14. Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals
Bernard flashed last season in a limited role behind BenJarvus Green-Ellis, amassing 695 rushing yards and five TDs on just 170 carries. He also proved to be a receiving threat, adding 514 yards and another three TDs en route to a second-place finish in Rookie of the Year voting. The addition of Jeremy Hill to the roster means Bernard will still be sharing the workload, but with his production, it’s going to be hard for the Bengals to get him off the field. (Andy Lyons/Getty Photo)
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