#64 David Johnson
At this point many of us probably thought that Johnson would be much higher on this list. However after two terrific seasons in 2015 and 2016 it has been a struggle.
Even with the struggles he had in 2018 after his season-ending injury in week one of 2017, he still deserves to be on this list for his early contributions.
He was an MVP-candidate in ’16. He rushed for 1,239-yards and 16 touchdowns. That was just on the ground.
He also contributed 80 receptions for four additional scores that season. He lead the NFL in touches with 373 and All Purpose Yards with 2,118.
He started to get back on track in ’18 but was still a far cry from his ’16 season. He had 940-yards rushing, finishing just under the 1,000-yard mark and seven touchdowns.
He also had 50 receptions last season for 446-yards and three touchdowns. It is a good start to eventually ending up much higher on this list by the time he retires.