Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor: In his first season as a starter, Taylor tallied 3035 passing yards, 20 passing touchdowns, six picks, 568 rushing yards, and four rushing touchdowns. Taylor is entering his second year in Buffalo, and having the experience of 2015, he could have an even more productive year.
Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi: Ajayi could be the feature back in the Dolphins backfield. Ajayi missed a lot of games in 2015 due to an injury and sat behind RB Lamar Miller. Miller left in free agency this offseason, so Ajayi should have a chance to compete for the starting role.
Miami Dolphins WR Devante Parker: Parker has the opportunity to be the ‘Phins No. 2 wideout behind WR Jarvis Landry. If he’s healthy, he should get targets.
New Orleans Saints TE Coby Fleener: The Saints didn’t find their replacement for TE Jimmy Graham last year. Fleener, who was signed this offseason, could have a big year if he becomes comfortable in the system and develops chemistry with QB Drew Brees.
Detroit Lions TE Eric Ebron: Ebron, the 10th overall pick in the 2014 draft, hasn’t quite hit his stride yet in the NFL. However, Lions QB Matthew Stafford will need the Lions wideouts to step up after WR Calvin Johnson retired. Ebron has the opportunity to have a big role.