The NFL's annual "Top 100 Players" returns tonight at 9 PM ET on NFL Network:
If there are any disagreements, take it up with the players.
For the eighth consecutive year, current NFL players have voted to determine the top 100 players in the NFL. The ballots have been counted for the 2018 edition of the NFL Top 100, and NFL Network will reveal the results beginning tonight with back-to-back episodes at 9 p.m. ET. The Giants have one player in tonight's installment, so tune in to see who it is.
The show airs weekly with 10 players revealed each episode. Additionally, viewers can interact on social media using #NFLTop100.
Last season, four Giants made the list, the most for the team since boasting five players in the wake of winning Super Bowl XLVI. Odell Beckham Jr. ranked eighth, breaking his previous record (No. 10 in 2016) for the highest finish of any Giant.
Regarding the No. 1 spot, Tom Brady dethroned Cam Newton last year to top the list for the second time (2011) since its inception. Other past winners are J.J. Watt (2015), Peyton Manning (2014), Adrian Peterson (2013) and Aaron Rodgers (2012).
Here are past Giants representatives in the "Top 100" over the years:
2017: WR Odell Beckham Jr. (No. 8), S Landon Collins (No. 28), CB Janoris Jenkins (No. 54), DT Damon Harrison (No. 96)
2016: WR Odell Beckham Jr. (No. 10), QB Eli Manning (No. 47)
2015: WR Odell Beckham Jr. (No. 32)
2014: S Antrel Rolle (No. 72)
2013: QB Eli Manning (No. 43), DE Jason Pierre-Paul (No. 55), WR Victor Cruz (No. 58)
2012: DE Jason Pierre-Paul (No. 24), QB Eli Manning (No. 31), WR Victor Cruz (No. 39), DE Justin Tuck (No. 62), WR Hakeem Nicks (No. 90)
2011: DE Justin Tuck (No. 60), S Antrel Rolle (No. 68), G Chris Snee (No. 77)
Giants.com looks at Giants in the "Top 100" over the years.