The NFL Network's top 100 list is coming to a close, and the Cardinals don't figure to have anyone in the top 10. But they did have a couple players land in the top 20 Monday night.
Patrick Peterson went 6-for-6 in his career on the list, landing at 19th overall -- right around where he has been the past couple of seasons. His ranks, going backwards in time, previously were No. 18, No. 19, No. 22, No. 33 and No. 55. During the season, Peterson had three interceptions, also went 6-for-6 in Pro Bowls during his career, and was again considered one of the best (if not the best) "traveling" cover guys in the league -- in other words, a cornerback who follows around the opposition's top receiver.
Then there was David Johnson, who in his second year, debuted on the top 100 list at No. 12. Like Peterson, a high ranking was a no-brainer for Johnson. Here's a guy who likely would have been in the MVP talk if the Cardinals hadn't slumped record-wise, and who would have been the first NFL player to have 100 scrimmage yards in every game of a season had he not suffered his scary (but ultimately, not devastating) knee injury early in the season finale. Johnson had 1,279 rushing yards, 80 catches for 879 yards and 20 total touchdowns. He led the NFL with 2,118 yards from scrimmage.