The NFL Network begins its annual Top 100 Players ranking tonight, and according to The Athletic's Patricia Traina, a Giants player will be announced.
But Giants DT Damon "Snacks" Harrison says it better not be him. In last year's rankings, Harrison was labeled the 96th-best player in the NFL, and he didn't think that was high enough.
So, he warned NFL Network not to make the same mistake again.
Better not be me. I've had enough and they should be well rested from 6 years of sleeping on me. 😂 nah it's all blessings though https://t.co/pSQB5B4Srx- Damon Harrison Sr. (@snacks) April 30, 2018
Last season, Harrison was Pro Football Focus' best run defender after hitting 40 run stops for the third time in his career.
"There is no greater run-stuffing force in the NFL than Damon Harrison, the Giants defensive tackle," PFF wrote. "Harrison won PFF's best run defender award again this season, and has made run stops and run-stop percentage a statistic owned by him alone. Harrison again topped 40 run stops this season, third time in his career, or two more times than the rest of the league's interior defenders have managed since 2006."
Despite his production, Harrison didn't make the Pro Bowl, which he was vocal about on social media as well.
Other than Harrison, CB Janoris Jenkins (54), S Landon Collins (28), and WR Odell Beckham Jr. (8) were part of NFL Network's Top 100 players in 2017.