The staff members at Footballguys are full of opinions. In a Faceoff, we allow two members to voice their opinions on a specific player. One picked the high side, and the other took the low side.
High Side by Chris Feery
A broken hand delayed the start of the 2015 season for Julius Thomas, and those expecting big things for his first season in Jacksonville were disappointed. He offered up similar starts to his 2014 campaign with the Denver Broncos in terms of receptions and yardage, but his total touchdowns dropped dramatically from 12 to 5. We can place a good part of that blame on the delayed start to 2015. He began to come on later in the season, and he delivered four of his touchdowns over the season's final two months. That helps lead me to an optimistic outlook on his 2016 prospects.