The Jacksonville Jaguars are among a handful of NFL teams to not have any players included on this year’s Top 100 list.
Calais Campbell made the list, but he’s been traded to the Baltimore Ravens.
No #Jaguars will appear on the NFL’s top-100 list, per the NFL’s Reddit page. The argument could be made for about two players imo, but what can you do ?— Jay (@SportsGrind_Don) July 26, 2020
Looks like Cincy also won’t have a player listed, too, and it could be others I’m missing.https://t.co/t9FItd1aiE
Of course that begs the question... who were the biggest snubs this year?
DE Josh Allen
Around the league, Allen was thought to be better than the Pro Bowl alternate he ended up as. And for good reason! Among the top 15 players in sacks last season, Allen was the only one to start fewer than 14 games. In fact, he only started four, thanks to Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue getting the nod nearly every week. Despite playing just around 60 percent of defensive snaps, he was 14th in sacks, 13th in quarterback hits, and forced two fumbles.
Should he be high up on the list? No. But he’s in the conversation for top-10 most productive edge rushers last season.
WR D.J. Chark
Chark was one of the biggest surprises for the Jaguars offense this season. After being selected in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft, he went through a tremendous struggle. While he was one of the team’s best special teams players, Chark only accounted for 14 receptions for 174 yards on the year.
Last year, however, Chark saw his production increase significantly. He accounted for 73 catches for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns. Like Allen, he’s not going to be high on the list... but he should be there.
What do you think? Any players I missed that should be there? Let us know in the comments below!