10. Russell Wilson, Seahawks
Wilson answered questions about his stature and strength while hoisting the Lombardi Trophy in February. He’s going to have a hard time establishing himself as an elite passer in the Seahawks’ run-heavy attack, but he threw for more than 3,000 yards and 26 touchdowns last year, and could build on that this season with a healthy Percy Harvin and a genuine deep threat in rookie Paul Richardson. (Rob Carr/Getty Photo)
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