7. Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins
Morris has been a monster in his first two seasons, rushing for more yardage in his brief career (2,888) than any other back during that timespan save for Adrian Peterson. Mike Shanahan is gone, and the pass-happy Jay Gruden has taken his place. What that means for Morris remains to be seen, but with DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon dragging away defenders, he could still be a very potent weapon. (Rob Carr/Getty Photo)
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