Seahawks Football NFL Ranking 2017- Top 25 Players of Football

Who are the top 25 players in the NFL 2017? NFL Network brings you the Top 100 Players of 2017 voted on by the players themselves. Find out who made the list!

1. Tom Brady

QB – Patriots
AVG. Rating: 95.57
2016 Rank: 6
Brady turned 40 this offseason, but he shows no signs of slowing down. In 2016, he posted the lowest interception rate of his career (0.5 percent), his second-highest completion percentage (67.4) and third-best yards-per-attempt figure (8.2). With the Patriots again loaded on offense, expect more of the same from Brady in 2017. — Mike Reiss

 

2. Aaron Rodgers

QB Packers
AVG. Rating: 95.17

2016 Rank: 2

Brett Favre may have said it best recently when asked about Rodgers: “He moves around as well as anyone in the game right now.” Just look at the film from the Packers’ playoff game against the Cowboys, when Rodgers hit Jared Cook to set up the game-winning FG. That play shows way more about Rodgers than any stat ever could. — Rob Demovsky

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3. Aaron Donald

DL Rams
AVG. Rating: 95.09
2016 Rank: 8
With a quick first step and lightning-fast hands, Donald creates chaos between the tackles like few ever have. His 28 sacks over the past three years are four more than any other defensive tackle in the game, even while facing constant double- and triple-teams. The Rams will miss Donald’s every-down disruption if his holdout spills into the regular season. — Alden Gonzalez

 

4. Von Miller

OLB Broncos
AVG. Rating: 95.06
2016 Rank: 5
Everybody sees the elite pass-rush skills (73.5 sacks in 88 games), but Miller has steadily become one of the league’s best every-down players. He can hold the edge against the run, cover tight ends in space, and, of course, get after the quarterback with a rare combination of flexibility, speed and power. — Jeff Legwold

5. Antonio Brown

WR Steelers
AVG. Rating: 94.89
2016 Rank: 4
Brown’s consistency is his hallmark: He’s had four consecutive 100-catch seasons (a fifth would be an NFL record), scoring 54 TDs in that span. Brown’s 2017 training camp was so good that coach Mike Tomlin was jokingly unimpressed by a one-handed catch: “Show me some new [stuff],” Tomlin said. “Catch it with no hands.” — Jeremy Fowler

6. Julio Jones

WR Falcons
AVG. Rating: 94.21
2016 Rank: 9
Jones was voted the league’s best wide receiver by his peers in a poll conducted by the NFL Network. He’s virtually unstoppable with his blazing speed, freakish athleticism, strong hands and the ability to go up and get the ball in traffic. He’ll be looking for his fourth consecutive season with at least 1,400 receiving yards. If Jones remains healthy for all 16 games, an NFL record of 2,000 yards is reachable. — Vaughn McClure

7. Khalil Mack

DE Raiders
AVG. Rating: 94.11
2016 Rank: 11
The reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year had an eight-game sack streak and a pick-six last season, despite many holds against him going uncalled. Perhaps Mack will start getting those calls now that he’s been named a first-team All-Pro in consecutive seasons (26 sacks and seven forced fumbles since 2015). — Paul Gutierrez

8. Le’Veon Bell

RB Steelers
AVG. Rating: 92.25
2016 Rank: 31
No NFL player in history has averaged more scrimmage yards per game through four seasons than Bell’s 128.7. And his 157 yards per game last year ranks third all-time for a running back in a season. Bell can function as both a No. 2 receiver (6.3 catches per game in 2016) and a bell-cow back (1,172 rushing yards on 220 carries over his final eight games last season). — Jeremy Fowler

9. Odell Beckham Jr.

WR Giants
AVG. Rating: 91.92
2016 Rank: 13
Beckham is the only receiver in NFL history to record at least 80 catches, 1,300 yards and 10 or more touchdowns in each of his first three professional seasons. Brandon Marshall set the bar high for his new teammate, saying, “Odell is probably the best player in the NFL. … He’s not even a superstar, he’s a rock star.” — Jordan Raanan

10. J.J. Watt

DE Texans
AVG. Rating: 91.49
2016 Rank: 1
Even after playing in only three games last season, the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year leads the league with 76 sacks since entering the league in 2011. Watt, who finished atop this ranking each of the past two seasons, will return to the field with plenty of hype after having two back surgeries in 2016. — Sarah Barshop

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