Looking at some surprising results from the NFL Networks annual top 100 list.[caption id="attachment_21643" align="aligncenter" width="468"] Jeff Gross / Getty Images[/caption] Later this week the NFL Network will unveil the final 10 players of their Top 100 list as voted by the players. We'll find out about the top 10 soon enough. But leading up to this point there have been some shock omissions and additions to the list between numbers 100 and 10. Here's four things the top 100 list got wrong. No Jimmy Graham! Jimmy Graham was nowhere to be found on the list despite finishing in the top five in nearly every receiving statistic among tight ends in 2012. He finished with nine touchdowns, the second most behind Gronkowski (who ranked 25th in the top 100) and racked up 982 yards in the season, the second most by any TE behind Jason Witten (ranked 41st). The fact that Graham was not even on this list and other tight ends such as Aaron Hernandez and Antonio Gates is a sham. Hernandez finished with less than half the yards and touchdowns as Graham in an injury-plagued season. Antonio Gates hasn't been a top 10 tight end since... when? 2005? Look to Graham to have a stellar season with Sean Payton back in 2013. My Rank: At least in the top 50. Rookie QB Russell Wilson Deserves Better Before the NFL awards were handed out earlier this year many fans and NFL "experts" all had different arguments on who would be the Offensive Rookie of the Year. Cases could be made for all three of the rookie studs (Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck and RG3). Robert Griffin III eventually won Rookie of the Year but when the NFL top 100 ranked Wilson at 51, Luck at 23 and RG3 at 15 many people including yours truly was shocked. Let me state this right here: I love all of these players. They are marvelous talents and exciting to watch, but to have such a gap between the three of them is ridiculous. All three had achieved something great in 2012. Wilson tied Peyton Manning’s rookie touchdown record, Luck took a two-win team to the playoffs and RG3 only threw five interceptions. To have a 35-player gap from RG3 to Russell Wilson is crazy. My Rank: Equal 30th. Richard Sherman Was Robbed (Charles Tillman too) Yes. I have a feeling that all the trash talk that Richard Sherman dished out in 2012 -- while surprisingly refreshing -- has hurt him in his rankings by his peers. Sherman had a phenomenal year. He registered 64 tackles, one sack, three forced fumbles, eight interceptions with one returned for a TD and 32 pass deflections. There is only one CB that had a just as impressive 2012, Charles Tillman. Tillman (ranked 34th) was placed 17 spots higher than Sherman (ranked 51st). While Sherman intercepted more passes (eight compared to Tillman's three), defended more passes (32 to19) and had a better opposing passer rating (41.1 to 77.0), Tillman allowed 53 less yards (581 to 634) and had the 4th best tackling efficiency among cornerbacks last season (Sherman was 26th). Tillman also forced a league-leading 10 fumbles while Sherman forced three. No other player in the NFL had more than seven. Despite the magnificent play by both they were still ranked behind Patrick Peterson (seven INTS, 23 pass deflections, 56.8 opposing passer rating and one fumble recovery) who finished 33rd. While Peterson deserves to be on this list and had a stellar season, Tillman and Sherman should be fighting out that top CB spot. And it should be Sherman who wins out as he was the best shutdown corner in 2012. My Ranks: Sherman 33, Tillman 34 and Peterson 51. No Love for the O-Line There were only six offensive linemen in the NFL top 100 list in 2013. The highest ranked being Joe Thomas at 28. When you have Adrian Peterson rush for over 2000 yards you would expect some love for the offensive lineman who blocked up front. But nope, not one Vikings offensive lineman made the list. Phil Loadholt deserves some credit for the running back's work in 2012. Similarly offensive linemen in the New York Giants, New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots deserve some credit for the amount of time in the pocket their QBs have. Eli Manning was sacked only 20 times, Drew Brees 26 times and Tom Brady 27 times. My Rank: Phil Loadholt 95th and Sebastian Vollmer in the 97th spot. - Some other notes: Drew Brees (11th) deserved to be in top 10 with the season he had without Sean Payton. Tony Romo got no love at all, not ranked at all in the top 100 and consequently not ranked in the top 14 QBs in the league. Huge call considering the deal he just signed. Chris Johnson (62nd) ahead of Alfred Morris (64th) is puzzling. Good to see Reggie Wayne (21st) back in the top 100 after a very average previous year. Percy Harvin (90th) needs to stay healthy to crack the top 50, he was an MVP candidate after the first six weeks. Dwight Freeney (80th) ranked nine spots higher than the previous year despite playing worse in 2012. Jason Pierre Paul (55th) dropped 26 spots and deservedly so. Safety Earl Thomas should wear jersey number 66 after ranking that number two years in a row, his counterpart Kam Chancellor was unlucky to miss out. Good to see Cameron Wake (89th) and Darryl Washington (94th) getting some love finally. Top 10 Final Prediction Adrian Peterson, Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning, J.J. Watt, Calvin Johnson, Tom Brady, Von Miller, Patrick Willis, Arian Foster and Aldon Smith. Let’s see how close I go. - What do you think, did the NFL players get any other rankings completely wrong?