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3. Tailback, Le’Veon Bell
Bell owns two of the 41 seasons in National Football League history in which a tailback had 100 targets in a season. He also has the 17th (2017) and 18th (2014) most catches by a tailback in a single season. He can line up anywhere the Jets need him — slot, outside, or in the backfield — and be a viable threat as a pass-catcher. In this way, he will be a valuable asset to a young quarterback looking to break out similarly to his recent predecessors — most notably Patrick Mahomes, Jared Goff, and Carson Wentz.