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Creed Humphrey has become one of the most dominant linemen in the NFL since joining the Kansas City Chiefs in 2021 but was inexplicably left off the ‘NFL Top 100’ list ahead of the 2023 season.

The annual television program releases a ranking of the top 100 players in the league as voted on by their peers, and despite landing three Chiefs in the top 10, it seems that Kansas City was left wanting.

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The team took its angst to Twitter on Tuesday, posting a picture of the decorated center, who looked about as disgruntled as Chiefs fans were when Humphrey was left off of the prestigious rankings.

Humphrey was a second-team All-Pro selection and a Pro Bowler in 2022 while helping Kansas City secure its second Super Bowl championship of the Patrick Mahomes era. He was Pro Football Focus’ highest-graded player at his position last season and has the tape to back up his claim to top-100 status, whether his peers agree or not.