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Many feel it\’s only a matter of time before Bell reaches his first Super Bowl, and he has an opportunity this year. He had a spectacular season in 2016, with 1,884 yards from scrimmage in only 12 games.

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Named to his fifth Pro Bowl in 2016, Berry has been an elite safety since he was drafted in the first round in 2010. His play has been inspiring after returning from cancer in 2015.

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Bryant has three 1,000 yard seasons under his belt, but has slowed over the last two years due to injuries and the changing Cowboys offense. Still among the most talented wide receivers in football, Bryant has a chance to reach his first Super Bowl this year as Dallas enters the playoffs as the No. 1 seed in the NFC.

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Carr was a legitimate MVP candidate before breaking his leg late in the year, and had an incredible third season overall. The Raiders quarterback posted 28/6 TD/INT and finished just shy of 4,000 passing yards.

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An elite defensive tackle, Donald has 28 sacks in his first three NFL seasons. He\’s one of the few elite players on the Rams.

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A top MVP candidate and the favorite for Offensive Rookie of the Year, Elliott obviously hasn\’t participated in a Super Bowl yet. He\’s hoping that changes this year after rushing for a league-leading 1,631 yards during the regular season.

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Green fell short of 1,000 yards receiving for the first time this season, his sixth year in the NFL. He\’s been a highly productive wideout since being drafted in 2011, and still had a great year in 2016 with 964 yards and four scores in only 10 games.

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Hopkins\’ numbers regressed this season due to the awful quarterback situation in Houston, but he remains one of the most talent wideouts in football. He had 1,521 receiving yards and 11 scores in 2015. Despite making the playoffs, the Texans seem unlikely to give Hopkins a Super Bowl chance this season.

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One of the elite pass rushers in the league when healthy, Houston has struggled to stay on the field over the last two years due to knee issues. He led the NFL with 22 sacks in 2014.

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Possibly the best tight end in football not named Rob Gronkowski, Kelce had 85 receptions for 1,125 yards in 2016. He\’s a key weapon for the two-seeded Chiefs.

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The Colts organization continues to let down Luck with their mediocre supporting cast, but he was able to surpass 4,000 passing yards for the third time in 2016. Luck also threw 31 touchdowns in 15 games.

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Mack has 26 sacks over the last two seasons, and also had five forced fumbles in 2016. He enters his first playoffs in his third NFL season.

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McCoy is a five-time 1,000 yard rusher over his eight years in the NFL, and had one of his best seasons in 2016. Unfortunately, he hasn\’t gotten back to the playoffs since joining Buffalo in 2015.

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Murray rebounded from an awful 2015 season in Philadelphia to rush for 1,287 yards and nine touchdowns in Tennessee. He led the NFL in rushing during 2014 with the Cowboys.

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In 14 seasons, Jason Peters has been named to nine Pro Bowls and two All-Pro teams between Buffalo and Philadelphia. While his Eagles have a shot to reach the Super Bowl this year, Peters has never played in the big game and is out with a knee injury. He\’s been among the best left tackles in football since he entered the league, joining the likes of Joe Thomas, Tyron Smith and Trent Williams.

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One of the most feared defensive backs in football, Peters has six picks in 2016 after getting eight interceptions in his rookie season. He also had three fumble recoveries in 2016, showing a true eye for the ball.

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The speedy Peterson contributes both as a cornerback and on punt returns for the Cardinals. He\’s a three-time first team All-Pro.

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Likely a future Hall of Famer, Rivers has thrown for at least 4,000 yards in eight of his last nine seasons. Unfortunately, the Chargers haven\’t put much talent around him in recent seasons.

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One of the game\’s top left tackles, Smith headlines arguably the game\’s best offensive line in Dallas. He made three consecutive Pro Bowls before 2016.

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One of the most feared defensive players in football, Suh is a three-time All-Pro in seven seasons with 47 career sacks.

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A surefire Hall of Famer, Thomas has made the Pro Bowl in all 10 seasons of his career. Despite his personal success, Thomas\’ team success has been non-existent on the Browns, who are 48-112 since he came into the league in 2007.

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A three-time Defensive Player of the Year Award winner, Watt has led the NFL in sacks twice during his six-year career. Unfortunately, he played only three games in 2016 because of a back injury.

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Protecting the blindside of Kirk Cousins during his tenure and well before that, Williams is a six-time Pro Bowler and simply one of the players at his position. He\’s had some injury issues the past two years, but when healthy, Williams is as dominant as they come.

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