Nick Bosa has bragging rights on brother Joey in NFL 100 ranking

Nick Bosa (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
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Nick Bosa has bragging rights over his brother.

The NFL Top 100 list in an annual practice in which the league enrages fans by having players rank the best of the best. Josh Allen showed up at No. 87 this year and Twitter nearly broke.

There is another controversy brewing after Joey Bosa showed up in the No. 34 overall spot. The notable part isn’t just him showing up that high. It is that his brother, Nick Bosa, has not yet showed up and will surely top him.

Nick Bosa carrying on the family name

The younger Bosa not showing up on the list at all would make zero sense and that would truly be controversial. He was a Rookie of the Year in 2019 and also made the Pro Bowl in his debut season. Not making the list at all? That is seemingly not possible.

Joey Bosa is a two-time Pro Bowler himself and was also a Rookie of the Year back in 2016. He has an even 40 career sacks in four seasons and a total of 51 games. A lot of talk surrounding the elder Bosa had to do with money, but he reportedly landed a brand new mega-deal Tuesday night that will keep him with the Los Angeles Chargers well into the upcoming decade.

Nick Bosa is looking to land himself his own monster deal when the time comes and is off to a great start. He appeared in all 16 games for the San Francisco 49ers in 2019 and finished with nine sacks. He added four more in the postseason to help the team reach the Super Bowl.

A rivalry between NFL brothers is made much more fun when both are elite players in the league. They have a friendly competition that should see both land $100 million deals now that Joey has one of his own.

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The NFL Top 100 list is a fun thing to argue about, but both being in the top 34 is more than impressive. It is almost improbable.