That are not named Devin Hester...
10. Patrick Willis, LB, San Francisco
According to experts, the 49ers had a good draft in 2007 and claimed that they would compete for the playoffs.
They were wrong about the 49ers, but right about Willis.
He has 20 more tackles than anyone else in the NFL this season (142).
9. Terrell Owens, WR, Dallas
He should be higher, but I still think teams can get inside his head, like Philly did yesterday.
8. Brett Favre, QB, Green Bay
Yes, he's back on the list! One of the greatest of all time is still relevant and may even find his way back to the Super Bowl.
A huge weapon in the Charger arsenal. This used to be where Tony Gonzalez was, but Gates is hands-down the league's best pass-catching TE at present.
6. DeMeco Ryans, LB, Houston
Not many people get to see this kid play, and it's a shame. He is spectacular.
He'll probably end up on the Patriots some day, so you'll get your chance to see him then...
5. Randy Moss, WR, New England
The best receiver in football. Moss has made the Patriots the most dynamic team of this generation. I don't think I've ever seen a guy beat triple-coverage as regularly as Moss does...
4. Bryan Westbrook, RB, Philadelphia
If I were starting a team, he'd be my running back. This guy can do everything: run, catch, sell hot dogs, you name it...
Put it this way—when he goes off, the Eagles win.
3. Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis
His Colts just won their 12th game for the fifth consecutive season. Do you think he may have had just a little something to do with that?
2. LaDanian Tomlinson, RB, San Diego
When its all over, he'll go down as one the game's greatest. His passion combined with his talent is a rarity. Enjoy watching him while you still can.
He can throw like Elway and Marino and sees the field like Montana and Unitas.
And that's just the start.
His three Super Bowl rings may be getting some company very soon.