Nfl Network:Top 100 players of 2013

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  1. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    They are doing this series again.

    91-100 is coming on after the draft

    100 Dennis Pitta
    99 Trent Williams
    98 MJD
    97 Heath Miller
    96 Dashon Goldson
    95 Max Unger
    94 Daryl Washington
    93 Anquan Boldin
    92 Gerald McCoy
    91 Troy Polamalu
     
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  2. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    Showing MJD likes to drop shoulder and deliver the blow...all I can say is "not this year or it is a penalty" (in 2nd and 3rd level)
     
  3. TexansBull

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    Chris Johnson must be embarrassed to be ranked below Tebow.

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  4. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    There is the list updated

    Respect on some of the guys Troy played 7 games
    MJD got respect also on his unfortunate injury filled season
     
  5. Lucky

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    Dennis Pitta is the 100th best player in the NFL? I guess Owen Daniels must be in the top 90.
     
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    Boldin should be better than 93.
     
  7. BigBull17

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    I will check it out but these lists are largely a joke. I remember when McNabb was top 100 his last year or second to last year. Was sad.
     
  8. Maddict5

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    I always wonder how they vote for this. I thought I read somewhere that they just ballot players on their top 20 as top 100 would be too lengthy and get the results from that but I highly doubt anybody would have dennis pitta in the top 20 of anything other than TE's
     
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    Apparently, you're mistaken.
     
  10. thunderkyss

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    Unless he wears the crown of his helmet on his shoulder, it won't be a penalty.
     
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    Yea, so, Jacoby Jones just made this list at #88.

    This program just lost all credibility.
     
  12. Lucky

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    Dennis Pitta made it @100. Basically, all 22 starters for the Ravens will be on this list.
     
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    Just insane. They have Jacoby Jones higher than Anquan Boldin and Percy Harvin. Does that make any sense?

    I don't know if they really poll players on this, but even if they do, does that make it any more legitimate? I remember watching Hard Knocks and Tannehill didn't even know which teams were in which division, nor did he know what conference certain teams belonged to.

    It's a nice idea, but is clearly flawed.
     
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    I didn't get to watch it, but I really think he was the MVP of the Super Bowl & should have been Baltimore's MVP throughout the play offs.

    But if the players think Jacoby is one of this years top 100....... maybe we're just being petty.
     
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    Remember when little known Packers fullback John Kuhn made the top 100 at like #100 or #99? Good times.
     
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    For some reason, there is no #88
     
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    Perhaps, but it's hard to see the logic in Jacoby Jones over Percy Harvin and Anquan Boldin, or really any of the guys above him. Even Dennis Pitta.
     
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    Anquan Boldin was clearly the better WR all year long and even in the playoffs.
     
  19. Wolf

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    90 Percy Havin
    89 Cameron Wake
    88 Jacoby Jones
    87 Bernard Pollard
    86 London Fletcher
    85 Charles Woodson
    84 Steve Smith
    83 Lance Briggs
    82 Logan Mankins
    81 Colin Kaepernic

    Will watch the video now and edit accordingly
     
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    88 = Jacoby Jones
    86 = London Fletcher
    81 = Kaepernick
    90 = Percy Harvin
     
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