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NFL Top 100 Players of 2019
NFL Top 100 Players of 2019
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Aaron Donald the #1 ranked player
Country of originUnited States
Release
Original networkNFL Network
Original releaseJuly 22 (2019-07-22) -
July 31, 2019 (2019-07-31)
Season chronology
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The NFL Top 100 Players of 2019 was the ninth season in the series. It premiered on July 22, 2019 and the final episode aired on July 31, 2019. It started later in the year, and the show was shown in 10 consecutive days instead. Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald was named the number one player. The Dallas Cowboys had the most players on the list with 8, while the Buffalo Bills had no players on the list.

Episode list

Episode

No.

Air date Numbers

revealed

1 July 22 100-91
2 July 23 90-81
3 July 24 80-71
4 July 25 70-61
5 July 26 60-51
6 July 27 50-41
7 July 28 40-31
8 July 29 30-21
9 July 30 20-11
10 July 31 10-1

The list

Rank Player Position 2018 team 2019 team Rank change Reference Year accomplishments
1 Aaron Donald Defensive tackle Los Angeles Rams Increase 6 [1]
2 Drew Brees Quarterback New Orleans Saints Increase 6 [2]
3 Khalil Mack Linebacker Chicago Bears Increase 13 [3]
  • 4th Pro Bowl selection
  • 3rd First-team All-Pro selection
  • 2nd Butkus Award (Pro)
  • Became the first player since 1982 to record a sack, forced fumble, a fumble recovery, interception, and touchdown in one half
4 Patrick Mahomes Quarterback Kansas City Chiefs NR [4]
5 Todd Gurley Running Back Los Angeles Rams Increase 1 [5]
6 Tom Brady Quarterback New England Patriots Decrease 5 [6]
  • 14th Pro Bowl selection
  • Won His NFL Record Sixth Super Bowl
7 Antonio Brown Wide Receiver Pittsburgh Steelers Oakland Raiders / New England Patriots Decrease 5 [7]
8 Aaron Rodgers Quarterback Green Bay Packers Increase 2 [8]
  • 7th Pro Bowl selection
  • Broke Tom Brady's NFL record by converting his 359th consecutive pass without an interception
  • Set an NFL record for interception percentage for a season, with only 0.335 % of his passes being intercepted
9 Julio Jones Wide Receiver Atlanta Falcons Decrease 5 [9]
  • 6th Pro Bowl selection
  • 2nd Second-team All-Pro selection
  • Fastest player in NFL history to reach 10,000 career receiving yards (104 games)
  • Only player during the 2018 season to average more than 100 receiving yards per game
  • 2nd time as NFL receiving yards leader (1,677)
10 Von Miller Linebacker Denver Broncos Decrease 1 [10]
11 DeAndre Hopkins Wide Receiver Houston Texans Increase 2 [11]
12 J.J. Watt Defensive End Houston Texans Increase 72 [12]
13 Michael Thomas Wide Receiver New Orleans Saints Increase 68 [13]
14 Alvin Kamara Running Back New Orleans Saints Increase 6 [14]
  • 2nd Pro Bowl selection
  • Tied the franchise record for most touchdowns in a single season (14)
  • Became the first player in NFL history to have 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in his first 20 games
15 Bobby Wagner Linebacker Seattle Seahawks Increase 6 [15]
16 Saquon Barkley Running Back New York Giants NR [16]
17 Phillip Rivers Quarterback Los Angeles Chargers Increase 39 [17]
  • 8th Pro Bowl selection
  • Tied Ryan Tannehill for most straight completions, with 25
  • Set an NFL-record for one incompletion in 29 attempts, for a record 96.55%
18 Ezekiel Elliott Running Back Dallas Cowboys Increase 36 [18]
19 Tyreek Hill Wide Receiver Kansas City Chiefs Increase 21 [19]
20 Andrew Luck Quarterback Indianapolis Colts* NR [20]
21 Travis Kelce Tight End Kansas City Chiefs Increase 3 [21]
  • 4th Pro Bowl selection
  • 2nd First-team All-Pro selection
  • Broke the NFL record for most receiving yards by a tight end in a single season, but George Kittle passed him to claim the record less than an hour later.
22 Stephon Gilmore Cornerback New England Patriots NR [22]
  • 2nd Pro Bowl selection
  • 1st First-team All-Pro selection
  • Super Bowl champion (1st time)
23 Odell Beckham Jr. Wide Receiver New York Giants Cleveland Browns Increase 54 [23]
  • Fastest to reach 5,000 career receiving yards (54 games)
24 Luke Kuechly Linebacker Carolina Panthers Decrease 12 [24]
25 Russell Wilson Quarterback Seattle Seahawks Decrease 14 [25]
26 Darius Leonard Linebacker Indianapolis Colts NR [26]
27 Jalen Ramsey Cornerback Jacksonville Jaguars Decrease 10 [27]
28 Fletcher Cox Defensive Tackle Philadelphia Eagles Increase 41 [28]
29 George Kittle Tight End San Francisco 49ers NR [29]
  • 1st Pro Bowl selection
  • 1st Second-team All-Pro selection
  • Broke Travis Kelce's single-season record for receiving yards by a tight end, with 1,377
  • First ever tight end to lead the league in Yards After Catch (870)
30 Eddie Jackson Safety Chicago Bears NR [30]
31 Derwin James Safety Los Angeles Chargers NR [31]
32 Jared Goff Quarterback Los Angeles Rams Increase 6 [32]
  • 2nd Pro Bowl selection
  • NFL record for most passing yards and attempts while maintaining a perfect passer rating (26 of 33 for 465 yards)
33 Adam Thielen Wide Receiver Minnesota Vikings Increase 3 [33]
  • 2nd Pro Bowl selection
  • NFL record for most consecutive 100 yard games to start a season in NFL history (8)
  • Tied with Calvin Johnson for the NFL record of most consecutive 100 yard games in a season
34 Melvin Gordon Running Back Los Angeles Chargers NR [34]
35 Davante Adams Wide Receiver Green Bay Packers Increase 10 [35]
36 Chris Jones Defensive Tackle Kansas City Chiefs NR [36]
  • 1st Second-team All-Pro selection
  • NFL record for most consecutive games with a sack (11)[1]
37 Jamal Adams Safety New York Jets NR [37]
38 Keenan Allen Wide Receiver Los Angeles Chargers Increase 3 [38]
39 Akiem Hicks Defensive End Chicago Bears NR [39]
40 Zach Ertz Tight End Philadelphia Eagles Increase 28 [40]
  • 2nd Pro Bowl selection
  • NFL record for most receptions by a tight end in a season (116)
41 Cameron Jordan Defensive End New Orleans Saints Decrease 15 [41]
42 Christian McCaffrey Running Back Carolina Panthers NR [42]
  • 1st Second-team All-Pro selection (Flex)
  • 3rd player in NFL history to achieve 50 rushing yards, 50 receiving yards, and 50 passing yards in a single game
  • NFL record for most receptions by a running back in a single season (107)
43 David Bakhtiari Tackle Green Bay Packers Increase 48 [43]
44 Ben Roethlisberger Quarterback Pittsburgh Steelers Decrease 26 [44]
45 DeMarcus Lawrence Defensive End Dallas Cowboys Decrease 11 [45]
46 Patrick Peterson Cornerback Arizona Cardinals Decrease 23 [46]
47 JuJu Smith-Schuster Wide Receiver Pittsburgh Steelers NR [47]
  • 1st Pro Bowl selection
  • 1st player ever to have two offensive touchdowns of at least 97 yards
48 Melvin Ingram Defensive End Los Angeles Chargers Increase 28 [48]
49 Myles Garrett Defensive End Cleveland Browns NR [49]
50 Baker Mayfield Quarterback Cleveland Browns NR [50]
51 Deshaun Watson Quarterback Houston Texans Decrease 1 [51]
52 Tyron Smith Tackle Dallas Cowboys Decrease 13 [52]
53 Mike Evans Wide Receiver Tampa Bay Buccaneers NR [53]
  • 2nd Pro Bowl selection
  • 3rd receiver in NFL history to begin their career with five consecutive 1,000+ yard seasons
  • Youngest player to reach 6,000 career receiving yards
  • Youngest player to have 5 seasons of 1,000 receiving yards
54 Calais Campbell Defensive End Jacksonville Jaguars Decrease 40 [54]
55 Xavien Howard Cornerback Miami Dolphins NR [55]
56 Joey Bosa Defensive End Los Angeles Chargers Decrease 19 [56]
57 Danielle Hunter Defensive End Minnesota Vikings NR [57]
58 A.J. Green Wide Receiver Cincinnati Bengals Decrease 36 [58]
59 Zack Martin Guard Dallas Cowboys Increase 12 [59]
60 Larry Fitzgerald Wide Receiver Arizona Cardinals Decrease 33 [60]
61 Jaylon Smith Linebacker Dallas Cowboys NR [61]
  • PFF's Breakout Player of the Year
62 James Conner Running back Pittsburgh Steelers NR [62]
63 Jadeveon Clowney Outside linebacker Houston Texans Seattle Seahawks Decrease 31 [63]
64 Amari Cooper Wide receiver Oakland Raiders/Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys NR [64]
65 Jason Pierre-Paul Outside linebacker Tampa Bay Buccaneers NR [65]
66 Eric Ebron Tight end Indianapolis Colts NR [66]
67 Dee Ford Defensive end Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers NR [67]
68 Phillip Lindsay Running back Denver Broncos NR [68]
69 Matt Ryan Quarterback Atlanta Falcons Decrease 40 [69]
70 T.Y. Hilton Wide receiver Indianapolis Colts NR [70]
71 C.J. Mosley Linebacker Baltimore Ravens New York Jets Increase 27 [71]
72 Jason Kelce Center Philadelphia Eagles NR [72]
73 Stefon Diggs Wide receiver Minnesota Vikings Decrease 8 [73]
74 Leighton Vander Esch Linebacker Dallas Cowboys NR [74]
75 Gerald McCoy Defensive tackle Tampa Bay Buccaneers Carolina Panthers NR [75]
76 Robert Woods Wide receiver Los Angeles Rams NR [76]
77 Taylor Lewan Offensive tackle Tennessee Titans Increase 1 [77]
78 Kirk Cousins Quarterback Minnesota Vikings Increase 16 [78]
  • 4 consecutive seasons with 4000+ passing yards
  • 1st player ever to change teams after 3 consecutive 4000+ passing yards seasons, then post another 4000+ yard season with a new team.
79 Geno Atkins Defensive tackle Cincinnati Bengals Decrease 16 [79]
80 Mark Ingram Running back New Orleans Saints Baltimore Ravens Decrease 37 [80]
81 Trent Williams Offensive tackle Washington Redskins Decrease 24 [81]
82 Bradley Chubb Outside linebacker Denver Broncos NR [82]
83 Harrison Smith Strong safety Minnesota Vikings Decrease 37 [83]
84 Jarvis Landry Wide receiver Cleveland Browns Decrease 32 [84]
85 Frank Clark Defensive end Seattle Seahawks Kansas City Chiefs NR [85]
86 Darius Slay Cornerback Detroit Lions Decrease 37 [86]
87 Cam Newton Quarterback Carolina Panthers Decrease 62 [87]
88 Cameron Heyward Defensive end Pittsburgh Steelers Decrease 40 [88]
89 Devin McCourty Free safety New England Patriots NR [89]
  • Super Bowl champion (3rd time)
90 Julian Edelman Wide receiver New England Patriots NR [90]
91 Andrew Whitworth Offensive tackle Los Angeles Rams Decrease 4 [91]
92 Jurrell Casey Defensive end Tennessee Titans Decrease 26 [92]
93 T.J. Watt Outside linebacker Pittsburgh Steelers NR [93]
94 Mitchell Schwartz Offensive tackle Kansas City Chiefs NR [94]
95 Kyle Fuller Cornerback Chicago Bears NR [95]
96 Carson Wentz Quarterback Philadelphia Eagles Decrease 93 [96]
97 Byron Jones Cornerback Dallas Cowboys NR [97]
98 Tyler Lockett Wide receiver Seattle Seahawks NR [98]
99 Derrick Henry Running back Tennessee Titans NR [99]
  • First player to record a 200+ yard and 4+ touchdown game on fewer than 22 carries[7]
  • Second player in NFL history to record a 99-yard rushing touchdown[7]
100 Eric Weddle Free safety Baltimore Ravens Los Angeles Rams NR [100]

*Retired before season started


References

  1. ^ "Chris Jones Breaks NFL Record for Most Consecutive Games with Sack". Kansas City Chiefs. Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b c d "NFL reveals rosters for 2019 Pro Bowl in Orlando". NFL.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Travis Kelce, Mitchell Schwartz Earn All-Pro Honors". Kansas City Chiefs. Retrieved .
  4. ^ Potash, Mark (2019-01-04). "Four Bears named first-team All-Pro: Mack, Fuller, Jackson, Cohen". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved .
  5. ^ Kelly, Omar. "Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard named a second-team All Pro". sun-sentinel.com. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Two Cowboys Make AP All-Pro For First Time". www.dallascowboys.com. Retrieved .
  7. ^ a b "Titans' Derrick Henry sets franchise rushing record on four-touchdown night". The Tennessean. Retrieved .
  8. ^ Shaffer, Jonas. "Ravens' C.J. Mosley, Eric Weddle and Marshal Yanda voted to Pro Bowl; two alternates named". baltimoresun.com. Retrieved .

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