#21. New York Giants: Eli Manning & Rashad Jennings
Despite the Giants’ struggles in 2015, Manning thrived in his 12th season. He threw for 4,436 yards and posted a career-high 93.6 passer rating, with 35 touchdowns and 14 interceptions, helping lead a Giants offense that ranked sixth in the league in points per game.
After spending most of his career as a platoon running back, Jennings broke out in 2015 as New York’s primary option. He set career highs in carries (195), rushing yards (863) and receiving yards (296), providing steady contributions all year long.