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Top 100 NFL Players: 61 - 70

Top 100 NFL Players: 61 - 70

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!


70. Kyle Pitts - Tight End, Atlanta Falcons

Pitts is truly a unicorn. There are not many Tight Ends that can run as fast, move as nimbly and jump as high at the wide receiver position. Yes, you read that correctly. He is a better athlete than most receivers…

69. Alvin Kamara - Running Back,  New Orleans Saints

After originally being somewhat of an afterthought in his class, Kamara has arguably had the best and most consistent career out of any running back in the 2017 class. In his 5 seasons, he has posted 1300+ total yards in every single one of them.

68.  Cameron Jordan - Defensive End, New Orleans Saints 

The New Orleans rush man just doesn’t stop. Year in and year out he performs at pro bowl levels. He hasn’t had a single season where he had less than 7.5 sacks since his rookie season in 2011. 

67. Deshaun Watson - Quarterback, Cleveland Browns

This was a wild offseason in Cleveland. After Watson told the Browns they were out of the running, out of the blue he signs a fully guaranteed deal to wear the Orange and Brown. He Has all his league stuff cleared up at the moment, but we will see what happens with the NFL. Either way, expect big numbers out of Watson.

66. Mike Evans - Wide Receiver, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

We have had a lot of veteran receivers go so far and Mike Evans has been at the top of the class for a long time. Eight straight 1,000-yard seasons is difficult to top for any pass catcher.

65. Brandon Brooks - Guard, Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles have had many good offensive linemen over the years and Brandon brooks is the latest. At age 32 we are not sure how many years he has left, but we expect each and every one of them to be as one of the top players at his position.

64. Stephon Gilmore - Cornerback - Indianapolis Colts

The long-time Patriot has bounced around a bit recently, but don’t get it twisted, he is still one of the better shutdown players in the game. Now as a Colt he will give the playoff contender some much needed help vs top receivers.

63.  Roquan Smith - Inside Linebacker, Chicago Bears

The Bears defense used to be scary. Unfortunately, they have lost a bit of their bite in recent years, but don’t tell Roquan that. He covers the field sideline to sideline and can stop the best of the runningbacks dead in their tracks.

62. Vita Vea - Defensive Tackle, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

If you are looking for a big man in the middle to take on double teams and create havoc in the run game, look no farther. You can’t run on Vita Vea.

61. Jason Kelce - Center, Philadelphia Eagles

I can’t believe that this man is still playing football. That said he is still, after all these years, the best center in the game. The Eagles may have drafted his replacement in the draft this year, but Kelce will do much more than just keep his seat warm.


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