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Top 100 Players Of 2013: Biggest Bengals Snub?

It's safe to say that A.J. Green is the second and last Bengals player to be named to NFL Network's Top 100 Players of 2013. Which Bengals player do you think was the biggest snub?

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Geno Atkins somehow came in at No. 36 and A.J. Green jumped up to No. 16 in the NFL Network's Top 100 Players of 2013. Since we're now in the top-10, which will be filled with players like Tom Brady and other future Hall of Famers, it's safe to say that Atkins and Green are the only two Bengals that will make the list. Since there are other players that deserve a spot in the top-100, which Bengals player do you think was the biggest snub?

Andrew Whitworth:

Whitworth has been one of the league's best left tackles, especially as a pass protector, for the last few years. He has been a Pro Bowl snub until 2012 and did a pretty solid job protecting both Carson Palmer and Andy Dalton's blind sides. He's also a great locker room guy.

Michael Johnson:

Johnson didn't do a ton in his first three seasons with the Bengals, but in 2012 he finished with 11.5 sacks and was one of the best pass rushing defensive ends. The Bengals used the franchise tag to keep him in Cincinnati in 2013, but there's a decent chance that he'll be moving on after this season.

Leon Hall:

Hall is the teams best cornerback and consistently sticks with some of the league's best wide receivers. He makes big plays when he needs to and can often take a quarterback's top target away. He's fairly quiet and isn't as big of a household name as guys like Darrelle Revis, but any team would welcome him with open arms.