The Top 100 Players of 2011 produced by the NFL Network provided fans an escape from the harsh reality that the NFL season may not start on time.
It will allow fans to rack their brains and debate about anything and everything about the list until the players and owners figure out a way to settle their dispute.
The list, which was capped off Sunday night by unveiling the top 10 players, was voted on by players and took into consideration who would be the best player in 2011, and not who had the best career.
A classic example of this can be seen with Tony Gonzalez and Antonio Gates.
By the end of the 2011 season, Gonzalez will likely have the second most receptions in NFL history. But at 34, Gonzalez may be on the decline while Gates, who is 30, may have more to offer next season.
The list I am presenting talks about errors and omissions I see with the NFL Network countdown.
The higher the ranking, the more egregious the mistake.