Browns: 19. Joe Thomas Thomas started the season slow by his extremely high standards, which is why he is down the list just a bit. But he has rebounded strong and is another player on this list who really doesn't have a weakness to his game. 34. Joe Haden Haden was great as a rookie. In fact, if it weren't for Ndamukong Suh, Haden or Devin McCourty would have won the defensive rookie of the year. While McCourty's play has dropped off significantly, Haden has just gotten better. Ravens - 6. Ngata, 31. Rice, 36. Suggs, 41. Lewis, 44. Reed Steelers - 8. Rapistberger, 15. Harrison, 16. Polamalu, 26. Wallace, 43. Woodley Bengals - 33. Whitworth http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/stor...no-1-scouts-inc-midseason-top-50-rankings-nfl I found it interesting he has Haden ranked 34th and Suh ranked 50th. And some other ESPN people think that Suh is the defensive player of the year halfway through the season.