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Top 100 NFL Players: 91 - 100

Top 100 NFL Players: 91 - 100

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! 1

100. Amari Cooper - Wide Receiver, Cleveland Browns

Despite it feeling like Amari Cooper has been in the NFL for 35 years, He is still just 27 years old. The former Cowboys was traded for peanuts this offseason to Cleveland and is now getting to pair up with Deshaun Watson, which has always meant crazy numbers for Watson’s wide receiver 1.

99. Darren Waller - Tight End, Las Vegas Raiders

After 2 absolutely dominant seasons, Darren Waller slowed down a bit in 2021 due to dealing with some injuries. However, a lot has changed since last season and he is now paired up with Tight End friendly coach Josh McDaniels and superstar wide receiver Davante Adams. How this all plays out remains to be seen, but it likely spells good things for Darren Waller.

98. Ronnie Stanley - Offensive Tackle, Baltimore Ravens

Whenever a player misses an entire season, it’s easy to forget how good they are. That’s the temptation with the former Notre Dame product. However, if this team wants to make it far, they will need Stanley to open holes and protect Lamar Jackson.

97. TJ Hockenson - Tight End, Detroit Lions

This might be a generous ranking on the surface, but this could easily be his breakout year. And when we say breakout it’s because of his receiving ability. His blocking is already one of the best at the position.

96. Shaquil Barrett - Outside Linebacker/Edge, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Hey may not be as young as he once was, but he can still make plays with the best of them. He is running it back with the Bucs (as is most of that former Super Bowl winning team) and will be one of the unquestioned leaders of that defense.

95. Ceedee Lamb - Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys

With Amari Cooper gone, it feels inevitable that Lamb truly breaks out in 2022. With Dak fully healthy in 2021 he only barely eclipsed his 2020 numbers, but he has all the tools to go for 1,600 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2022. And if he does that, he is ranked far too low.

94. Javonte Williams - Running Back, Denver Broncos

This player didn’t put up eye-popping numbers in 2021, but after splitting time with Melvin Gordon last season, Javonte has the backfield to himself this coming season. Each and every week he would have a run that would just make you go WOW. Williams will be a monster this year.

93. Terry Mclaurin - Wide Receiver, Washington Commanders

Poor Terry Mclaurin. His entire career has been with subpar help at the quarterback position and 2022 is only marginally better. He will be catching passes from Carson Wentz who is on his 3rd team in 3 years.

92. Calais Campbell - Defensive Tackle, Baltimore Ravens

The level at which Campbell is able to play, at almost 36 years old is incredible. This mountain of a man is once again going to wreak havoc in 2022 and show these young whippersnappers a thing or two.

91. Shaq Mason - Guard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

I’m not sure what kind of voodoo magic Tom Brady used, but somehow they stole Shaq Mason from his former team for next to nothing. Either way, at only 28 years old, Mason has a lot of juice left in the tank.

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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