Three more Ravens voted to the NFL's Top 100 list

NFL Network

is winding down its annual unveiling of the


's top 100 players of 2012 -- as voted by the players themselves -- and three


defenders have been ranked among the league’s top 20 players by their peers.

On Wednesday night, Ravens linebackers

Terrell Suggs


Ray Lewis

and safety

Ed Reed

joined quarterback

Joe Flacco

(No. 74), fullback

Vonta Leach

(No. 45) and running back

Ray Rice

(No. 22) on the Top 100 list.

Lewis, who came in at No. 4 on the 2011 list, ranked 20th this year, which is not too shabby for his age -- 36. Reed, who was No. 5 last year, was No. 16, three spots ahead of



Troy Polamalu

. And Suggs, the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, jumped 29 spots from No. 40 in 2011 to No. 11.

So are any Ravens left? Well, you could make a pretty solid argument that cornerback

Lardarius Webb

and guard

Marshal Yanda

should have cracked this year's list, but they did not.


Pro Bowl

defensive tackle

Haloti Ngata

is still on the board, and he will be the only Ravens player

this year. He will be jockeying for position with quarterbacks like

Tom Brady


Drew Brees


Aaron Rodgers

and players such as cornerback

Darrelle Revis

and wide receiver Calvin Johnson.

Tune into NFL Network next Wednesday at 8 p.m. for the top 10.

What are your thoughts on the rankings? Who got snubbed? Which Ravens were underrated? And were any ranked a little higher than they should have been? Leave your take in the comments section.