Most improved: Credit Zenner for completely transforming his body after injuring his back and bulking up with 10 pounds of muscle. The body transformation was noticeable, and it translated to the field.
Zenner had never averaged more than 3.8 yards per carry in either of his first three seasons in the NFL. That number jumped all the way to 4.8 this year.
Quotable: “Running back is a tough spot, but when you’re able to finish (16) games and give it your all (16) games, I feel like it puts your team in the best position to win,” Johnson said after the season. “That’s what I like to do, I like to win, and I like to be accountable and the one way you do that is by finishing.”