I will start a countdown of the NFL's Top 100 Greatest Players according to The Sporting News. Each week, I will put up 10 players at a time until I reach the Top 10, then I will post those players once a week. 100-91 100. Charlie Joiner - "I know where he will be. I know what he will do. I know if I get the ball to him, he will catch it. What more can you say?" Dan Fouts, 1983, The Sporting News 99. Lou Groza - "Anywhere from 40 or 50 yards, he was a weapon. For a straight-on kicker, he was very accurate. He had a strong leg." Longtime Groza holder Tommy James, 1999 98. George Blanda - "Blanda had a God-given killer instinct to make it happen when everything was on the line. I really believe that George Blanda is the greatest clutch player I have ever seen in the history of pro football." Al Davis, 1987, The Sporting News 97. Lem Barney - "Barney has the same thing Night Train had. If a man gets a step on him, he has the quickness to get over to cover before the ball gets there." former Lions coach Joe Schmidt, 1967, The Sporting News 96. Joe Namath - "He can really wing that ball in there. He has strength and accuracy and you'd better get to him or he will run you out of the park. He already is in a class by himself." former Bengals coach Paul Brown 95. Troy Aikman - "You can find faults in other people, but when you look at Troy, he has none. You see how a quarterback is supposed to play. He is quick with his step, he throws with perfect form, he makes the difficult passes look easy, he makes great decisions." Sonny Jurgensen, 1996, The Sporting News 94. Fred Biletnikoff - "He was a deceptive receiver. Everybody said he was slow, but he always seemed to get behind people. He was very fluid. He used that stickum on his hands and stuck his way into the Hall of Fame." Lem Barney, 1999 93. Mike Haynes - "Mike Haynes is a special player. He just has ability other players don't have." Former Patriots coach Chuck Fairbanks, 1977, The Sporting News 92. Dan Fouts - "Fouts is so tough, so very tough. And I think he imparts that toughness to the rest of the team. They see he'll do anything to win and they go out there and play the same way." Former Chargers offensive coordinator Joe Gibbs, 1980, The Sporting News 91. Art Monk - "You look at the best teams in the league and they all have receivers like Art. He is so dangerous at all times. He breaks into the seam, gets one step on his man and watch out." Former Redskins coach Jack Pardee, 1980 Discuss.