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Most electric players in the NFL

Yardbarker Logo By Sam Robinson of Yardbarker | Slide 1 of 25: A newcomer on an average-at-best Broncos team, Lindsay stands out when he enters games. The rookie with sub-4.4-second 40-yard dash speed hits holes quicker than just about any running back, and does so with a fury. The Colorado product possesses surprisingly advanced vision (for a non-Combine invitee), too. Lindsay has graduated from undrafted free agent with a goofy preseason number to one of the most explosive backs in the league. Sixth in the NFL in rushing and averaging at least a full yard per carry (5.7) more than the top five rushers, Lindsay's one of the bright spots for Denver's future.

25. Phillip Lindsay

A newcomer on an average-at-best Broncos team, Lindsay stands out when he enters games. The rookie with sub-4.4-second 40-yard dash speed hits holes quicker than just about any running back, and does so with a fury. The Colorado product possesses surprisingly advanced vision (for a non-Combine invitee), too. Lindsay has graduated from undrafted free agent with a goofy preseason number to one of the most explosive backs in the league. Sixth in the NFL in rushing and averaging at least a full yard per carry (5.7) more than the top five rushers, Lindsay's one of the bright spots for Denver's future. 

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