PFF's Top 101 players

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PFF's Top 101 players
Tue May 27, 2014 12:05 am
  • 1. J.J. Watt
    2. Robert Quinn
    3. Peyton Manning
    4. Gerald McCoy
    5. Lavonte David
    6. Richard Sherman
    7. Evan Mathis
    8. Lesean McCoy
    9. Andrew Whitworth
    10. Marshawn Lynch
    11. Jamaal Charles
    12. Joe Thomas
    13. Jimmy Graham
    14. Robert Mathis
    15. Trent Williams
    16. Michael Bennett
    17. Ndamukong Suh
    18. Darrelle Revis
    19. Calais Campbell
    20. Earl Thomas
    21. Justin Houston
    22. Devin McCourty
    23. Brent Grimes
    24. Patrick Willis
    25. Josh Sitton
    26. Kyle D. Williams
    27. Jurrell Casey
    28. Kam Chancellor
    29. Marcell Dareus
    30. Dontari Poe
    31. NaVorro Bowman
    32. Brandon Marshall
    33. Antonio Brown
    34. Jason Peters
    35. Calvin Johnson
    36. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
    37. Eric Berry
    38. Adrian L. Peterson
    39. Jordy Nelson
    40. Cameron Jordan
    41. Greg Hardy
    42. Jordan Gross
    43. Philip Rivers
    44. Tyron Smith
    45. Louis Vasquez
    46. Cameron Wake
    47. Anquan Boldin
    48. Russell Wilson
    49. Keenan Lewis
    50. Terrance Knighton
    51. Andre Johnson
    52. Thomas Davis
    53. DeMaryius Thomas
    54. Joe Staley
    55. Randy Starks
    56. Brandon Mebane
    57. Tamba Hali
    58. Patrick Peterson
    59. Karlos Dansby
    60. Drew Brees
    61. Donte Whitner
    62. Stephen Tulloch
    63. Keenan Allen
    64. Chris Harris Jr.
    65. Aldon Smith
    66. Jason Hatcher
    67. Larry Warford
    68. Von Miller
    69. Elvis Dumervil
    70. Eddie Lacy
    71. Nate Solder
    72. Derrick O. Johnson
    73. Alshon Jeffery
    74. Josh Gordon
    75. Joe Haden
    76. DeMarco Murray
    77. Brian Orakpo
    78. Jason Kelce
    79. Desmond Trufant
    80. Luke Kuechly
    81. Sheldon Richardson
    82. Alex Mack
    83. Michael D. Johnson
    84. Tyrann Mathieu
    85. Vontaze Burfict
    86. Will Hill
    87. John Sullivan
    88. Trent Cole
    89. DeSean Jackson
    90. Tom Brady
    91. Damon Harrison
    92. T.Y. Hilton
    93. Alterraun Verner
    94. Cliff Avril
    95. Troy Polamalu
    96. Eric Weddle
    97. A.J. Green
    98. Phil Loadholt
    99. Jake Long
    100. T.J. Ward
    101. Marques Colston

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Re: PFF's Top 101 players
Tue May 27, 2014 8:54 am
  • Lavonte David #5; Tom Brady #90.

    Seems legit.
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Re: PFF's Top 101 players
Tue May 27, 2014 10:08 am
  • Antonio Brown ahead of Megatron?? :229031_confused2:
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Re: PFF's Top 101 players
Tue May 27, 2014 10:53 am
  • Russell Wilson the 3rd QB? Awesome.
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Re: PFF's Top 101 players
Tue May 27, 2014 5:35 pm
  • A Rams' player #2?

    shock. and obviously: love Quinn.

    cool thread to open.
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Re: PFF's Top 101 players
Tue May 27, 2014 8:26 pm
  • Hawk Finn wrote:Lavonte David #5; Tom Brady #90.

    Seems legit.


    To be fair, Brady didn't have a great year last season (by his standards). Granted, his receivers were trash, and he was still pretty freakin' clutch anyway.
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Re: PFF's Top 101 players
Tue May 27, 2014 9:35 pm
  • PFF has their formula, and they really stick to it. Sometimes, a very good (but not great) player like Lavonte David with rack up bunch of plays by virtue of playing next to crap players. David is a very good player, perhaps even in the Top 50, but Top 5? I don't think so.

    Then you look at a player like Earl Thomas, whose great play is not quite captured by the formula. They even acknowledge having to manually adjust their formula for Marshawn Lynch's "Beast Mode."
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