28. Steven Jackson, Atlanta Falcons
After eight-straight 1,000-yard seasons in St. Louis, Jackson set up shop in Atlanta last season and immediately fell into whatever dark abyss swallowed the rest of the team. When not sidelined with a hamstring injury, Jackson struggled mightily on the field, amassing just 543 yards in 12 games with a lackluster 3.5 YPC. He enters his 11th season on the wrong side of 30, but remains an immensely talented back. With luck on his side, he could rocket up this list. (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Photo)
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