Remember when Fox photoshopped Sam Bradford's head onto Teddy Bridgewater's body? It happened again, only this time with Pro Bowl safety Harrison Smith.
Smith was voted by his peers No. 74 on NFL Network's Top 100 Players of 2017. But on the NFL mobile app, Smith's highlight video is paired with a picture of San Diego Chargers quarterback, Philip Rivers.
In fairness, this looks like an honest mistake – Rivers is No. 73 in the top 100 – whereas Fox blatantly pasted Bradford's head onto Bridgewater's body. Twice.
Either way, much respect to Smith for making the top 100 a second year in a row.
"He's one of the best players I've ever been around," Vikings defensive back Captain Munnerlyn says in the NFL Network video. "He's got a very high IQ of the game, he understands coverages, he understands schemes and he's a great tackler."
Smith is the second Viking in the top 100 this year, joining defensive end Everson Griffen (No. 92). Adrian Peterson, now with the Saints, was voted in at No. 98.