21. Jay Ajayi
Following a breakout 2016 campaign, second year back Jay Ajayi leads a Miami Dolphins offense that is missing starting signal caller Ryan Tannehill. Ajayi has shredded defenses all year, but could find it challenging to beat a Pittsburgh team that has ample time to game plan against veteran Matt Moore. If the Dolphins want to keep the game close, they will have to rely heavily on Ajayi.
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20. Marcus Peters
The NFL’s premier ball hawk is licking his chops as he evaluates the competition. Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger are the best of the best, but the other starting quarterbacks in the AFC are Matt Moore, Brock Osweiler and Connor Cook, which is music to Peters’ ears.
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