Teams are more desperate for pass-rushers and outside receivers than they are for safeties or veteran running backs. Prior to the 2010 season, his penchant for fumbling kept him from reaching the level of greatness that many predicted for him. He's one of the best guards in football. Even after three seasons away from the field, Bridgewater is young enough to be a longer-term starter. Biggers 31 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the game at Raymond James Stadium on December 19, 2010 in Tampa, Florida.
Receives more hype than might be warranted due to playing for Dallas Cowboys. We even had him in the discussion as the best left tackle in the game before his injury. Below are the player rankings and presenters which have been revealed to date. Season 1, Episode 1 September 3, 2010 Season 1, Episode 1 September 3, 2010 A countdown of pro football's top players begins with players ranked 100 through 91. As a rookie in 1965, Sayers scored 22 total touchdowns, including six in one game against San Francisco. He was also an effective blocker as well as a solid tackler. D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Offensive Tackle, New York Jets: The anchor to the Jets offensive line and a two-time Pro Bowl selection at left tackle.
Each player is presented by a noteworthy individual in the world of sports and entertainment talking about what made that player one of the greats. Terrell Suggs, Defensive End, Baltimore Ravens: Suggs continues to get better the older he gets. Logan Mankins, Guard, New England Patriots: Mankins made the Pro Bowl in 2010 after playing in only nine games. Jay Ratliff, Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys: A three-time Pro Bowl selection and an All-Pro in 2009, Ratliff is quietly one of the best 3-4 defenders in the league. Zach Miller, Tight End, Oakland Raiders: An up-and-coming tight end for the dismal Oakland Raiders. Louis Rams: Jackson could arguably be listed higher than this. A four-time Super Bowl champion who spent his entire career in Pittsburgh, Terry Bradshaw played 14 seasons with the Steelers, won four Super Bowl titles in a six-year period 1975, 1976, 1979 and 1980 , and became the first quarterback to win three and four Super Bowl titles.
Lewis was selected to 13 Pro Bowls and was named All-Pro 10 times. His consistency and production throughout his career are remarkable. He is one of the most dangerous young players in the game. A seven-time Pro Bowler, three-time first-team All-Pro, three-time second-team All-Pro, Defensive Player of the Year and Defensive Rookie of the Year. London Fletcher, Inside Linebacker, Washington Redskins: A rare undersized inside linebacker for a 3-4 defense, Fletcher defies the odds every Sunday.
Phillips made his first Pro Bowl in 2010. Now, once and for all, the question is addressed: Who are the best of the best? He was also a durable performer, missing just one game in his 10 years. He's been the Rookie of the Year, a Pro Bowler and an All-Pro. He could easily stay in the top 10 for the remainder of his career. Mughelli is simply the best at what he does. Hillis is a key to the Browns' plans to rebuild their team.
Abraham's 2010 season led him to receive a Pro Bowl invite and All-Pro honors. Nick Collins, Safety, Green Bay Packers: A leader on the Packers' Super Bowl-winning defense, Collins' best years are ahead of him. A perfect fit for the Packers' scheme. LeSean McCoy, Running Back, Philadelphia Eagles: If his 2010 season was a hint of what to expect in the future, LeSean McCoy will be moving up this list quickly. We predict Matt Ryan will top this entire list at least once in his career. The top 10 players will be revealed on Thursday, Nov. That mark has been tied twice but has not yet been broken in over 60 years.
Will shoot up our rankings if he repeats in 2011. Dallas Clark, Tight End, Indianapolis Colts: He may be slowing down some late in his career, but Dallas Clark is still the best receiver on the Colts roster. Mackey added another dimension to the position as his breakaway speed made him a legitimate threat as a pass receiver. In Green Bay, he will become the focal point of defense that is stocked with enough players to keep the Packers in Super Bowl contention for years to come. It started with the players ranked 100 through 91, and moving up the list each week.
Jordan Gross, Offensive Tackle, Carolina Panthers: Gross has quietly put together a very good career. Kyle Williams, Defensive Tackle, Buffalo Bills: Not your prototypical nose tackle, but Williams' 2010 season earned him a Pro Bowl and a second-team All-Pro vote. Replacing an injured Drew Bledsoe in 2001, Brady guided the Patriots to the first of three Super Bowl titles in four seasons. Sanders rushed for over 1,000 yards in each of his 10 seasons despite no quarterback help around him. Follow him on , like him on or add him to your network on. John Abraham, Defensive End, Atlanta Falcons: Abraham is enjoying a jump-start to his career in Atlanta. As an Eagle, White recorded 124 sacks.