Ratliff and Romo make The Top 100 Players of 2011

The NFL continued their series of The Top 100 Players of  2011, as voted by the players themselves. Tonight 80-71 were revealed.

The first Dallas Cowboy has made the list, and its Jay Ratliff landing the #75 spot.Tom Coughlin narrated the Ratliff piece and gave some high praises. Good stuff!

There was another Cowboy making tonight’s list and it was Tony Romo landing the #72 spot. That’s not too bad considering he missed most of the season due to a broken collarbone. Here’s tonights list:

#80 Jared Allen, DE, Vikings
#79 D’Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Jets
#78 Dallas Clark, TE, Colts
#77 Chris Snee, OG, Giants
#76 Santonio Holmes, WR, Steelers
#75 Jay Ratliff, NT, Cowboys
#74 Greg Jennings, WR, Packers
#73 Trent Cole, DE, Eagles
#72 Tony Romo, QB, Cowboys
#71 Mario Williams, DE, Texans

It’ll be interesting to see where Jason Witten, DeMarcus Ware, or Miles Austin end up. Will we see any offensive lineman on the list?

Stay tuned!

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  • Just came across this blantant copying of our material here: http://thelandryhat.com/2011/05/18/two-dallas-cowboys-make-the-nfls-top-100-of-2011/comment-page-1/#comment-22083

    WOW, straight up copying of our material.

  • jdramirez

    Hey, I’m the senior writer for TLH. It wasn’t 100% the same… but it was the same. Sorry about that. We have a few new guys learning the ropes and I think we can use this a good learning moment.

    I’ll make you a deal, feel free to copy one of the article I write… though it may be a few weeks before anything newsworthy actually occurs. This lockout is miserable. If I was to write about legal ongoings, I’d rather write about the cases heard by the Supreme Court. But I digress.

    Nice job on the post and I’ll promise that we will keep our “sampling” to a minimum.

  • Hey Joe, thanks to everyone over there recognizing that. All is good now. I hear ya on the lockout, hopefully June 3rd will get this moving either way.