Chiefs on the "NFL Top 100 Players" List

Chiefs on the ''NFL Top 100 Players of 2017'' List

Alex Smith

No. 81  | Alex Smith

No. 81  | Alex Smith

For the second year in a row, Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith was voted as the league's 81st best player.

In 2016, Smith completed 328 of 489 passes for 3,502 yards, 15 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Smith rushed 48 times for 134 yards and five touchdowns on the ground as well.

Justin Houston

No. 76  | Justin Houston

No. 76  | Justin Houston

Houston came in as the league's 76th best player after recording 4.0 sacks and 21 (20 solo) tackles in five games during 2016. Houston's best season to date came in 2014, when he recorded 22.0 sacks.

This is Houston's fifth consecutive year making the "NFL Top 100," which is voted upon solely by the league's players.

Tyreek Hill

No. 36  | Tyreek Hill

No. 36  | Tyreek Hill

In his rookie season, Hill compiled 61 receptions for 593 yards receiving and six touchdowns, 24 rushes for 267 yards and three touchdowns, two punt returns for touchdowns and one kickoff-return touchdown.

Marcus Peters

No. 32  | Marcus Peters

No. 32  | Marcus Peters

Peters came in as the league's 32nd best player after recording six interceptions, 20 passes defensed, one forced fumble and three fumble recoveries. He had 45 tackles (35 solo).

Peters moved up 33 spots in this year's rankings, as he came in at 65th on the 2016 list.

Marcus Peters

No. 26  | Travis Kelce

No. 26  | Travis Kelce

Kelce came in at the league's 26th best player, up 65 spots from last season (No. 91). Kelce had 85 receptions for 1,125 yards and four touchdowns in 2016. It was his first 1,000-yard season in his four-year career.

Eric Berry

No. 13  | Eric Berry

No. 13  | Eric Berry

Berry came in at the league’s 13th best player, up 42 spots from last season (No. 55).

Berry had 77 tackles (62 solo) and four interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns last season. Berry also recorded the NFL’s first ever two-point conversion attempt intercepted and returned for a touchdown in the Chiefs’ 29-28 win over the eventual NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons.

Berry was named a first-team All-Pro for that 2016 campaign.