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Top 100 NFL Players: 81 - 90

Top 100 NFL Players: 81 - 90

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90. Jesse Bates - Safety, Cincinnati Bengals

Bates was in Cincy during the lean years, so it’s only right that he gets to be a leader of the defense while they are making Super Bowl runs. This ballhawk may have seen a slight dip in production, but he comes up big when it matters most.

89. James Bradberry - Cornerback, New York Giants

Bradberry might not be the biggest name in the league, but he does a great job locking up opposing receivers. Under Brain Daboll the offense should get a boost, but the defense is already in decent hands.

88. Von Miller - Outside Linebacker/Edge, Buffalo Bills

In a midseason trade, Von Miller joined the eventual Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams and he made his impact felt in the biggest game of the season. Now, a member of the Bills, he will be attempting to give the same boost to that defense.

87. Brandon Scherff - Guard, Washington Commanders

The Washington Football Team guard is once again a top name 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.

86. Fletcher Cox, - Defensive Tackle, Philadelphia Eagles

There was a time when ranking Cox outside of the top 50 would have felt like blasphemy. However, he isn’t getting any younger. He probably only has 2-3 seasons left in him, but we fully expect them to still be solid years. 

85. Tristan Wirfs - Offensive Tackle, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

Wirfs quickly went from an athletic standout at Iowa to protecting the blindside of the greatest quarterback of all time. Wirfs only got better as the season went on and he is only going to be getting better with age.

84. Corey Linsley - Center, Los Angeles Chargers (60)

There won’t be a lot of centers on the list, but Linsley is one of the best of the bunch. The Chargers got a massive upgrade at the position in last offseason and Linsley will lead this offensive line in both run blocking and pass blocking efficiency.

83. Minkah Fitzpatrick - Safety, Pittsburgh Steelers (52)

The Steelers paid a pretty hefty price to nab Fitzpatrick a couple years ago and it has more than paid off. It was a secondary that was simply getting by, but not excelling. He has brought them a new identity.

82. Kyler Murray - Quarterback, Arizona Cardinals 

The number 1 overall pick was on his way to an MVP discussion, but now there seems to be lots of off-the-field drama. Assuming health this season, the young quarterback will look to find the one thing that seems to still be alluding him… the playoffs.

81. Najee Harris - Running Back, Pittsburgh Steelers

It’s becoming rarer and rarer for a running back to be taken in the 1st round. However, Harris proved last season that investing in a runner isn’t always a bad decision. Let’s see how he does with an improved line.

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