He lost his tight end in Jimmy Graham and lost a receiver in Kenny Stills, but Drew Brees still finds himself as the quarterback of the All-Division team for the NFC South. Let's not forget that Brees has a full offseason to work with receiver Brandin Cooks, while also adding pass-catching running back C.J. Spiller to his arsenal. He's shown that he's capable of producing at a high level consistently, something that's obvious when looking at the fact that he's topped 4,350 yards and 33 touchdowns in each of the last seven seasons. Brees may be 36, but he's still producing at an incredibly high level.
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Running Back: Mark Ingram
Mark Ingram turned a corner last season. While he played in just 13 games, he still managed to rush for 964 yards and nine touchdowns. Who's ready for an encore performance? While Ingram has some competition now from C.J. Spiller, expect to see Ingram get the bulk of the work, with Spiller acting as a change-of-pace back.
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Wide Receiver: Julio Jones
There's really not much of a question about who the top wide receiver is, at least right now. Jones has been the man in Atlanta, and he'll continue to be Matt Ryan's go-to guy in 2015. Fresh off a season where he caught 104 balls for 1,593 yards and six scores, he's going to put up big numbers once again. The next receiver on this list is nipping on his heels, but he's not on Julio's level just yet.
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Wide Receiver: Mike Evans
Evans is simply a stud, who showed us glimpses of exactly what he's capable of in his career. As a rookie in 2014, Evans racked up 68 receptions for 1,051 yards and 12 touchdowns. Best of all? He did that with massive uncertainty at the quarterback position. If Jameis Winston ends up being the man in Tampa, there's no question that Evans could be in for an even better season than the one he had last year.
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Wide Receiver: Kelvin Benjamin
Kelvin Benjamin dropped his fair share of easy balls last season, but that didn't stop him from producing a big year with 73 catches, 1,008 yards and nine scores. Benjamin will use the 2015 offseason to improve and build an even stronger connection with quarterback Cam Newton, something that will show up big time on the field next year. Benjamin is a player to watch in 2015, especially with the addition of Devin Funchess and strong play of Greg Olsen to help take some pressure off him.
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Tight End: Greg Olsen
Speaking of Greg Olsen, there's no way any other tight end jumps him on this list. Olsen has quickly become one of Cam Newton's favorite targets, and for good reason. For the first time in his NFL career, Olsen topped 1,000 yards last season, while catching 84 balls and scoring six touchdowns. As he and Newton grow closer, the production for Olsen will just continue to trend upward.
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Offensive Line: Logan Mankins
It's pretty safe to say that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won this trade by a long shot. After getting the player they traded for Logan Mankins (Tim Wright) back on waivers, they get the best of both worlds. Mankins has been stellar for the Bucs, and he's loving being a part of this team. Mankins has to be a top pick on the o-line for the All-NFC South team.
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Offensive Line: Max Unger
Welcome to the NFC South, Max Unger. The newest center for the New Orleans Saints has been welcomed with open arms, even after the team gave up Jimmy Graham to bring him to town. The loss of Graham hurts, but Unger is going to be a key to the Saints' success in 2015.