Three Green Bay Packers make PFF Top 101 players list

GREEN BAY, WI - JANUARY 8: Kenny Clark
GREEN BAY, WI - JANUARY 8: Kenny Clark /

Three Green Bay Packers have made Pro Football Focus’ Top 101 players from 2017 list.

Pro Football Focus has so far announced the players ranked from No. 101 to No. 26. Three Green Bay Packers have made the cut: David Bakhtiari, Kenny Clark and Mike Daniels.

Bakhtiari has the highest ranking of the three at No. 30. He was also given the best pass-blocking grade among offensive tackles in the NFL.

Despite missing four games through injury, Bakhtiari has continued to prove why he’s one of the top tackles in all of football.

One of the bright spots in an otherwise disappointing season on defense was the defensive line. Kenny Clark and Mike Daniels are big reasons why, and they both made the Top 101 rankings.

Clark entered the list at No. 69. Daniels is ranked lower at No. 89.

Clark began to flash his potential towards the end of his rookie season, particularly in the playoffs. It had been an otherwise quiet debut year for the UCLA product. He carried the momentum from the 2016 postseason run into the 2017 season, becoming one of the team’s best defensive players.

Daniels has long been a force in Green Bay’s defense. He is a strong, powerful player and was rewarded with his first trip to the Pro Bowl this season.

Pro Football Focus has yet to reveal the top 25 players on this list. Will any Packers make it?

Only one name stands out: Davante Adams. Like Daniels, Adams was a Pro Bowler this year.

In 14 games, Adams caught 74 passes for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns. But you have to look beyond the numbers to appreciate how good he was this year.

While every other receiver on the team struggled to find any kind of consistency with Brett Hundley replacing an injured Aaron Rodgers, Adams stepped up. He continued to produce despite Hundley’s struggles as the starter.

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He is the clear No. 1 receiver in Green Bay’s offense, and could well make it into the top-25.