1. LeSean McCoy, Eagles
The running back position has evolved. The best backs are multi-faceted. McCoy is versatile, reliable, young and coming off a season in which he set a franchise record with 20 touchdowns. Best of all for the Eagles, he just signed a five-year extension.
Hey, no disagreements here. The real test will be if he is able to replicate his output from last year now that A) he’s on everyone’s radar B) he’s no longer motivated by money and C) no longer has the best LT in football clearing dudes out his way on delayed handoffs. It’s going to be interesting to see him rise to that challenge, especially since the only backs behind him are rookies and 4’3″ Dion Lewis.