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In a poll on SB Nation’s Battle Red Blog, 79% of respondents (as of Tuesday) believed the Texans should bench Brock Osweiler.

(SI.com’s Greg Bedard expressed the same thought in his Week 12 wrapup column.) To which I would counter: If the Texans had any faith that Tom Savage or Brandon Weeden could get it done this year, Osweiler would not have the money to be able to watch game film from a golden throne while sipping 50-year-old single malt scotch and eating unicorn steaks.

is proud to offer our list of the Top 100 NBA players of 2016, an exhaustive exercise that seeks to define who will be the league's best players in the 2015-16 season.

Given the wide variety of candidates involved and the deep analytical resources available, no single, definitive criterion was used to form this list.

Salary was not taken into consideration, even in those instances below where a contract is mentioned.

Otherwise, players were ordered based on their complete games—offense and defense both, along with everything in between.

Cincinnati’s offense actually ranks in the top 10 in yardage this season but just 27th in points.

That drop-off speaks both to issues in the red zone and turnovers.

Past performance (postseason included) weighed heavily in our assessment, with a skew toward the recent.

First-year players—including delayed rookies like Sixers center Joel Embiid—were not included for that reason, among others.

A predictive quality also came into play with the anticipated improvement of certain younger players, as well as the possible decline of aging veterans.

Naturally, rounding out the top 100 included some tough calls.

The list of notable omissions is dotted with players both well regarded and largely deserving, though lines ultimately had to be drawn somewhere—in many cases based on extremely minor differences.

Past performance (postseason included) weighed heavily in our assessment, with a skew toward the recent.

First-year players—including delayed rookies like Sixers center Joel Embiid—were not included for that reason, among others.

A predictive quality also came into play with the anticipated improvement of certain younger players, as well as the possible decline of aging veterans.

Naturally, rounding out the top 100 included some tough calls.

The list of notable omissions is dotted with players both well regarded and largely deserving, though lines ultimately had to be drawn somewhere—in many cases based on extremely minor differences.

The Titans were seven yards away from pouring gasoline on their season and lighting a match, only to keep Chicago—with the help of a butter-fingered receiving corps—out of the end zone.