How the NFL Top 100's Final 10 Players Should Be Ranked

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How the NFL Top 100's Final 10 Players Should Be Ranked
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With the NFL Network's series "NFL Top 100 Players of 2012" coming to a close on Wednesday night, now seemed the perfect time to fill in the final 10 myself.

As the list was voted by the players, there were several surprises. A few include John Kuhn placing over Marshawn Lynch, and Vonta Leach placing 45th overall ahead of Tony Romo, Mike Wallace and Jake Long to name a few.

On the opposite end, several players whom I thought should have been in the top 10 were not ranked that way. In my eyes Eli Manning, Terrell Suggs and Rob Gronkowski are all top 10 players in the NFL.

Through a process of elimination, the final 10 players can be determined and here's how I believe they should be ranked.

Let me know your personal version of the top 10 in the comments section. 

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