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NFL Top 100 Players List (2010)
 

 
Ah, the ol’ Schrager Top 100 list, an annual summer tradition on FOXSports.com. If you’re not familiar, here are the rules:

1. Which player would I rather have on my team? 2. Which player would make the most impact on my team? 3. Which player will be the best in 2010, specifically?

Some other things to keep in mind: Overall team performance matters (sorry, Rams and Lions fans), incoming rookies are not eligible (Mr. Suh, my apologies), and I didn’t include any kickers or punters (my bad, Shane Lechler).

I care more about Whitney Port's new fashion line than I do about your fantasy football team and your league's projected statistics. Hakeem Nicks' 2010 projected yards per reception and Arian Foster's projected red zone carries total were not taken into account in the compilation of this list.

Also, long-term future isn’t the goal here, the 2010 season is. Would I rather have Texans middle linebacker DeMeco Ryans over the next 10 years than Ray Lewis? Probably. For the 2010 campaign? Gimme the 11-time-Pro Bowler.

Here's a breakdown of the Top 100:

-No Seahawks, Buccaneers, Bills or Chiefs made the Top 100. Sorry.

-There are 19 WRs on the 2010 list; one more than the amount of LBs, the second-most represented position.

-The Vikings had the most players in the Top 100 (7); the Colts, Ravens, and Cowboys tied for second (6).

Players who were “right on the cusp”, but did not make the list: Cowboys center Andre Gurode, Patriots guard Logan Mankins, Redskins defenders Brian Orakpo and Andre Carter, Chiefs RBs Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones, Packers safety Nick Collins, Vikings tackle Bryan McKinnie, Giants David Diehl, Chris Snee, Antrel Rolle, and Steve Smith, and Dolphins right tackle Vernon Carey.

Super Bowl champs Marques Colston, Pierre Thomas, Jonathan Stinchcomb and Reggie Bush ain’t on it either. Andrew Whitworth, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Barrett Ruud and Kris Dielman were left on the cutting room floor, as well. Again, my apologies, gentlemen.

So, who did make the cut? Let’s dig in.

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 NFL's top 100 players (Nos. 81-100) - NFL News - FOX Sports on MSN




1. Peyton Manning, QB, Colts (2009 Rank: 1)


2009 meant another MVP for the world’s most talented football player. In '09, Manning led his team to a 14-0 start, plus division and AFC titles. No Marvin Harrison or Anthony Gonzalez? No problem. Manning made stars of Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie. Healthy, focused and blessed with a healthy skill players, Manning will be even better in 2010.


2. Drew Brees, QB, Saints (2009 Rank: 7)



Though Manning took home league MVP honors in 2009, it was Brees who hoisted the Lombardi Trophy and Super Bowl MVP award. The man the Dolphins once passed on in free agency started the season by throwing a franchise record 6 TD passes vs. the Lions on opening day. He ended it with a Super Bowl record 32 completions. Brees finished the season with a completion percentage of 70.62%, an NFL single-season record. The Saints return the bulk of their offense in 2010 and should be the favorites to come out of the NFC.


3. Tom Brady, QB, Patriots (2009 Rank: 2)


In his first season back from the devastating knee injury that kept him off the field in 2008, Brady led the Pats to their seventh AFC East title in eight seasons. The 2009 NFL Comeback Player of the Year had yet another Pro Bowl year despite three fractured ribs, a broken finger and numerous O-line injuries. A rough playoff loss at home to Baltimore left a bad taste in every Patriots fans’ mouth last January. Some seem to be down on the Pats and Brady this offseason, talking up the Jets and Dolphins as division favorites. I’ll take Brady and those three Super Bowl rings over Mark Sanchez, Chad Henne and 27 other NFL starting QBs.



4. Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Steelers (2009 Rank: 3)


Say what you want, Big Ben’s gotten it done and brought two Lombardi Trophies to the Steel City in six years as a pro. In ’09, with the Steelers’ run game all but nonexistent, the D in shambles and the O-line woeful, Big Ben threw for a career-high 4,328 yards and 26 TD passes. He was 9-6 as a starter. Off the field, he has his issues. But this list isn’t judging ethics, morals or the law. It’s judging players and who you’d want on the field. If you ask me who I want leading my team down the field down four with two minutes left? You better believe I’m taking No. 7. Hell, in that situation? I might even take him over the three guys listed above him.


5. Chris Johnson, RB, Titans (2009 Rank: 77)


In just his second year in the NFL, Johnson broke Marshall Faulk’s record of total yards from scrimmage in a season with 2,509 yards (2,006 of them coming on the ground). The ‘09 NFL Offensive Player of the Year, Johnson has an eye-popping career average of 5.3 yards per carry with 26 touchdowns to just four fumbles. Currently in the midst of contract negotiations with Tennessee for a new deal, Johnson enters his third season as arguably the most explosive player in the entire sport.

6. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals (2009 Rank: 4)
7. Darrelle Revis, CB, Jets (2009 Rank: Unranked)
8. Aaron Rodgers, QB, Packers (2009 Rank: Unranked)
9. DeMarcus Ware, OLB, Cowboys (2009 Rank: 9)
10. Jared Allen, DE, Vikings (2009 Rank: 8)
11. Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers (2009 Rank: 16)
12. Patrick Willis, LB, 49ers (2009 Rank: 21)
13. Nnamdi Asomugha, CB, Raiders (2009 Rank: 12)
14. Troy Polamalu, S, Steelers (2009 Rank: 15)
15. Adrian Peterson, RB, Vikings (2009 Rank: 5)
16. Andre Johnson, WR, Texans (2009 Rank: 13)
17. Ryan Clady, OT, Broncos (2009 Rank: 47)
18. Joe Thomas, OT, Browns (2009 Rank: 46)
19. Dwight Freeney, DE, Colts (2009 Rank: 26)
20. Ray Lewis, LB, Ravens (2009 Rank: 30)

Nos. 21-40

21. Steven Jackson, RB, Rams (2009 Rank: 49)
22. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, Jaguars (2009 Rank: 60)
23. Julius Peppers, DE, Bears (2009 Rank: 6)
24. Eli Manning, QB, Giants (2009 Rank: 33)
25. Tony Romo, QB, Cowboys (2009 Rank: 28)
26. Mario Williams, DE, Texans (2009 Rank: 27)
27. Steve Smith, WR, Panthers (2009 Rank: 18)
28. Randy Moss, WR, Patriots (2009 Rank: 30)
29. Kevin Williams, DT, Vikings (2009 Rank: 40)
30. Ed Reed, S, Ravens (2009 Rank: 10)
31. Charles Woodson, CB, Packers (2009 Rank: 58)
32. Ray Rice, RB, Ravens (2009 Rank: Unranked)
33. Champ Bailey, CB, Broncos (2009 Rank: 31)
34. Antonio Gates, TE, Chargers (2009 Rank: 95)
35. Reggie Wayne, WR, Colts (2009 Rank: 41)
36. Jake Long, OT, Dolphins (2009 Rank: 94)
37. Steve Hutchinson, G, Vikings (2009 Rank: 57)
38. Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons (2009 Rank: 32)
39. Jay Ratliff, DT, Cowboys (2009 Rank: Unranked)
40. Elvis Dumervil, LB, Broncos (2009 Rank: Unranked)


Nos. 41-60

41. James Harrison, LB, Steelers (2009 Rank: 11)
42. Jon Beason, LB, Panthers (2009 Rank: 20)
43. DeMeco Ryans, LB, Texans (2009 Rank: 62)
44. Justin Tuck, DE, Giants (2009 Rank: 34)
45. David Harris, LB, Jets (2009 Rank: Unranked)
46. Brett Favre, QB, Vikings (2009 Rank: Unranked)
47. Joe Flacco, QB, Ravens (2009 Rank: Unranked)
48. DeAngelo Williams, RB, Panthers (2009 Rank: 36)
49. Matt Schaub, QB, Texans (2009 Rank: Unranked)
50. Asante Samuel, CB, Eagles (2009 Rank: 50)
51. Jordan Gross, OT, Panthers (2009 Rank: 24)
52. Greg Jennings, WR, Packers (2009 Rank: Unranked)
53. DeSean Jackson, WR, Eagles (2009 Rank: Unranked)
54. Wes Welker, WR, Patriots (2009 Rank: 48)
55. Carson Palmer, QB, Bengals (2009 Rank: 23)
56. Albert Haynesworth, DT, Redskins (2009 Rank: 14)
57. Dallas Clark, TE, Colts (2009 Rank: Unranked)
58. London Fletcher, LB, Redskins (2009 Rank: 71)
59. LaMarr Woodley, LB, Steelers (2009 Rank: 82)
60. Brian Dawkins, S, Broncos (2009 Rank: 66)


Nos. 61-80

61. Bob Sanders, S, Colts (2009 Rank: 43)
62. Sidney Rice, WR, Vikings (2009 Rank: Unranked)
63. Nick Mangold, C, Jets (2009 Rank: Unranked)
64. Haloti Ngata, DT, Ravens (2009 Rank: 89)
65. Jason Peters, OT, Eagles (2009 Rank: 78)
66. Brian Urlacher, LB, Bears (2009 Rank: 52)
67. Frank Gore, RB, 49ers (2009 Rank: Unranked)
68. Antoine Bethea, S, Colts (2009 Rank: Unranked)
69. Lance Briggs, LB, Bears (2009 Rank: 81)
70. Calvin Johnson, WR, Lions (2009 Rank: 83)
71. Adrian Wilson, S. Cardinals (2009 Rank: 53)
72. Jerod Mayo, LB, Patriots (2009 Rank: 39
73. Brian Cushing, LB, Texans (2009 Rank: Unranked)
74. Anquan Boldin, WR, Ravens (2009 Rank: 44)
75. Miles Austin, WR, Cowboys (2009 Rank: Unranked)
76. Vince Wilfork, DT, Patriots (2009 Rank: Unranked)
77. Jon Vilma, LB, Saints (2009 Rank: Unranked)
78. Vincent Jackson, WR, Chargers (2009 Rank: Unranked)
79. Tony Gonzalez, TE, Falcons (2009 Rank: 93)
80. Michael Turner, RB, Falcons (2009 Rank: 38)


Nos. 81-100

81. Vernon Davis, TE, 49ers (2009 Rank: Unranked)
82. Karlos Dansby, LB, Dolphins (2009 Rank: 73)
83. Donovan McNabb, QB, Redskins (2009 Rank: 25)
84. Curtis Lofton, LB, Falcons (2009 Rank: 69)
85. Brandon Marshall, WR, Dolphins (2009 Rank: 69)
86. Michael Roos, OT, Titans (2009 Rank: 37)
87. Roddy White, WR, Falcons (2009 Rank: 56)
88. Anthony Spencer, LB, Cowboys (2009 Rank: Unranked)
89. Darnell Dockett, DT, Cardinals (2009 Rank: Unranked)
90. Cedric Benson, RB, Bengals (2009 Rank: Unranked)
91. Jahri Evans, G, Saints (2009 Rank: Unranked)
92. Darren Sharper, S, Saints (2009 Rank: Unranked)
93. Jason Witten, TE, Cowboys (2009 Rank: 96)
94. Hines Ward, WR, Steelers (2009 Rank: Unranked)
95. Trent Cole, DE, Eagles (2009 Rank: Unranked)
96. Josh Cribbs, WR/RB/KR, Browns (2009 Rank: Unranked)
97. Percy Harvin, WR, Vikings (2009 Rank: Unranked)
98. Leon Hall, CB, Bengals (2009 Rank: Unranked)
99. Chad Ochocinco, WR, Bengals (2009 Rank: 86)
100. Jay Cutler, QB, Bears (2009 Rank: 17)


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 NFL's top 100 players of 2010: Nos. 81-100

81 comments for "NFL Top 100 Players List (2010)"

 8 years ago '08        #2
Main Event 55 heat pts55
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:lachen001: @ the list saying Reggie Bush aint on it like thats suprising or somethin



Larry Fitzgerald


@ Adrian Wilson being an all pro and moving down


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 8 years ago '07        #3
keithbm1111 97 heat pts97
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Big Ben #4???
 8 years ago '06        #4
ginobili 20|m 39 heat pts39
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at mcnabb dropping all the way down to the 83.... rodgers went from unranked to to the top 10, kinda crazy... he a beast though
 8 years ago '04        #5
A.G 27 heat pts27
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Terrible list..
 8 years ago '07        #6
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 akademiks said:
Terrible list..
Yea, I hate lists and never take them seriously but I like to hear what ppl have to say .
 8 years ago '06        #7
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 ThaReapa420 said:
Where's the issue? Did your squad not have enough or rank your stars where you want? I'm happy with all the 49ers they put and where...
I think Gore and VD should both be moved up...might just be me




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 8 years ago '07        #8
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 Kjizzle03 said:
I think Gore and VD should both be moved up...might just be me
Yea Gore definitely, at least 49ers are on the list .
 8 years ago '04        #9
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 ThaReapa420 said:
Where's the issue? Did your squad not have enough or rank your stars where you want? I'm happy with all the 49ers they put and where...
Actually my list was one of the ones tied for 2nd place.

Rapelisburger @ #4?
Aaron Rodgers top 10?
Troy Poluwalumalu @ 15?

The list sucks on all accounts really.
 8 years ago '05        #10
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 ThaReapa420 said:
Where's the issue? Did your squad not have enough or rank your stars where you want? I'm happy with all the 49ers they put and where...
troy polamalu played in 5 games. most over rated player in the game. he's never had stats that other safeties don't have yet he gets ranked real high over and over again. i just realized they put jared allen this list is full of jokes.


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 8 years ago '08        #11
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Aaron Rodgers is f**kin nice , but why the f**k is Bob Sanders still on there that n*gga hasnt played in like 10 years
 8 years ago '04        #12
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 Main Event said:
Aaron Rodgers is f**kin nice , but why the f**k is Bob Sanders still on there that n*gga hasnt played in like 10 years
He's nice, but top 10 player in the game? Hell to the f**k no.
 8 years ago '06        #13
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50. Asante Samuel, CB, Eagles (2009 Rank: 50)
53. DeSean Jackson, WR, Eagles (2009 Rank: Unranked)
65. Jason Peters, OT, Eagles (2009 Rank: 78)
95. Trent Cole, DE, Eagles (2009 Rank: Unranked)
:cool-smiley-009:

we have a couple guys on there but i think Cole should be higher and expect fans should expect to see big stew on the top 100 next year along with Kolb


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 8 years ago '05        #14
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 akademiks100 said:
50. Asante Samuel, CB, Eagles (2009 Rank: 50)
53. DeSean Jackson, WR, Eagles (2009 Rank: Unranked)
65. Jason Peters, OT, Eagles (2009 Rank: 78)
95. Trent Cole, DE, Eagles (2009 Rank: Unranked)
:cool-smiley-009:

we have a couple guys on there but i think Cole should be higher and expect fans should expect to see big stew on the top 100 next year along with Kolb
I wouldn't be surprised if Celek slipped in there next year either
 8 years ago '05        #15
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@ Brees #2....YESSSS SSSIIIRRRR

@ Favre #46
 8 years ago '10        #16
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 keithbm1111 said:
Big Ben #4???
yeah wtf and Im not just saying it cus I dont like him


20. Ray Lewis, LB, Ravens (2009 Rank: 30)
30. Ed Reed, S, Ravens (2009 Rank: 10)
32. Ray Rice, RB, Ravens (2009 Rank: Unranked)
47. Joe Flacco, QB, Ravens (2009 Rank: Unranked)
64. Haloti Ngata, DT, Ravens (2009 Rank: 89)
74. Anquan Boldin, WR, Ravens (2009 Rank: 44)


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 06-30-2010, 02:02 PM         #17
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stupid a.ss list troy #15 ed reed #30 ? comon lets get serious
 8 years ago '07        #18
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jesus christ...cribbs better than the jay love gun cutler


this is a f**king outrage
 06-30-2010, 02:05 PM         #19
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 keithbm1111 said:
Big Ben #4???
Absolute Joke...
 8 years ago '07        #20
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 Pistol Peter said:
jesus christ...cribbs better than the jay love gun cutler


this is a f**king outrage
Cutler is garbage I'm surprised he made it. I used to like him as a player too.
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