5. Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers
A 2013 Pro Bowler and Offensive Rookie of the Year, Lacy was a true workhorse in his debut season, carrying the ball 284 times for 1,178 yards in just 14 full games. He’s got the speed and physicality to be an every-down back, and was a red zone nightmare last year, with 10 of his 11 TDs coming from inside the 10-yard line. With a healthy Aaron Rodgers behind center, he should continue to dominate in 2014. (Tom Lynn/Getty Photo)
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