#22. Philadelphia Eagles: Sam Bradford & DeMarco Murray
Bradford was the butt of many jokes during the Eagles’ dreadful 2015 season, but on paper, he turned in a solid year. He set career highs in completion percentage (65 percent), passing yards (3,725) and yards per attempt (7.0), and played much better in the second half of the season than in the first. PFF actually gave him the 12th-highest grade of all quarterbacks in the league.
There’s no denying Murray’s first season in Philadelphia, however, was an absolute bust. After leading the league in 2014 with 1,845 rushing yards, the former Cowboy totaled just 702 yards this season on less than half as many carries (193 vs. 392), averaging a career-worst 3.6 yards per rush. The struggles in the Eagles backfield pretty much doomed their season from the start.