he whips up a storm in the NFL.
Yeah, he's going to win it for sure, as he should. As the season went on, he looked more and more like Andrew Luck when he first started out.
Injured during week 1 in 2017, Johnson missed the rest of the season. Now, he expects more of himself and has said he wants to hit the 2,000 yards from scrimmage barrier. He's still quite young, so don't be surprised if Johnson ends up as the comeback player of the year.
He's won Comeback Player of the Year once already. He fought off cancer to win that, so I don't expect a decrease in production from the Pro Bowl safety in 2018, and he could win his second CPOTY award.
He only played a few games before a season-ending ankle injury. The young wide receiver has looked ready during the offseason, so I think he'll do fine in 2018. It's just that Eli Manning needs to step up.
Will he get injured yet again in 2018? Texans fans better hope not, because they're loaded and ready for a playoff run this year. He could end up with 20+ sacks this year and win CPOTY, but Defensive Player of the Year would be more fitting.
Gordon was just reinstated last year, after not playing a snap in the NFL for a few years. Now, he's back for vengeance and is helping the miserable Browns step up their game.
After tearing his ACL and missing all of 2017, Robinson is with a new team. The Chicago Bears look promising this year, and if there's anyone who can get good play out of Robinson, it's Matt Nagy.
After missing out on the Offensive Rookie of the Year award, Watson could end up with a different trophy on his shelf, provided he plays well.
I'm going for my boy Watson.
Sproles has stated that 2018 will be his last year in the NFL. After missing all of last season, he looks to help the Eagles reach another Super Bowl, albeit in a lesser role.
He played seven games, which makes me wonder if he'd even qualify for Comeback Player of the Year. If so, it's plausible, but MVP seems more likely.
Because I am a Packers fan.
Pulled a hamstring, then came back and knocked out everyone.