The Best Player From All 32 NFL Teams…

The best player from all 32 nfl teams...

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There are plenty of different ways to build a championship-contending roster in today’s NFL. But one thing all 32 teams must have is a bona fide, game-changing franchise superstar.

Be it on offense or defense, you need that one player who constantly rises to the occasion when you need it most. So, who stands out the most for each of the 32 NFL clubs?

Let’s dive into every NFL team’s best active player right now.

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Host: Aaron Leger

Editor: Flick

Writer: Alex Hoegler

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