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Top 100 NFL Players: 31 - 40

Top 100 NFL Players: 31 - 40

We have done it again! Ultimate Autographs is your go to source for everything live breaks including, but not limited to NFL Mystery Boxes, signed jerseys, signed helmets autographed mini helmets and all kinds of Sports Mystery Boxes! However, we like to provide other types of joy other than just your traditional Mystery Box NFL live breaks. That’s why we once again ranked the top 100 players in the NFL! Different than other lists, this isn’t based on what they have done in the past, but rather what we expect from them in 2022. So grab your favorite autographed helmet and check out our list of the NFL’s top 100 players!

40. AJ Brown - Wide Receiver, Philadelphia Eagles

If a year ago I would have told you that AJ Brown would be a member of the Eagles this season, you would have thought I was crazy. Well, here we are and even though the move might not be the best thing for Brown’s numbers, he will absolutely elevate this offense.

39. Stefon Diggs - Wide Receiver, Buffalo Bills

In the 2 seasons, Diggs has spent in Buffalo, he has really helped Josh Allen completely transform this offense. During that span, he has produced 230 receptions, over 2,700 yards and 18 touchdowns.

38. Mark Andrews - Tight End, Baltimore Ravens

In 2022, Andrews had one of the most productive seasons from the tight end position of all-time. The crazy part is he is still more than 5 years younger than Travis Kelce. He is in for a long and incredibly successful career.

37. Nick Chubb - Running Back, Cleveland Browns

Chubb has spent most of his career in a timeshare with Kareem Hunt. However, that hasn’t stopped him from being one of the most productive running backs in the NFL. In just 4 seasons, Chubb has rushed for over 4,800 yards and 36 touchdowns.

36. Deforest Buckner - Defensive Tackle, Indianapolis Colts

Buckner is now heading into year 2 with the Colts and it's safe to safe he made a huge impact on their defense. Offenses had to prioritize running outside the guards more often due to his imposing presence.

35. Denzel Ward - Cornerback, Cleveland Browns

Good players get paid. Ward cashed in on his 1st 4 seasons with Cleveland by earning himself a massive contract to stay with the Browns for the next 5 seasons and could net over 100 million dollars in the process.

34. Khalil Mack - Defensive End/Edge, LA Chargers

This is Mack’s 3rd stop in the NFL. He has been a force on defense for nearly a decade. It remains to be seen how much he has left in the tank, but I have a sneaky suspicion that the move to LA will be fantastic for him.

33. Laremy Tunsil - Tackle, Houston Texans

Tunsil has had an odd career and over the past couple of seasons, he has had to lone-wolf it on the Houston Texans. That said, he has still been incredibly effective and has earned himself a seat among the top tackles in football.

32. Deebo Samuel - Wide Receiver, San Fransisco 49ers

Right now, it’s hard to know if Deebo really will begin the season as the top receiver for the 49ers or if he will be a part of a different team. Either way, one of the things that made him so electric was his ability to play both receiver and running back. Now that role seems to be in jeopardy.

31. Joe Burrow - Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals

The Tiger King himself went from devastating injury in 2020 to a trip to the Super Bowl in 2021. Burrow showed incredible resiliency in coming back and leads a team of very young and talented stars that should be in the Super Bowl conversation for years to come.

And there you have it! If you want to see all 100 players via our 10 articles just click the link here! Don’t forget to head over to our live break room at for all of your autograph needs!

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