ESPN does annual scouting reports on the players, grades them and ranks them: Here is the key: 100-90: Elite Player Player demonstrates rare abilities and can create mismatches that have an obvious impact on the game ... Premier NFL player who has all the skills to consistently play at a championship level ... Rates as one of the top players in the league at his position. 89-80: Outstanding Player Player has abilities to create mismatches versus most opponents in the NFL ... A feature player who has an impact on the outcome of the game ... Cannot be shut down by a single player and plays on a consistent level week-in and week-out. 79-70: Good Starter Solid starter who is close to being an outstanding player ... Has few weaknesses and will usually win his individual matchup but does not dominate in every game, especially when matched up against the top players in the league. 69-60: Average Starter A valuable roster player but is not dominant against the better players he faces on a week-to-week basis... Gives great effort and you are glad that he is on your team, but he may or may not go to the next level. 59- 50: Good Backup A player who is on the bubble and starts only because of a deficiency at the position ... He lacks complete overall skills, and although he will battle he will hinder his team's ability to play at a championship level if he is forced to be in the starting lineup consistently over a 16-game season ... A player you don't mind having on your team but someone you are always looking to upgrade. Offense QB: Schaub is ranked 17th best QB in the league, with a rating of 73 behind Joe Flacco and Matt Hasselbeck. RB: Slaton is Ranked as the 23rd best RB, with a rating of 73 behind such luminaries as Clifton Smith (WTF? 2008 - 8 carries 40 yards), and Darren McFadden. WR: AJ (Tied for the 3rd best player in the league with Peyton Manning and 5 others): Johnson is ranked first tied with Reggie Wayne, and Randy Moss with a 93, making him the best player on our team. No problem he clearly is that, but Reggie Wayne is better than Fitzgerald, I don't know about that. KW: 64 or the 60th best reciever in the NFL. I think he is one of the best #2 in the league personally. TE: 8th best TE in the league with a 76 bracketed by Cooley and Olsen. O-Line: Eric Winston 77 - 13th best bracketed by Jake Long and Bryant McKinnie Chester Pitts 75 - They don't have the guards ranked properly some kind of glitch. Duane Brown 72 - Bracketed by D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Flozell Adams FB: Vonta Leach 61 - 10th ranked FB bracketed by Peyton Hillis and Lawrence Vickers Defense CB: Dunta Robinson 78 - 15 ranked CB bracketed by Antoine Winfield and Cortland Finnegan Fred Bennett 64 - 70th ranked CB Bracketed by Fred Smoot and Jacques Reeves DE: Mario Williams 91 (tied for the 18th best player in the league) - Tied for first w/Peppers right in front of Jared Allen Antonio Smith 72 - 27th ranked DE bracketed by Ogunleye and Chris Kelsay DT: Okoye 74 - 27th ranked DT, bracketed by and Jovan Haye and Mike Patterson TJ: 67 - 37th ranked DT, bracketed by Ryan Pickett and Grady Jackson. They used such words as explosive off the snap, excellent athlete and penetrator. LB: DRyans 81 - 13 ranked LB bracketed by Urlacher and Ray Lewis S: Eugene Wilson 66 - 47th ranked S bracketed by Jim Leonhard and Dwan Landry K: Kris Brown 15th ranked K.