Top 100 NFL Players: 1-10
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10. Justin Jefferson - Wide Receiver, Minnesota Vikings
To make it to the top 10 on the list after only 2 seasons is a rare feat. He has done nothing but win consistently against everyone that he has gone up against for 2 straight seasons. He and former LSU teammate Ja’Marr Chase are taking over the league at the wide receiver position.
9. Tyreek Hill - Wide Receiver, Miami Dolphins
Well, Hill certainly had an exciting offseason. After spending his entire career in Kansas City, he was dealt to Miami due to the 2 sides not being able to work out a contract extension. That said, Hill could have a huge year in Miami across from Jaylen Waddle.
8. Jalen Ramsey - Cornerback LA Rams
When a league becomes a pass first league, you need someone to defend the pass. Jalen Ramsey can do that better than anyone else in football at this point of his career.
7. Tom Brady - Quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The GOAT. Tom Terrific. Brady. Whatever you wanna call him, the legend will continue in 2022.
6. TJ Watt - Linebacker/Edge, Pittsburgh Steelers
In 2022 TJ Watt tied the record for most sacks in a single season despite playing in only 14 games. The man is already a living legend and his career is just getting started. Just imagine what he would do with a full 17 game season.
5. Davante Adams - Wide Receiver, Las Vegas Raiders
Instinctively I originally wrote “Green Bay Packers” next to Adam’s name. It will be odd seeing him catching passes from anyone other than Aaron Rodgers, but there is no doubt that he will be successful no matter where he goes.
4. Josh Allen - Quarterback, Buffalo Bills
Literally, the only thing separating Allen from Mahomes and Rodgers on this list is that Super Bowl ring. Once that takes place, he could easily become the number 1 overall guy.
3. Aaron Donald - Defensive Tackle, LA Rams
The last non-quarterback left on the board. He was dominant all season long and he helped lead the Rams defense when they needed big plays the most. Aaron Donald is a sure-fire Hall of Famer and will likely go first ballot.
2. Aaron Rodgers - Quarterback, Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers has taken back-to-back MVP awards, however, he will face his most difficult challenge in 2022. He will go into his first season ever without a true number one receiver. His talent is unquestioned, but will he have the help he needs?
1.Patrick Mahomes - Quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs
Until there is a reason to move Mahomes out of the top spot, he will remain here. He has already won an MVP and a Super Bowl ring. He is the most feared player in football right now.
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