No. 10 – Andy Janovich
I have Andy Janovich as the only rookie on this list. He would have made it a bit higher on this list if he did not suffer a season ending injury.
Gary Kubiak was looking to utilize a fullback in his offense this season. From the first game on, Janovich showed me that he has what it takes to be in the league.
Need a short gain on third and one? How about blocking for the running back? Janovich was the man for that job.
His very first carry was a touchdown run that honestly probably should not have been. But you slip out of one tackle and find a hole and you are good to go.
It was a shame that his rookie year was cut short, but I believe that he will be an even stronger force in 2017. Keep an eye out for him next season to continue what he started.