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NFL Top 100: 31-40

NFL Top 100: 31-40

Everyone loves a good list. Normally we spend our time discussing NFL mystery boxes, autographed mini helmets, signed memorabilia and all kinds of sports collectibles. However, today we ignore signed jerseys and focus on just ranking the best players in the NFL. Let’s look at players 31-40!

  1. Brandon Scherff, Guard - Washington Football Team

The Washington Football Team guard is once again a top names in the league. When on the field he dominates the position but he has got to get healthy. Scherff hasn't played a full season since 2016. 

 

  1. Eric Kendicks, Linebacker - Minnesota Vikings 

The Vikings middle man is known for his big hair and even bigger game. Linebackers are not typically known for their coverage skills, but Kendricks is great in that department and even nabbed 3 interceptions in the 2020 season. This player keeps getting better with age and should be a lock for a top 5 middle backer for the next few seasons.

 

  1. Chandler Jones, Edge - Arizona Cardinals

Chandler Jones got injured early in the season during the 2020 campaign, but previous to that, he had 11 or more sack in every season except 1 from 2013 - 2019 and in the 2019 season he totaled 19!

 

  1. Laremy Tunsil, Left Tackle - Houston Texans

You can argue if the trade made sense or not for the Houston Texans, but you can't argue that he isn’t more than worth all of the draft capital given up to acquire him. At only 26 years old, The Houston left tackle is already one of the best in the game and he has youth on his side. 

 

  1. Deforest Buckner, Defensive Tackle - Indianapolis Colts

The Indianapolis defense was a good unit in 2019 but it was missing an enforcer on the defensive line. Insert Deforest Buckner. Buckner gave this defense a completely different attitude last year and at 6’7 300lbs, it's not difficult to see why. 

 

  1. Bobby Wagner, Linebacker - Seattle Seahawks

Wagner went from being an afterthought to becoming one of the most respected linebackers of the decade. He has outlasted the entire Legion of Boom and is still making plays for the Seattle Seahawks front 7. There have been a few signs of aging though so we will have to wait and see how long he can maintain his dominance. 

 

  1. Tyrann Matheiu, Safety - Kansas City Chiefs

Matheiu aka the “honey badger” has had a few different stops in his NFL career but he has been dominant in all of them. Matheiu has never been the biggest guy, but he is always in the right place at the right time and always comes up big in the clutch. 

 

  1. Tre’Davius White, Cornerback - Buffalo Bills

The Bills secondary has been much improved over the past few seasons and the biggest reason has been because of White. This Buffalo corner has been locking up big name receivers and is a film savant which has allowed him to anticipate his opponents every move.

 

  1. Deshaun Watson, Quarterback - Houston Texans

We might not get to see Watson this coming season, but as a player, he is absolutely one of the best to do it. With a skeleton crew this past season, Watson posted more yards than any other QB while also being a monster in the running game. 

 

  1. Nick Chubb, Running Back - Cleveland Browns

As a pure runner, Nick Chubb is the pinnacle of the position. He has averaged 5 YPC in each and every one of his first 3 seasons and despite missing 4 games and sharing some time with Kareem Hunt, Chubb still broke the 1,000 yard barrier.

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