11. Le'Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers
Bell rushed for 860 yards and eight TDs in his rookie season, despite missing the first three weeks. He is expected to get a heavy volume of carries in 2014 as a true three-down back, so if he he can improve on his 3.5 yards-per-carry average, Bell should be looking at a big year. He also reportedly came to camp nearly 20 pounds lighter, widening the gap between himself and new teammate LeGarrettee Blount. (Patrick Smith/Getty Photo)
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