Pittsburgh Steelers: QB Ben Roethlisberger
His 2019 season lasted only six quarters but the 11th overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft is the Black and Gold’s all-time leader in passing yards (56,545) and touchdown throws (363). He’s also led the team to three Super Bowl appearances and his late-game heroics (with WR Santonio Holmes) led to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ sixth NFL title.
San Francisco 49ers: T Trent Williams
This offseason, 49ers’ general manager picked up the seven-time Pro Bowler in a trade with the Washington Redskins (via Nick Shook of NFL.com) and he takes over at left tackle for retired Joe Staley. Trent Williams sat out the 2019 via a contract issue and more and talented and effective blocker looks to get back on track this year.
Seattle Seahawks: QB Russell Wilson
Eight seasons into his career, the 2012 third-round pick from the University of Wisconsin has not missed a game. The six-time Pro Bowler has thrown for 227 yards and only 68 interceptions during the regular season and has guided the Seahawks to seven playoff appearances