When you have a regular season like the Ravens did in 2019, one where the team went 14-2, reeled off 12-straight wins to close the year and had a unanimous MVP on the roster, you're bound to perform well in events like the NFL Top 100 ranking.
On a list that only NFL players voted on, you can find four Ravens rounding out the back end of the Top 100: Marlon Humphrey, Earl Thomas, Ronnie Stanley and Calais Campbell. Obviously, Campbell wasn't on the Ravens last season so he mostly serves as a friendly reminder that Baltimore got a top 100 player for a fifth-round pick.
74. Ronnie Stanley
75. Earl Thomas
79. Calais Campbell
86. Marlon Humphrey
Considering both Humphrey and Stanley were both First-Team All-Pro at their positions, you'd think they'd be a little higher on the list. The list hasn't been revealed past No. 71, but as of now, the only corner Humphrey is ranked below is New Orleans' Marshon Lattimore. In Stanley's, case he currently finds himself above fellow left tackles Tyron Smith and Ryan Ramcyzk.
But this isn't a media-voted All-Pro team, it's all up to the players, so it's interesting to get the additional on-field perspective.
As the list continues to be revealed over the coming days, the Ravens figure to have a few more players appear on the Top 100. Matthew Judon, Marcus Peters, Mark Andrews, Mark Ingram and Lamar Jackson all have a good chance, with Jackson seemingly having a shot at No. 1.
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