Summary of “Ranking the 25 Best NFL Players Who Have Been in the League Since 2008”

The average pro football career spans roughly three seasons, and even some of the league’s most talented players can flame out quickly.
Here are the top 25 players who have played in the NFL since at least 2008.
The next step for his career would be getting that elusive ring, and while the world-beating offense of 2016 isn’t coming back, Atlanta has still put Ryan in an excellent spot to be successful: Entering the 2018 season, they may have the best receiving corps in the league.
He made the Pro Bowl in each of the past five seasons, and, now on the Rams, is part of what may be the best on-paper defense in the league.
In 2018: A decade later, Smith isn’t just still in the NFL, he’s coming off the best season of his career.
In 2018: Whitworth had one of the best seasons of his career in 2017, earning All-Pro honors and solidifying the Rams offensive line, which helped quarterback Jared Goff make a sophomore jump.
He’s one of the best tackles in game, but now his health is in question: Peters tore his ACL and MCL seven games into the 2017 season, though he was participating in 11-on-11 drills in training camp.
Marshawn Lynch, RB, Raiders In 2008: Does anyone outside of Erie County, New York, remember the time when Marshawn Lynch played for the Bills? Well, he actually made the Pro Bowl in 2008 season with the team, rushing for more than 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns.

The orginal article.