NFL Top 100 List for 2022

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Colton Pool @CPoolReporter Aug 16, 2022, 3:00 PM
  • This year’s NFL Top 100 list has been released.
  • Some of the teams with the best NFL odds have the most players on the list.

Every year when the NFL Top 100 list is released, which the players themselves vote on, some manage to make it when the general public doesn’t think that highly of them.

However, it’s an interesting insight into what the players think of others around the league. It’s also a moment to look at which rosters may have the most star power. The Buccaneers, for example, have multiple players on the list and have NFL odds to win the Super Bowl at +750.

Here’s a look at the NFL Top 100 list.

NFL Top 100 List for 2022

RankPlayerTeam
1Tom BradyBuccaneers
2Aaron DonaldRams
3Aaron RodgersPackers
4Cooper KuppRams
5Jonathan TaylorColts
6T.J. WattSteelers
7Davante AdamsRaiders
8Patrick MahomesChiefs
9Jalen RamseyRams
10Travis KelceChiefs
11Myles GarrettBrowns
12Derrick HenryTitans
13Josh AllenBills
14Trent Williams49ers
15Tyreek HillDolphins
16Micah ParsonsCowboys
17Justin JeffersonVikings
18Shaquille LeonardColts
19Deebo Samuel49ers
20J.C. JacksonChargers
21Joe BurrowBengals
22George Kittle49ers
23Trevon DiggsCowboys
24Ja'Marr ChaseBengals
25Nick Bosa49ers
26Stefon DiggsBills
27Matthew StaffordRams
28Quenton NelsonColts
29Bobby WagnerRams
30Joey BosaChargers
31Dalvin CookVikings
32Mark AndrewsRavens
33Nick ChubbBrowns
34Kevin ByardTitans
35Keenan AllenChargers
36Lamar JacksonRavens
37DeAndre HopkinsCardinals
38Joe MixonBengals
39Chris JonesChiefs
40Justin HerbertChargers
41Tristan WirfsBuccaneers
42Cameron HeywardSteelers
43Derwin JamesChargers
44Dak PrescottCowboys
45Jordan PoyerBills
46Austin EkelerChargers
47Fred Warner49ers
48Robert QuinnBears
49De'Vondre CampbellPackers
50Micah HydeBills
51Alvin KamaraSaints
52Matthew JudonPatriots
53Mike EvansBuccaneers
54Jeffery SimmonsTitans
55Joel BitonioBrowns
56Xavien HowardDolphins
57Kyler MurrayCardinals
58Darren WallerRaiders
59Maxx CrosbyRaiders
60Corey LinsleyChargers
61Russell WilsonBroncos
62Chandler JonesRaiders
63Jaylen WaddleDolphins
64Devin WhiteBuccaneers
65Derek CarrRaiders
66DeForest BucknerColts
67Budda BakerCardinals
68Zack MartinCowboys
69Cameron JordanSaints
70Tyrann MathieuSaints
71Jason KelceEagles
72Quandre DiggsSeahawks
73Cordarrelle PattersonFalcons
74Demario DavisSaints
75Antoine Winfield Jr.Buccaneers
76Brian BurnsPanthers
77Darius SlayEagles
78Trey HendricksonBengals
79Rashawn SlaterChargers
80James ConnerCardinals
81Justin SimmonsBroncos
82Kenny Moore IIColts
83Wyatt TellerBrowns
84Roquan SmithBears
85Mac JonesPatriots
86Shaquil BarrettBuccaneers
87Denzel WardBrowns
88Jonathan AllenCommanders
89Marshon LattimoreSaints
90Odell Beckham Jr.Free agent
91Kyle PittsFalcons
92Tyron SmithCowboys
93Von MillerBills
94Justin TuckerRavens
95CeeDee LambCowboys
96Jimmie Ward49ers
97Leonard WilliamsGiants
98David MontgomeryBears
99Kirk CousinsVikings

Teams With Most NFL Top 100 Players

The Chargers lead the way with eight selections. Their NFL betting odds to win the AFC West are +250.

Cornerback J.C. Jackson (No. 20), linebacker Joey Bosa (No. 30), wide receiver Keenan Allen (No. 35), quarterback Justin Herbert (No. 40), running back Austin Ekeler (No. 46), center Corey Linsley (No. 60) and offensive tackle Rashawn Slater (No. 79) represent the team on the Top 100.

The 49ers have seven players on the list. That includes offensive tackle Trent Williams (No. 14), wide receiver Deebo Samuel (No. 19), tight end George Kittle (No. 22), defensive end Nick Bosa (No. 25), linebacker Fred Warner (No. 47), safety Jimmie Ward (No. 96) and fullback Kyle Juszczyk (No. 100).

The Buccaneers and Cowboys each have six members on the list.

Linebacker Shaquil Barrett (No. 86), safety Antoine Winfield Jr. (No. 75), linebacker Devin White (No. 64), wide receiver Mike Evans (No. 53), offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs (No. 41) and quarterback Tom Brady (No. 1) are on the list for the Bucs.

To represent the Cowboys, linebacker Micah Parsons (No. 16), cornerback Trevon Diggs (No. 23), quarterback Dak Prescott (No. 44), guard Zack Martin (No. 68), offensive tackle Tyron Smith (No. 92) and wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (No. 95) were selected.

Five Raiders, Browns, Bills, Colts and Saints also made the list.

NFL Top 100 Surprise Inclusions

Mac Jones

Jones put together a solid rookie season and made the Pro Bowl. But taking the 85th spot among all NFL players may be a bit too high.

Jones completed 68% of his throws for 3,801 yards, 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He was 12th by DYAR and 13th in DVOA last season, metrics from Football Outsiders, and was 14th in my quarterback rankings this offseason.

Cordarrelle Patterson

While his dual-role abilities are certainly impressive, Patterson wasn’t overly effective as a running back or a wide receiver for the entirety of the 2021 season. 

He averaged 4 yards per carry on his way to 618 yards and six touchdowns on the ground. He caught 52 passes for 548 yards and five touchdowns. 

His 5.7 yards per touch was the second-lowest of his career. He ended up 36th in DYAR and 34th in DVOA.

Leonard Williams

Williams is among the most overpaid defensive linemen in the league. He’s got the second-highest cap hit among all D-linemen in the NFL at $27.3 million.

Williams was 26th last season in Pro Football Focus’ grades for defensive linemen. In 17 games, he totaled 81 tackles and 6.5 sacks.

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Colton Pool

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Colton Pool is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM living in Bozeman, Montana, focusing on the NFL and NBA. Previously, he covered Montana State football at the Bozeman Daily Chronicle and worked at newspapers in his home state of North Dakota. He graduated from North Dakota State in 2015.

Colton Pool is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM living in Bozeman, Montana, focusing on the NFL and NBA. Previously, he covered Montana State football at the Bozeman Daily Chronicle and worked at newspapers in his home state of North Dakota. He graduated from North Dakota State in 2015.