View Poll Results: Which second-year player will make the biggest leap in 2008?

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  • Tim Crowder

    9 12.50%
  • Ryan Harris

    1 1.39%
  • Jarvis Moss

    28 38.89%
  • Marcus Thomas

    17 23.61%
  • Selvin Young

    16 22.22%
  • Someone Else

    1 1.39%
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  1. #1
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    Which Second-Year Player Will Make The Biggest Leap In 2008?

    Just thought I'd carry the poll over from Denverbroncos.com to see what you all think.

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    How could it be anyone other than Jarvis Moss? He has great potential, and didn't get to play most of last season.
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    I cant wait for Selvin Young to have the type of season Ryan Grant had last year, but Jarvis does come in at a very close second....

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    I believe Moss and Crowder will improve . I'm hoping that Mr.Thomas makes a leap and dominates . These guys will be very good when they get some experience .

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    john lynch!!

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    I think the best case scenario is for Thomas to have a stormer. If him and Robertson can perform, our whole D will be a very interesting unit next season.

    I think Crowder looks most likely to get it done. Moss is a complete unknown at this point. But if he can stay healthy and absorb the system, we should see decent production from him. I'm hoping he turns into an every down guy...adequate against the run and a terror against the pass.


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    Jarvis Moss, of all the players he has the most potential and the worst rookie season. Marcus Thomas did as well as could be expected and should do better this year, but I think we have to wait another year to see his full potential come to light, Crowder is a guy who will come along slowly because he doesn't look to get much starting time. Selvin Young did much better than expected in year 1, but so did Mike Bell.

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    Jarvis Moss because he was pretty much a non factor last season with the injury. If he stays healthy this year, he will definetly improve on last years performance.

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    Gotta be Jarvis Moss, if he plays a full 16 game slate he should dominate.

    I can't go with Young due to the fact that I feel Torain will be the main guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KWHIT97 View Post
    Gotta be Jarvis Moss, if he plays a full 16 game slate he should dominate.

    I can't go with Young due to the fact that I feel Torain will be the main guy!
    Exactly! I don't want to get too hyped up on either guy because knowing Shanahan is running the show, Torain could start week 1. Then if RT proves to be an every-down RB, Selvin Young could see significant time on the bench. On the other hand, Selvin's bulking up could lead to an injury free season and he could be a great #1 runner.

    e: Denver's run game is just too unpredictable!
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    I went with Thomas, mostly out of hope more than anything else....

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    Tim Crowder will be the starter by week 4.


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    Going out on the limb and saying Selvin Young. He will be studly this year.

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    definatly marcus thomas imo.
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    Hopefully it will be Jarvis Moss.

    He was drafted as our #1 pick for a reason....

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