5. David Johnson
The NFC runners-up are on the docket for the Bucs, and they will have to contend with Daid Johnson. Johnson was selected in the third round of the 2015 draft by the Cardinals and spent a good portion of the season behind Chris Johnson on the depth chart. However, once CJ2K was slowed by injury, David took over and showed he belonged, to the tune of 581 rushing yards and eight touchdowns, starting only five games. He averaged 4.6 yards per carry and added 36 receptions, 457 receiving yards and four touchdowns.
His coming of age party came in a 40-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. That day, Johnson ran the ball 29 times for 187 yards and scored three times. Over a three-week span in December, he averaged 126 yards per game. The Cardinals may be an exciting team through the air, but make no mistake, the running game is no slouch.
David Johnson will be a tough guy to stop.
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