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Predicting the Breakout Stars of This Season's NFL Playoffs

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Nick Foles
Pro Bowlers
Kareem Hunt
Damien Williams
Charles Goldman
Ian Rapoport
Marlon Mack
Zak Keefer
John Daigle
Nyheim Hines
Jordan Wilkins
Anthony Miller
Matt Nagy
Mitchell Trubisky
Mike Williams
Vance Joseph
Rachel Gossen
field."Keenan Allen
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Tom Brady
Rob Gronkowski
Julian Edelman
James White
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Pete Carroll
Curtis Crabtree
Clint Hurtt
Sheldon Rankins
JuJu Smith-Schuster
Sean Payton
Brett Martel
Cameron Jordan
Cornerback Marshon Lattimore
Demario Davis
Darius Leonard
Leighton Vander Esch
Jaylon Smith
Sean Lee
Rod Marinelli
Malcolm Butler
J.C. Jackson
Denzel Ward
Devin McCourty
there."Stephon Gilmore
John Johnson III
Aaron Donald
Ndamukong Suh
Marcus Peters
Aqib Talib
Lamarcus Joyner
Sean McVay
Lindsey Thiry
Wade Phillips


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Super Bowl
the Super Bowl MVP
the Rams' Week 12 bye

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With the Colts' postseason hopes on the line Sunday night, Mack carried the ball 25 times for 119 yards and a touchdown against the Tennessee Titans."Me in this offense, I feel like I can be that explosive guy," Mack said well before the season even began, per the Indianapolis Star's Zak Keefer.He was right.Mack posted four 100-yard games this season. However, a much larger dose of Mack carrying the ball behind the Colts' pile-driving offensive line is a must for Indianapolis to carry its late-season momentum (four straight wins and nine in its last 10) beyond the postseason's first round.Few moments in sports are more exciting than when an injured player comes to a team's rescue when they're needed most.Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller could do that in this year's postseason. As the regular season progressed, he earned more opportunities.Pro Football Focus graded the rookie as the league's 10th-best interior defender (via the Sports Xchange's Corbin Smith)."He's been really aggressive," head coach Pete Carroll said, per the Associated Press' Curtis Crabtree (via the Richmond Times-Dispatch). So he has some unique traits to him."New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins finally received the attention he deserves when he dropped into space and stripped Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster during a Week 16 thriller to secure a Saints victory.But Rankins has been wreaking havoc all season, realizing his potential three seasons after he was the 12th overall pick."The confidence level he's playing with now [is apparent], and he's having fun playing," head coach Sean Payton said, per the Associated Press' Brett Martel. According to Pro Football Reference, Jackson has played at least 79 percent of the defense's snaps over the last five games.The rookie's performance shows he's deserving of the expanded role. Pro Football Focus graded Jackson as the league's third-best rookie corner behind Pro Bowler Denzel Ward and a part-time performer in Levi Wallace."We know he's talented and can play, and we've got his back," safety Devin McCourty said, per Sullivan.

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