How about we get down to business and break down the best football players in the NFL?
Here are the top five players in 2018, which comes out to be the best team in the league.
Khalil Mack, Detroit Lions Khalil Mkhitaryan is on a tear right now, and the Detroit Lions have a new leader in the backfield.
Mack is on pace to break Reggie Bush’s record for career rushing yards with 6,636.
J.J. Watt, Houston Texans Watt has a lot to prove, but his impact will only grow in the years ahead.
The Houston Texans star has made huge strides with his passing, gaining 2,914 yards on the ground this season.
Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback has been unstoppable this season, leading the league in touchdown passes with 649.
He has already surpassed his previous career high for completions with 5,957.
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Penguins Roethisberger’s ability to win the big game has never been more apparent.
The Pittsburgh Penguins quarterback has surpassed his career highs for completion percentage (72.7) and yards per attempt (6.0).
Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons Jones has had a huge season, and he has helped his team to a 7-0 record and an NFC South division title.
The Falcons running back has rushed for 1,094 yards and 13 touchdowns on the year.
Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants The New York Jets wide receiver is a legitimate MVP candidate.
He is the NFL’s top receiver with 894 receiving yards.
DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Rockets Hopkins is the face of Houston’s defense.
The Texans star quarterback has thrown for 1.9 touchdowns per game on the season, which ranks second in the AFC.
Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys The Ezekiel Elliott-led Dallas Cowboys have won seven straight games and are tied for the league lead with three games remaining in the regular season.
The Cowboys running back is on the verge of breaking the record for rushing yards in a season with 1,723 yards.
Matt Ryan, Atlanta Hawks The Atlanta Falcons quarterback has won seven consecutive games and is tied for third in the NFC East with seven games remaining.
DeMarco Murray, Tennessee Titans Murray is the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s NFL draft.
He ranks second among all running backs with 1.94 yards per carry and has a career high in rushing touchdowns with eight.
Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings The Minnesota Vikings running back had a career-best season, rushing for 1