Commanders will see several top 30 Players over 30 in 2023
Pro Football Focus recently ranked the top 30 players who will be over 30 when Week 1 of the NFL season begins.
Instantly there was a Washington factor that was noticed, and secondly, Washington will face several of these players.
Two former Washington Redskins made the list. In fact, the top-ranked player on this list is former Washington offensive tackle Trent Williams. Williams continues to roll, playing at a very high level. He earned a 91.7 overall grade in 2022, continuing his dominance as a run-blocker and allowing just 19 pressures and only one sack across 17 games.
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Coming in at No. 16 of the top 30 players over 30 is former Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins. Cousins did have a career-high 23 turnover-worthy plays but also a career-high 31 big-time plays.
No wonder the Eagles won the NFC East and then the NFC championship in 2022. They placed four on this list. Jason Kelce ranked 10th, Lance Johnson 11th, Brandon Graham 13th and Darius Slay 29th.
Other top 30 players over 30 that Washington will have the opportunity to play in 2023 are: Aaron Donald (2nd) and Cooper Kupp (6th) of the Rams, Von Miller of the Bills (8th), and Aaron Rodgers of the Jets (9th) round out the top ten of this category.
Bobby Wagner (12th) of the Seahawks and Zach Martin (16th) of the Cowboys rank in the next group of ten players.
Finally in the final ten, Washington will face Demarcus Lawrence (21st) Cowboys, Tyler Lockett (23rd) Seahawks, Stephon Gilmore (24th) Cowboys, Calais Campbell (25th) Falcons, Deandre Hopkins (28th) Cardinals, and Terron Armstead (30th) Dolphins.