Jared Allen comes in at No. 13 on NFL Network's 'Top 100 of 2012'

NFL Network's countdown of the top 100 players of 2012, as voted on by the players, listed Vikings defensive end Jared Allen as the 13th best player of last season. Adrian Peterson has yet to make the list, so he's either in the top 10 or completely off the list. He was No. 3 last year.
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NFL Network's countdown of the top 100 players of 2012, as voted on by the players, listed Vikings defensive end Jared Allen as the 13th best player of last season. Adrian Peterson has yet to make the list, so he's either in the top 10 or completely off the list. He was No. 3 last year.

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