55. Allen Robinson, WR, Jaguars
A line of thinking exists out there that Robinson, headed into his third year, still could polish out some of the kinks in his game—he dropped eight passes last season, for example. If that’s true, look out. Robinson’s rookie season of 2014 was cut short by a stress fracture, but he was borderline unstoppable from Week 2 on in ’15. He scored in five consecutive games spanning Weeks 12 through 16, including a three-touchdown performance against Tennessee. All told, he hauled in 14 TDs, tied for the league lead with Brandon Marshall and Doug Baldwin.