Andrew Whitworth

For third straight year, Ravens don't fare well in 'NFL Top 100' voting

For third straight year, Ravens don't fare well in 'NFL Top 100' voting

For the third straight year, the Ravens were one of the AFC North’s big losers in what is the sport’s most scrutinized popularity contest.

Only linebacker C.J. Mosley, at No. 98, made the 2018 “NFL Top 100,” a list of the league’s top players voted on by the players themselves. Last season, guard Marshal Yanda was the Ravens’ lone representative. Same goes for 2016. Put another way, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has had almost as many No. 1 rankings (two) as there are total Ravens appearances over the past three seasons (three).

Here’s a year-by-year breakdown of how the Ravens’ divisional rivals have...

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