37. Travis Kelce (unranked)
57. Eric Berry (52)
96. Marcus Peters (unranked)
100. Tyreek Hill (unranked)
Kelce and Berry were no-brainers. They each had All-Pro seasons and even PFF’s grading system couldn’t keep him off this list Peters and Hill are new to the list. Last year, PFF dinged Peters for giving up a lot of yards despite all the accolades he was getting around the league as the rookie of the year. This year, Peters had fewer interceptions but played better overall, according to PFF. Tyreek’s impact was so significant for the Chiefs that I’m kinda surprised he’s only ranked 100th. He probably didn’t touch the ball enough to rank higher.
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