Prisco’s 2022 NFL Top 100 Players: Aaron Donald New No. 1 Ace of Rams has three of the Top 10; Aaron Rodgers no. 2

Superstars win the NFL. periods.

The Los Angeles Rams displayed that last season in winning the Super Bowl. They are definitely a very heavy side, with a lot of money being paid to star players. Of course, they have to do a good job completing the roster to make it work, which the general manager is not Snead, but the stars are leading the team.

They also top the list of the NFL’s 100 Greatest Players of 2022. It’s not just that the Rams have no. One player on the roster, but they have three players in the top 10, and none of them are the high-priced quarterback, although Matt Stafford is the top 50.

The Rams’ defensive intervention is record holder Aaron Donald. One player on my list this year. This is because he is the best defensive player in the league, as well as being in The argument that should be considered the best of all. He’s clearly the best player in his position, while an argument can be made in all the other players, even a quarterback.

The other Rams players in my Top 10 are receiver Cooper Kupp at No. 5 and Cornerback Jalen Ramsey at No. 5. 10. Kobe showed the football world last year that he was the best player in the NFL. Ramsey remains a cornerstone for closing, which evolved into much more last season in a variety of roles in Rahim Morris’ new look.

The fact that Donald is top of the list moves the quarterback off the lead. That’s not to say the top ten aren’t heavy quarterbacks – as usual. In fact, the entire roster is heavy because there are a lot of passing stars in the league now.

If you’re wondering which team has the most players, the Los Angeles Chargers have nine top 100 players – three more than the three tied teams in the next group by six (the Cowboys, Buccaneers, and 49ers). It ended up with five rams, as did the Beals, Bengals, Chiefs, and Packers. The Patriots are among six teams without any of the top 100, joining the Giants, Jets, Texans, Jaguars and Lions.

So dive in and eat it. Nobody will be happy. I know that much. But for all of you willing to kill me for the sake of the list, I offer you this: Try it. It’s not easy to do, especially in the league where there are a lot of good players.

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Honorable mentions: Benny Sewell, T., Detroit Lions; Michael Thomas, WR, New Orleans Saints; Jevon Holland, S, The Miami Dolphins; Denzel Ward, CB, Cleveland Browns; Shack Mason, J., Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Christian McCaffrey, RB, Carolina Panthers; Jaylen Waddell, WR, Miami Dolphins; DJ Reader, DT, Cincinnati Bengals; Patrick Sertin II, CB, Denver Broncos; Terry McLaurin, WR, Washington Leaders; Kenny Moore, CB, Indianapolis Colts; Tre’Davious White, CB, Buffalo Bills; Marlon Humphrey, CB, Baltimore Ravens; Matt Godon, Edge, New England Patriots; Amari Cooper, WR, Cleveland Browns; Quinnen Williams, DT, New York Jets; David Andrews, C., New England Patriots; Dallas Guedert, T. E., Philadelphia Eagles; Devin White, LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Derek Carr, QB, Las Vegas Raiders; Randy Gregory, EDGE, Denver Broncos; Jason Kelsey, Philadelphia Eagles; Hasson Riddick, Edge, Philadelphia Eagles; Justin Simmons, S, Denver Broncos; Marshawn Lattimore, CB, New Orleans Saints; Terran Mathieu, S., New Orleans Saints; Aaron Jones, RB, Green Bay Packers; Leonard Williams, DE, New York Giants; Elgton Jenkins, OL, Green Bay Packers; David Bakhtiari, T, Green Bay Packers; Kirk Cousins, QB, Minnesota Vikings; Quander Diggs, S, Seattle Seahawks; Vita Via, DT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Ryan Jensen, C, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Adrian Phillips, S, New England Patriots; Harold Landry, EDGE, Tennessee Titans; Yannick Njakwe, EDGE, Indianapolis Colts; Matt Ryan, QB, Indianapolis Colts; Tyler Lockett, WR, Seattle Seahawks; Nagy Harris, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers; Hunter Renfrew, WR, Las Vegas Riders; Cordarrell, Patterson, RB/WR, Atlanta Falcons; Carlton Davis, CB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Allen Robinson, WR, Los Angeles Rams; Brandon Sheriff, J., Jacksonville Jaguars; Daniel Hunter, DE, Minnesota Vikings; and DeMarcus Lawrence, DE, Dallas Cowboys.

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