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Top 100 NFL Players: 41 - 50

Top 100 NFL Players: 41 - 50

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50. Xavien Howard - Cornerback, Miami Dolphins

Sometimes you just gotta pay the man. Howard had been one of the top cornerbacks in the game for a few years but had an embarrassingly low salary. The two sides worked things out and he is back to being the top cover man for the Phins.

49. Eric Kendrick - Inside Linebacker, Minnesota Vikings 

The Vikings middle man is known for his big hair and even bigger game. Linebackers are not typically known for their coverage skills, but Kendricks is great in that department and even nabbed 2 interceptions along with 5 sacks in the 2021 season. This player keeps getting better with age and should be a lock for a top 5 middle backer for the next few seasons.

48. Bobby Wagner - Inside Linebacker, LA Rams

Wagner went from being an afterthought to becoming one of the most respected linebackers of the decade. He has outlasted the entire Legion of Boom and still made plays for the Seattle Seahawks front 7 last season. There have been a few signs of aging though so we will have to wait and see how long he can maintain his dominance for the Rams.

47. Dak Prescott - Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys

After coming back from a horrific injury in 2020, Dak lead the Cowboys to the playoffs, only to see them lose in heartbreaking fashion. With many of his top targets gone, he will now lean heavily on Ceedee Lamb and tight end Dalton Schultz.

46. Dalvin Cook - Running Back, Minnesota Vikings

After being derailed a bit early in his career by injuries, Dalving Cook has been an absolute monster over the past 3 seasons. Grabbing nearly 1,300 yards each season and topping out at 17 total touchdowns in 2020.

45. Joel Bitonio - Guard, Cleveland Browns

The other Cleveland Guard comes in here at 45. Similar to teammate Wyat Teller, he also signed a massive deal this offseason. With these 2 inside, Deshaun Watson should feel nice and cozy all season long.

45. Ryan Ramczyk - Tackle, New Orleans Saints

Ramczyk just spent his first season without Drew Brees. As a team it wasn’t an overly successful season, however, Ramczyk once again proved why he is one of the best right tackles in the league. He allowed only 2 sacks in 2021 and posted another 80+ season according to PFF (84.1)

44. Lamar Jackson - Quarterback, Baltimore Ravens

Lamar Jackson is a difficult one to figure out. On one hand, he is an all world talent with the best rushing ability that we may have ever seen at the QB position. On the other hand, the passing game is still mediocre and the Ravens haven’t made much noise in the playoffs during his time.

43. Ja’Marr Chase - Wide Receiver, Cincinnati Bengals

It’s really difficult to be ranked this highly after only being in the league for 1 season. That said, when you haul in 81 receptions for 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns, it’s tough to keep a guy like that down.

42. Darius Leonard - Outside Linebacker, Indianapolis Colts

Leonard has played both on the inside and outside for this defense, but regardless of where he lines up, the outcome is still the same.  Leonard finds the ball and then Leonard makes the play.

41. Joey Bosa, Defensive End, LA Chargers

The Ohio State product has done nothing but come into the league and be effective. He as had double digit sacks every year of his 6 year career except 2 and in both of those seasons, he was battling injuries.

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