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NFL’s Top 25 Players For The 2024-25 Season

The 2024 NFL season was another one for the books. The league remains in good standings because of the star power across all positions.

It is now the offseason and teams are preparing to hit camp in just over a month. As we look back on the 2023-24 season, here are the Top 25 players.

Top 25 NFL Players Of 2024

  1. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs: Another Super Bowl for Mahomes and the Chiefs. The best quarterback in football will remain at the top of the list until further notice.
  2. Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns: Garrett won his first Defensive Player of the Year award after 14 sacks last season. He is a game-wrecker that will be a staple in Cleveland for years to come.
  3. Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins: Hill continues to put up video-game numbers in Miami. He logged another year with 1,700+ yards and added 13 touchdowns. Hill’s speed is second to none, averaging 15.1 yards per catch last season.
  4. Trent Williams, San Francisco 49ers: Age is just a number for Williams. The 36-year-old remains the best tackle in football, excelling in both pass pro and run blocking.
  5. Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings: Jefferson missed time last season with injuries or else he would have been higher on the list. The best receiver in the sport received a massive contract this offseason and could be ready to show the Vikings he is worth every penny.
  6. T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers: Watt led the NFL with 19 sacks last season. He flirted with the single-season record, which is something he will still eye moving forward.
  7. Christian McCaffrey, San Francisco 49ers: McCaffrey has been healthy in recent years and last season, put together an insane year where he led the league in rushing (1,459 yards) and 21 total touchdowns.
  8. Nick Bosa, San Francisco 49ers: Bosa saw a slight decline in sacks last season but still finished with double-digits at 10.5.
  9. Micah Parsons, Dallas Cowboys: Parsons is one of the games best pass rushers and does it standing up. He use his speed well, either off the edge or up the middle, to get to the quarterback and this led to 14 sacks last season.
  10. Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills: Allen was at the top of the league in total yards and with 44 touchdowns a season ago. He could be higher on this list but his turnover numbers continue to be a problem. Regardless, there is no doubt that Allen is a top five quarterback in the league right now.
  11. Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens: Jackson has yet to win a big game in the postseason but his second MVP award at 27 years old is very telling. The best dual-threat in the league, Jackson thrived under Todd Monken last season and the same is expected in 2024-25.
  12. Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs: Jones is the leader of a defense that played a major role in the Chiefs repeating as Super Bowl champs. He can change games individually and might still be a bit underrated, even as the best defensive tackle in football.
  13. Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals: Chase saw his numbers take a slight hit once Joe Burrow got hurt but he still managed 100 catches last season. That is a scary thought to think what he can do this year.
  14. Maxx Crosby, Las Vegas Raiders: Crosby is the fastest-rising star in the league. He totaled 14.5 sacks last season and was near the top of the league in pressures.
  15. Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals: There was once a debate on whether Burrow was better than Mahomes. That debate might pick back up if he is healthy this year. He played just 10 games last season but is as elite as it gets when healthy.
  16. Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs: Kelce continues to be the best tight end in football because of his ability to catch the ball. We saw this once again during the postseason.
  17. Sauce Gardner, New York Jets: Gardner did not have any let downs going from college to the professional game. His combination of speed and length makes him a true shutdown corner.
  18. CeeDee Lamb, Dallas Cowboys: Lamb led the NFL with 135 catches last season. He is unguardable at any level of the field and is a true No. 1 receiver in Dallas.
  19. Dexter Lawrence, New York Giants: Lawrence is a big body in the middle of the defensive line who can stop the run and get to the quarterback. He is not a one-trick pony for the Giants and they know how to use him.
  20. Penei Sewell, Detroit Lions: Sewell has turned into one of the best tables in football in time to get a new contract. The perfect blend of size and athleticism, Sewell is the best option to protect Jared Goff for years to come.
  21. Fred Warner, San Francisco 49ers: Warner is an absolute animal on the field and is the league’s best inside linebacker. He has elite peed from sideline to sideline as he leads the San Fran defensive in the middle
  22. Patrick Surtain II, Denver Broncos: Surtain is a legitimate shutdown corner that can take on any team’s No. 1 option.
  23. Josh Allen, Jacksonville Jaguars: Allen earned a major contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars after 17.5 sacks. He took a major step forward in becoming one of the league’ true game changers.
  24. A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles: Both AJ Brown and DeVonta Smith are locked up for the Philadelphia Eagles moving forward. Brown is a true No. 1 receiver that an offense can hitch their passing attack to.
  25. Tristan Wirfs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Wirfs moved from right tackle to left tackle last season and did it flawlessly. A top-of-the-line tackle is preparing to get a massive contract soon.


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