The NFL has been rolling out their annual “Top 100” players and the Las Vegas Raiders have landed two players on that list.
TE Darren Waller had a stellar season that included five 100 yard games. Waller was voted No. 99 on that list. Per the Raiders press release the list includes RB Josh Jacobs at No. 72.
No. 72 on #NFLTop100, Jacobs ranks among NFL history's elite as a 21-year-old.
Top-5 seasons by a RB 21-or-younger in their first 13 games:
1. Elliott, Cowboys 1,392
2. James, Colts 1,311
3. Sanders, Lions 1,208
4. @iAM_JoshJacobs, Raiders 1,150
5. Barkley, Giants 1,124
— Evert Geerlings (@E_Geerlings) July 27, 2020
In his first season as the Raiders’ starting tight end, Waller became Derek Carr’s go-to target, totaling 90 receptions, 1,145 receiving yards, three touchdowns, and started all 16 games. Waller’s impact on the field can’t be denied and because of his contributions he’s earned his way into the NFL’s Top 100 Players list.
Sunday night, it was announced on NFL Network that Waller was voted the No. 99 overall player in the league after a stellar breakout campaign in 2019. Waller has established himself as one of the top tight ends in the league in no time and he’s only getting started. The Carr-Waller connection should get even better in 2020.
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