15. Ben Roethlisberger
Some might call this wishful thinking, but ‘Big Ben’ will want to have a massive season. An elbow injury effectively wrote him off last year, but now he’s back and ready to drive the Pittsburgh Steelers to glory. At least, that’s the plan, but we know it isn’t so simple.
Roethlisberger took to the field for only six quarters last year, completing 56% of his attempts for 351 yards and an interception before the injury. But now, back to full fitness and with Juju Smith-Schuster and James Conner both ready to go, things are looking up in Pittsburgh.