#20. New York Jets: Ryan Fitzpatrick & Chris Ivory

Fitzpatrick was perhaps the best Cinderella story of the 2015 season, yet the clock struck midnight in Week 17. Needing a win to send the Jets to the postseason, Fitzpatrick threw three fourth-quarter interceptions that cost the Jets a Wild Card berth. Despite that unceremonious ending, the 33-year-old Harvard alum set career highs in passing yards (3,905) and touchdowns (31).

The Jets also enjoyed a breakout campaign from their veteran running back. Ivory set career highs in carries (247), rushing yards (1,070) and rushing touchdowns (seven). He finished fifth in the league in rushing yards and was the 11th-highest rated running back by PFF.

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