7. Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears
Marshall is a big man who makes big plays. He recorded his seventh-consecutive 1000-yard season last year while amassing 100 catches, 1,300 yards and a league-leading 70 catches for first downs. He’s as productive as they come, and now he’s got a clone on the other side of the field in Alshon Jeffery dividing DBs’ attention. He’s an all-around beast, and he’s nowhere near done. (Hannah Foslien/Getty Photo)
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