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NFL Comeback POY

NFL Comeback Player of the Year at BetUS

The NFL Comeback Player of the Year award is awarded each year to the player who has shown the most perseverance and overcame adversity – whether that be an injury, a less than optimal performance the year prior, or other issues that would normally hold a player back from peak performance. The NFL Comeback Player of the Year award is chosen by various news and sports media outlets – but the Associated Press award is the most regarded.

The NFL Comeback Player of the Year award was first introduced in 1963, and was discontinued between 1967 and 1997, meaning there have only been 27 recipients thus far. There has been a variety of different field positions including Quarterback, Running Back, Kicker, Wide Receiver, and defensive players.

The current NFL Comeback Player of the Year is Alex Smith, Quarterback of the Washington Football Team, who not only recovered and overcame a life-threatening injury to his leg during his first season in Washington, but came back to lead the Washington Football Team to a NFC East division title.

It can be difficult to predict the NFL Comeback Player of the Year before the season starts unless there’s a player returning from an injury or there’s news of a player who might have a lot to prove in the upcoming season. If a player really had a tough time last season performance-wise and trained hard in the off-season to improve, you might find some great value betting on someone like that.

As soon as a player starts to perform well in the regular season, their betting odds will start shooting up the oddsboard, and you will not get the value you would receive earlier in the season. Keep an eye on this page throughout the season and make sure you get in on the action before the award is presented.

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