9Khalil Tate doesn’t run anymore
Once he replaced an injured Brandon Dawkins, Khalil Tate became a walking highlight reel. The shifty quarterback amassed 3,002 yards of total offense in 2017 despite playing very limited snaps in Arizona’s first four games. But he’s nowhere close to matching the 1,411 yards and 12 touchdowns as a runner this year. While it’s true Tate dealt with an ankle injury early in the season, Kevin Sumlin made the dual-threat quarterback into a pass-first player. Tate enters the regular-season finale with three gains of 20-plus yards on the ground. He notched 20 of those last season.