We do have some Demaryius Thomas news for you this morning, but it's not the kind we are all hoping for.
NFL Network continued it's annual Top 100 players list last night, and Peyton Manning's favorite target made the list. This makes the fourth Denver Broncos player to make this list joining DeMarcus Ware, Emmanuel Sanders, and Von Miller.
NUMBER 20: 6th-ranked WR on #NFLTop100 @Broncos WR @DemaryiusT! pic.twitter.com/y6XqkVcfkq— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) July 2, 2015
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is coming off a very productive 2014 season. He totaled a career-high 111 receptions for a career-high 1,619 yard's, and 11 touchdowns. This is the third consecutive season where Thomas totaled 100+ catches, 1,400 yards receiving, and 10+ touchdowns.
Thomas's 2014 season put him firmly in the best receiver in the league discussion. However, a handful of experts from NFL.com do not believe he's the best receiver in the NFL.
When asked to name the best receiver in the NFL a few answered Dez Bryant, a couple named Calvin Johnson, and Antonio Brown was even mention. All three are very worthy of this status, but why not mention of Thomas?
It seems like some knock Thomas because an all-time great in Peyton Manning is throwing him the ball. The only way Thomas will truely enter this discussion is if he produces post-Manning. It seems like they have forgotten how Thomas played with Tim Tebow during the second half of that magical season.
So now I'm asking you MHR, who do you think is the best wide receiver in the NFL right now??
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NFL coach power rankings | NFL.com
Who is your front man of choice? Eddie Vedder? David Lee Roth? Gordon Lightfoot?
OK, many of you probably haven't heard of that last guy, but most assuredly you all know the NFL's 32 front men -- that is to say, the 32 head coaches I was tasked with ranking. Speaking of Lightfoot, if you could read my mind, you'd guess No. 1. Probably not No. 3, though. The challenging part: Weighing the stacked rÃ©sumÃ©s of the Tom Coughlins of the world against the promise of successful upstarts like Chip Kelly. And in the late teens/early 20s, the process became increasingly difficult.
We tried to balance "What have you done for me lately?" and career accomplishments. Feel free to share your take here: @HarrisonNFL. For comparison's sake, here is last year's ranking.
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