Top 100 NFL Players: 51 -60
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60. Chandler Jones - Outside Linebacker/Edge, Las Vega Raiders
At 32, one would think he would be slowing down. However, he posted another massive season in 2021 grabbing another 10.5 sacks bringing his career total to 107.5. Jones is a Hall of Famer, no doubt.
59. AJ Terrell Jr. - Cornerback, Atlanta Falcons
Terrell didn’t have the most productive rookie campaign, but he came back in 2021 a brand new man. He shut down several high profile receivers and left others with extremely limited production. He could easily be 20 spots higher on this list next year.
58. Brian Burns - Edge, Carolina Panthers
The Carolina Panthers have made a very concerted effort to improve the defensive side of the football over the past few seasons and the centerpiece of that defense is Brian Burns. Burns is a hyper athletic edge player that has great instincts and always finds the football. His ceiling is crazy high.
57. Derwin James - Safety, Los Angeles Chargers
You would be hard pressed to find a single person that doesn't believe that Derwin James is elite. His only problem has been staying healthy. He missed 2 straight seasons but after a great 2021 season, his stock is only rising.
56. Marlon Humphery - Cornerback, Baltimore Ravens
In the great group of Baltimore corners, Humphrey is the top dog. He has rare size and physicality at the position and is only getting better.
55. Chris Jones - Defensive End/Defensive Tackle, Kansas City Chiefs
Jones is that player you realize is good, but you have no real idea how good he really is until you look at his numbers. He put up 15.5 sacks at the defensive end position and then seamlessly moved to defensive tackle and still averaged 8 sacks over the last 2 seasons while also being an absolute force in the running game. There’s a reason he is one of the highest paid defensive players in the game.
54. Trent Williams - Tackle, San Fransisco 49ers
The man is a mountain. Part of the reason the 49ers have been so successful over the past few seasons is because of this man right here. Between clearing lanes in the run game and protecting the quarterback’s blindside, Trent Williams is a true force.
53. Wyatt Teller - Guard, Cleveland Browns
Teller went from unknown rotational guy in Buffalo to an All-Pro caliber player in Cleveland. The wild man just signed a big contract this offseason and is expected to once again be a top 5 player at his position.
52. DeAndre Hopkins - Wide Receiver, Arizona Cardinals
Two years removed from the DeAndre Hopkins for David Johnson deal, it honestly makes even less sense. Hopkins has been one of the most imposing receivers in the league for a while now and he picked up right where he left off in 2020. He will continue to be a threat for 1300 + yards, year in and year out.
51. Justin Simmons, Safety - Denver Broncos
Most safeties are not big name players, but it is wild that Simmons hasn't been feared in the same way some of the other safeties on this list have been. This ballhawk has had 2 or more interceptions every year of his 5 year career and has posted 4 and 5 respectively over the past 2 seasons.
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