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The results are in and fans may be surpised by them.
Sports Illustrated asked 180 NFL players to name the most overrated player in the league and two New York Jets take the top 2 spots.
Tim Tebow was named the No. 1 most overrated player with 38 percent of the votes. Mark Sanchez is right behind him at No. 2 getting 8 percent of the votes tying Dallas QB Tony Romo.
It's been a rough year for both Jets quarterbacks. The team is under performing with a record of 3 wins and four losses, placing them third in the AFC East.
"Wow, what are you going to say?" Jets coach Rex Ryan told ESPN. "I don't know how to comment on that. I just know I'm happy they're on my football team -- on our football team. Seems like the Jets always get something, you know?"
Michael Vick was surprisingly placed at No. 4 with 4 percent of the votes. The Philadelphia QB is having a terrible year so far. He's thrown 8 touchdowns, but also has thrown 8 interception. He's also developed a troubling fumble problem. He has a total of four red zone turnovers for the 3-3 Eagles.
"I just have to make good decisions, and I just have to protect the football," Vick told USA Today. "That's been the only thing that's been my problem. Sometimes you get to pressing and make decisions you shouldn't make."
Future Hall of Fame Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is No. 5 on the list. At 37 there's no doubt he's lost a step, but he's still a great player in my opinion.
Obviously other NFL players think Lewis is getting by on his past reputation and not production on the field. This year he has 57 tackles, 1 sack and 1 forced fumble through 7 games.
What do you think of S.I.'s list?