Three Potential Breakout Year Candidates to Watch For

Breakout year players

The first week of the season is upon us. With so many games and players, there are a few players you might want to watch for. They might have big games this weekend to start out for a potential breakout year.

Michael Pittman

Pittman is looking to be the Indianapolis Colts #1 Receiver with Ty Hilton gone and no other veteran in the room. He had a good year with Wentz last year, where he had 88 receptions for 1,082 yards and 5 touchdowns. Pittman looks to build on that this year with Matt Ryan. Rumor has it they have been going out to breakfast together since April of this year, so is this his Cooper Kupp season?

The connection between Ryan and Pittman has potential to be one of the best in the league. With a lot of focus on Jonathan Taylor in the backfield, Pittman has the chance to become an elite receiver in this offense. Look to see him make a few plays Sunday, and even score a TD or two maybe. He has the potential to have a huge breakout year.

Cole Kmet

The tight end for the Bears has fans happy to see what he does this year. With Mooney and Kmet looking like the only two real threats on the outside, someone is going to get a lot of Targets. With the big frame and a lack of threats for targets, Kmet could have a crazy season

This is a year that the Bears could end up last in the division and even in the league maybe. Kmet, Mooney, and Fields basically have a season here to grow together and start to form something. Only having 60 receptions for 612 yards last year, he looks to boom and have a breakout year in a big way potentially. Lets see how Kmet does against a very good 49rs defense Sunday.

Courtland Sutton

While this game is on Monday, Sutton could have the best year of his career. Since he has been in Denver, his QB situation has been subpar at best. From a very not himself Teddy Bridgewater to Drew Lock, he has not had an elite QB to play with, and still has had amazing seasons. This year could be a big breakout year for him.

He finished last year with 58 receptions for 776 yards and two touchdowns. Now he gets Russell Wilson, who is also looking to prove something himself. With Tim Patrick gone for the year, Sutton and Jeudy will be the top targets. Sutton Looks to easily have over 1,000 yards this year, and could even find himself in the double digit touchdowns at the end of the year. Look For Sutton and Wilson to get off to a great start on Monday Night against the Seahawks.

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