13. Phillip Rivers, QB, (Underrated)
If the NFL ever offered an annual “Rodney Dangerfield ‘I don’t get no respect’ award,” quarterback Phillip Rivers should almost always be one of the nominees. Despite finishing with the second-most passing yards in the league in 2017, and despite throwing for more than 4,200 yards in eight of the past nine seasons, Rivers often gets neglected in the conversation of top five quarterbacks in the NFL.
Rivers has thrown for 28 or more touchdown passes in each of the last five seasons, which is something even Tom Brady hasn’t accomplished. Yet, Rivers has never been named to the NFL’s All-Pro team a single time.