NFL Gives Breece Hall Even More Fuel After Latest Snub

New York Jets running back is left off the Comeback Player of the Year list

oJan 7, 2024; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New York Jets running back Breece Hall (20) runs
oJan 7, 2024; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New York Jets running back Breece Hall (20) runs / Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports
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Running back Breece Hall was one of the lone bright spots on the Jets' offense this season. Rolling into the year, there were uncertainties about when Hall would be ready to return to the field. The Iowa State product suffered a torn ACL in a contest against the Denver Broncos in Oct. 2022.

Hall rehabbed relentlessly to return and be ready to rock in Week 1 of the 2023 season. Just 324 days after the injury, Hall was ready to go for New York. He suited in the Week 1 battle against the Buffalo Bills.

Hall looked like he didn't miss a step and was remarkable this season. Despite his superb numbers, Hall wasn't listed as a finalist for the AP Comeback Player of the Year.

The 22-year-old was definitely one of the best players at his position and had the numbers to back it up. Hall showcased his ability to be a dynamic dual-threat weapon coming out of the backfield.

He was fourth in the NFL in all-purpose yards (1,585) while leading all running backs in receptions (76) and receiving yards (591). Additionally, he racked up 994 rushing yards and nine total touchdowns.

Hall couldn't help but laugh on X (formerly known as Twitter).

The 2022 second-round pick is one of the most explosive playmakers in the league and he put that on tape weekly. Hall knows the kind of talent that he has and isn't worried about what the future holds.

This is just another thing that will fuel the budding star going into the 2024 season and opposing teams in the NFL should be worried.

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