#10. Cincinnati Bengals: Andy Dalton & Giovani Bernard
In his fifth year in the league, the Red Rifle finally enjoyed a breakout season. Dalton set career highs in completion percentage (66.1 percent), yards per pass attempt (8.42) and passer rating (106.3), leading the team to a 10-3 record before suffering a broken right thumb. Had Dalton been healthy enough to play in the postseason, perhaps the Bengals would have ended their abysmal 25-year streak without a playoff win.
Though Jeremy Hill led the team in rush attempts (223) and yards (794), Bernard played more than 100 more snaps, so he gets the nod for this list. Bernard enjoyed a nice bounce-back year after a so-so 2014 season, totaling 1,202 yards from scrimmage. The Bengals finished seventh in the league in points per game, and the versatility of Bernard was a big reason why.