Three of the NFL’s best at double-glass windows

New research from the NFLPA and the NFL has found that the top three players in the league are all double-glazed.

While it’s rare for the NFL to reveal the full statistics of each player, this is the first time we’ve seen three players share the top spot.

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(Getty Images)The following are the top five players in terms of double-screen double-lenses.1.

Marshawn Lynch (Seattle Seahawks)The Seahawks’ No. 1-ranked cornerback is one of the most durable players in football.

He won a Super Bowl with Seattle, a Superbowl MVP, a league MVP and a Superstar of the Year award.

Lynch is also one of only five players to have won a first-team All-Pro honor.

He has been the centerpiece of Seattle’s defense since he arrived in 2013.

Lynch is one the most physical cornerbacks in the game.

He is capable of breaking down any coverage, tackling a receiver and covering tight ends.

He has had more than 1,500 tackles and 4,000 pass breakups in his career.

He is also among the best in the world at breaking up passes, having intercepted 13 passes this season.

Lynch has been named NFC Defensive Player of the Week twice, in 2016 and 2017.

Lyncy is also a physical presence on the field.

He’s been one of Seattle and NFL history’s most consistent tacklers.

Lyncher has been sacked only 16 times, with six of those coming against the Broncos in Week 17.

He also has seven interceptions.2.

J.J. Watt (Houston Texans) Watt is one who has been very good for the Texans since arriving in Houston.

Watt was named the league’s Offensive Player of Year and Defensive Player for the second time in his rookie season.

Watt is an elite athlete with an outstanding work ethic.

He leads the NFL in rushing yards per game and has averaged nearly 5.7 yards per carry since he entered the league.

He leads the league in total touchdowns and carries per game.

Watt has been a major reason Houston is one win away from a playoff spot.3.

Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) Rodgers has been in a playoff race with the Packers since his rookie year.

He led the league with 3,064 yards and 19 touchdowns in 2015, and he also won a league-record six Super Bowl rings with the Green Bay Packers.

Rodgers is one-half of the best duos in football and has a reputation as one of NFL’s toughest quarterbacks.

He had 4,821 yards and 26 touchdowns last season.4.

DeMarco Murray (Tennessee Titans) Murray was one of three players to win the Offensive Player Of The Year award for the Titans in 2016.

Murray is one part of one of college football’s most dominant running back duos, along with Derrick Henry and LeSean McCoy.

Murray leads the NCAA in rushing touchdowns and yards per play, and his 724 rushing yards last season were the most by a quarterback in school history.

He’s also one the best running backs in the nation at winning the elusive rating, which measures how difficult it is for defenders to match up against the runner.

He finished second in the country with an astounding 9.76 yards per attempt.5.

Cam Newton (New England Patriots) Newton is one half of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.

He was the NFL MVP in 2015 and has led the Panthers to a second straight division title in 2016, where they will face the Carolina Panthers in the NFC Championship Game.

Newton is among the league leaders in completion percentage (69.7 percent), yards per completion (6.2), touchdowns (14), yards rushing (1,735) and interceptions (four).

He also is one passaway shy of becoming the first quarterback in NFL playoff history to throw for at least 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons.