#7. New Orleans Saints: Drew Brees & Mark Ingram

If it weren’t for the Saints’ awful defense, maybe Brees’ strong 2015 season would have garnered more attention. His 101.0 passer rating was the fifth-highest of his career, and he led the league with 4,870 passing yards. PFF gave him the sixth-highest grade among all quarterbacks.

After breaking out for a career-high 964 rushing yards and nine touchdowns, Ingram fell short of those marks in 2015, missing the final four games of the year with a season-ending knee injury. He finished the year with 769 rushing yards and averaged 4.6 yards per carry. He also made huge strides as a pass-catcher, setting career highs with 50 catches and 405 yards. Though he’s missed 18 games in five seasons, his impact on the field is crucial for the Saints’ offense.

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