Ranking all 106 players in Super Bowl LII

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The Super Bowl LII matchup is set. Now it's time to assess how the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles measure up against each other.

With the use of Pro Football Focus' play-by-play grading over the 2017 season, as well as a look back into the PFF grading archives, we ranked the rosters of both teams from top to bottom -- all 106 players -- and combined them, focusing heavily on each player's performance over the 2017 season.

No. 1 on the list, yet again, is a quarterback with five Super Bowl rings:

1. Tom Brady, QB

PFF grade: 94.9 | Position rank: 1

Brady remains the best quarterback in the game despite being 40 years old. He again finished as the top-ranked QB in PFF and has the league's highest passer rating when under pressure.

2. Rob Gronkowski, TE