The PFF Top 101 of 2014: Top to Bottom

The full PFF 101 for 2014 list in on place, linked to the individual articles.

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2014-PFF101

The PFF Top 101 of 2014: Top to Bottom


2014-PFF101Last week we revealed our Top 101 players of 2014 in a series of posts. By request, here you’ll find the entire list in one place with links to each individual piece we put up. When the dust settled, we saw four teams feature with seven players each (Dallas, Baltimore, Green Bay and Denver) while O-lineman as a group earned 18 spots to pace the position-by-position race.

Top 10

1. J.J. Watt
2. Aaron Rodgers
3. Justin Houston
4. Chris Harris Jr.
5. Marshal Yanda
6. Vontae Davis
7. Antonio Brown
8. Marshawn Lynch
9. Luke Kuechly
10. Von Miller

20 to 11

11. Rob Gronkowski
12. Le’Veon Bell
13. Odell Beckham Jr.
14. Jason Peters
15. Sheldon Richardson
16. Andrew Whitworth
17. Richard Sherman
18. Aaron Donald
19. Dez Bryant
20. Joe Thomas

30 to 21

21. Michael Bennett
22. Eric Weddle
23. Dont’a Hightower
24. Muhammad Wilkerson
25. Ndamukong Suh
26. Calais Campbell
27. Tom Brady
28. Cameron Wake
29. Darrelle Revis
30. Jordy Nelson

40 to 31

31. DeMarco Murray
32. Nick Mangold
33. Devin McCourty
34. Gerald McCoy
35. Josh Sitton
36. Ben Roethlisberger
37. Drew Brees
38. Thomas Davis
39. Khalil Mack
40. Jamie Collins

50 to 41

41. Earl Thomas
42. Emmanuel Sanders
43. Malik Jackson
44. Sean Smith
45. Demaryius Thomas
46. Fletcher Cox
47. Joel Bitonio
48. Terrell Suggs
49. Harrison Smith
50. C.J. Anderson

60 to 51

51. Eddie Lacy
52. Pernell McPhee
53. Julio Jones
54. Tyron Smith
55. Marcell Dareus
56. Travis Frederick
57. Matt Ryan
58. Randall Cobb
59. Evan Mathis
60. Brandon M. Marshall

70 to 61

61. Bobby Wagner
62. Greg Olsen
63. Elvis Dumervil
64. Calvin Johnson
65. DeAndre Levy
66. Anthony Castonzo
67. Kelvin Beachum
68. Kelechi Osemele
69. Johnathan Hankins
70. Junior Galette

80 to 71

71. Kareem Jackson
72. Tony Romo
73. Will Hill
74. Brandon Graham
75. Kyle D. Williams
76. Jason Witten
77. Rashean Mathis
78. T.J. Lang
79. Donald Penn
80. Desmond Trufant

90 to 81

81. Glover Quin
82. Jurrell Casey
83. Sharrif Floyd
84. Andrew Luck
85. Ryan Kerrigan
86. Charles Johnson
87. Robert Quinn
88. Joe Staley
89. Orlando Scandrick
90. T.Y. Hilton

101 to 90

91. Branden Albert
92. A.J. Green
93. Chris Borland
94. Mike Evans
95. Karlos Dansby
96. Lamar Miller
97. Jamaal Charles
98. Everson Griffen
99. Mike Daniels
100. Jared Veldheer
101. Brandon Williams

 

  • Johnny Vicars

    Wow, that is an awful list.

    • Sifter

      Let’s see yours Johnny Vicars. Give us your top 10 at least.

      • Riffle,Rod&Fly

        I smell Chowdahead.

        Johnny Vicars top 10:

        1. Tom Brady

        2. Tom Brady

        3. Tom Brady

        4. Bob Kraft

        5. The Hoody

        6. The Deflator

        7. Pete Carroll

        8. Bob Kraft’s latest floozy plaything

        9. Tom Brady’s skid marks

        10. Gronk

        • Chris

          ..

          • Mark

            LMAO.

        • Johnny Vicars

          Awww does it hurt?

    • Mark

      Get off the site then bitch

    • Riffle,Rod&Fly

      The first step to recovery is acceptance.

      Best article ever:
      http://www.phillyvoice.com/deflategate-proves-best-part-new-england-leaving/

      • Johnny Vicars

        How do you get by your teams failures? Is it acceptance?

        • Johnny Vicars

          Bitter eagle fans, poor kid, the Philly voice? Lol, eagle fans who hate their own team almost as much as everyone else, crying. Epic

  • Tom

    Good list

  • jnomiddle

    No Clay Matthews?

    • sheetskout

      Ridiculous there’s no Matthews.

  • noah

    Why no Reshad Jones? He was the second highest rated safety on the year and did it in only 12 games.

    • PFFSamMonson

      Too much of the grade was from blitzing/pass-rushing, not nearly good enough at the actual safety parts of being a safety. He was in the discussion, but didn’t make it.

      • noah

        Ah got you, that’s fair enough.

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  • Brim Low

    Andrew Luck not in the Top 20??? CANNOT respect this list!

  • Tellas

    No Lavonte David…? No respect for the 4-3 outside linebackers in today’s NFL.

  • Tellas

    STAND UP

  • rico notsosuavé

    Lamar Miller is in but Jeremy Hill is not? What kind of drugs do you all do all day?