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2013 Top 5 Players in the NFL

Feb 07, 2013

It was probably the most exciting season ever in the NFL. What makes the NFL so awesome is definitely the players. To play in the NFL nowadays, you literally need to be a freak of nature, and to be one of the best players, you're Super-Human. So let's take a look at the Top 5 Players in the NFL of the 2013 season.

#5 - Peyton Manning

Peyton ManningPeyton ManningCourtesy of the NFL
 

Peyton Manning played his first season with the Denver Broncos after a long career with the Indianapolis Colts. Last year he was hurt for the entire season and nobody thought he would come back strong. However, Peyton was a star this season. He turned the "Struggling to make the Playoffs"-Broncos into the #1 seeded team in the NFL. Unfortunately, the Broncos defense choked on a Hail Mary pass that pushed the Baltimore Ravens past them. If it weren't for one silly play, Peyton probably would have been this year's Super Bowl MVP.

#4- Jacoby Jones

Jacoby JonesJacoby JonesCourtesy of the NFL
 

Jacoby Jones is the fastest man in the NFL and he showed the World his speed in the Super Bowl, scoring two back to back touchdowns. Jacoby can blow past the opposition with ease, so if the quarterback can throw the ball far enough, Jacoby should have 7 points if the ball can catch him.

#3 - JJ Watt

JJ WattJJ WattCourtesy of the NFL
 

JJ Watt is a rookie Defensive End for the Houston Texans. He's 6'5 and 295 lbs, he's as fast as a train and just as powerful, but hes detached from the rails and can move with the agility of a tiger. Talk about a BEAST, this guy scares other players in the NFL.The Texans had a great season this year, and you can assure that JJ is going to make their defense #1 in the NFL for a long time.

#2 - Adrian Peterson

Adrian PetersonAdrian PetersonCourtesy of the NFL
 

Adrian Pederson aka. "All Day" is the greatest Running Back in the game today. He doesn't play for a very good team (the Minnesota Vikings), however give Adrian the ball and he has fun. He literally drives the pile of players his direction ever play. He's had several games this year where he averages 10 yards a carry. That's like a first down every time you give him the ball... how could you lose???

#1 - Robert Griffin the 3rd

Robert Griffin the 3rdRobert Griffin the 3rdCourtesy of the NFL
 

Robert Griffin the 3rd (RG3) was the most watched player in the NFL this year. RG3 did not let anyone down. As the quarterback for the Washington Redskins, RG3 got to touch the ball every offensive play and he electrified his fans with his speed, agility and brilliance. It's one thing to be big, strong, fast, but it's another to be smart and cool as a cat. RG3 is like a panther on the field.

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Who do you think was the best player of 2013? Let us know in the comments below...

 

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