NFL top-100: Bills QB Josh Allen named league’s 10th-best player

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Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen made a ridiculous jump in the NFL’s ranking of the top-100 players in the league heading into next season.

A year ago, Allen was voted as the 87th best player in the same list which is voted on by players around the NFL. Heading into 2021, Allen’s now up to No. 10 overall:

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Allen’s ranking was announced on Saturday with the rest of the top-10 players. In that, three quarterbacks finished ahead of Allen.

Those were:

  • 7. Tom Brady

  • 3. Aaron Rodgers

  • 1. Patrick Mahomes

Allen was the fourth and final member of the Bills to be voted into the NFL’s top-100 players this offseason. The others also came in back-to-back fashion.

First, cornerback Tre’Davious White and wide receiver Cole Beasley landed at No. 95 and 96, respectively. Allen finishing at 10 comes just after wide receiver Stefon Diggs was named the 11th-best player in the league last weekend.

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