Get your popcorn ready. When these 10 guys get the ball in their hands something magical can — and often does — happen.
New Orleans Saints RB Reggie Bush
Though injuries have hampered him the past few years, Bush is still dangerous as a returner, running back and split out as a wide receiver. His versatility is immense and teams must always know when he is on the field. Though his numbers don't always reflect his ability, Bush's presence opens up the field for Drew Brees to exploit defenses.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick
There is no quarterback as exciting as Vick. He can turn a sure sack into a scintillating run. He did lead the high-powered Eagles offense in rushing touchdowns (nine) and runs of 20-yards or more (eight). However, what's more impressive is his arm. Vick had touchdown passes of 88 and 91 yards this past season. Ask the Redskins about his big-play ability as he combined for six rushing/passing touchdowns against them in a November Monday night game.
Pittsburgh Steelers WR Mike Wallace
After his second season, Wallace now sits in elite company. He led all players in receptions of 20 yards or more (26) last season. His 10 touchdowns and 21 yards per catch average (only DeSean Jackson's 22.5 was greater) prove that Wallace and Ben Roethlisberger will be a potent combination for years to come.
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Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson
Johnson is likely the best wide receiver in the NFL with his size, speed and technical ability overwhelming most cornerbacks. He had an amazing 18 catches that were for 20 yards or more. His 1,216 receiving yards — while missing three games and playing much of the season on an injured ankle — are more impressive when considering that the Texans top secondary pass-catching options are Kevin Walter and Jacoby Jones.
Cleveland Browns WR/KR Josh Cribbs
Cribbs found the end zone only once last season, but every team knows to be on high alert when he's on the field. In his six seasons, he has eight kickoff return touchdowns (10 when adding punt returns). He's the Browns' most explosive player and they play him in the wildcat to get him the ball more often.
Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson
Peterson's blend of power running and elite speed make him a threat to score on every touch. In his first four seasons, he's had at least one run of more than 60 yards and twice he's had receptions of 60 yards or more. Plus, his 54 touchdowns during that time shows he knows how to get it done.
Chicago Bears WR Devin Hester
Hester's 475 receiving yards appear pretty pedestrian, but he impacts games with his electrifying returns too. He had three punt return touchdowns last season and in his six seasons he has returned 14 kickoffs and punts combined for touchdowns.
Houston Texans RB Arian Foster
Foster came out of nowhere to lead the NFL in rushing yards (1,616) and rushing touchdowns (16). He had 12 carries of 20 yards or more, including a 74-yard run. Foster's a pass-catching threat, too, with more than 604 receiving yards with a 50-yard catch. He can make any ordinary play extraordinary in a hurry.
Tennessee Titans RB Chris Johnson
Perhaps the NFL's fastest player, Johnson amazes everyone in the league despite being Tennessee's only true offensive weapon. He's rushed for more than 1,200 yards in each of his three seasons, including a 2,000-yard season in 2009. He was second in the league in runs of 20 or more yards last season with 13.
Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson
Jackson had 1,056 receiving yards last season — on only 47 catches. When he touches the ball, big plays happen. Ask the New York Giants what happened when they punted the ball to Jackson at the end of their epic collapse to the Eagles in December.