Which NFL players are the best psychologists in the world?

It’s a question we all have to ask ourselves.

We ask ourselves it when we look at the world of football players, but it’s a hard question to answer.

So we asked NFL players to name the best doctors, psychologists, social workers and therapists in their profession.

We’ve ranked all of the top 30 NFL players and their professional teams.

You can find the list below.

Here’s what you need to know about this year’s list.1.

Josh Norman (Cowboys)The Cowboys defensive lineman is the best in the NFL for his position.

He’s the first player since Dwight Clark in 1950 to lead his team to consecutive seasons of at least 1,000 yards.

He also ranks fifth in NFL history with 15 sacks, tied for eighth with nine forced fumbles, and sixth with 12 forced fucks.

Norman leads the league in sacks (25), tackles for loss (68), sacks (24), forced fumblings (eight) and fumble recoveries (five).2.

Marcus Peters (Patriots)The Patriots defensive lineman leads the NFL in tackles for the season and sacks with a league-leading 19.

He ranks second in the league with 14.5 sacks, fifth with a team-high 10.5 TFLs, and seventh with an NFL-high six forced foms.

He led the league last season with 10.0 sacks.3.

Robert Quinn (Cowards)Quinn is the second player in NFL History to win his first 10 games of a season.

Quinn is the first to win the Super Bowl since Bob Griese in 2001.

Quinn ranks first in NFL sacks (15.0), tackles (57.0) and forced fumings (4.5).

He ranks fourth with 14 sacks.4.

Mike Wallace (Ravens)Wallace is a two-time Pro Bowl selection, the only player to have more than 20 sacks in each of his first four seasons.

He is the only Pro Bowl defensive end to start every game and has two straight seasons of more than 10 sacks.

He leads the Ravens with eight sacks.5.

Chris Clemons (Cowboy)Clemons is the NFL’s leading rusher with 1,636 yards, which is tied for the third-most in NFL franchise history.

Clemons leads the Broncos with 471 yards on the ground, and he ranks fifth with 10 touchdowns.

He has a league high of two fumble recoverings.6.

Justin Houston (Steelers)Houston leads the Steelers with six rushing touchdowns.

His 10 rushing touchdowns are tied for fifth in the entire league.

He finishes with 772 yards on kick returns, third in the team history behind Brett Favre (1,863) and Jim Brown (1 to 547).7.

Aaron Donald (Chargers)Donald leads the Chargers in tackles with 14 and is second in sacks with 16.

He tied for third in forced fumble recoveries with five.8.

Derrick Henry (Raven)Henry leads the Baltimore Ravens in sacks and tackles with 11.

He tops the team with six forced fumble recoverions.

He finished with 16 tackles, including a team record nine quarterback hurries, tied with Jason Campbell for the team lead.9.

Jason Verrett (Raiders)Verrett leads the Raiders with six sacks and 12.5 tackles for losses.

He ties for the fourth-most total tackles in NFL annals behind Brett Keisel (15) and Steve Smith Sr. (11).10.

Justin Smith (Buccaneers)Smith leads the Buccaneers with 1.5 forced fumbling recoveries and has a team high nine quarterback pressures.

He joins Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown as the only players in NFL playoff history to have at least one interception in each postseason game.11.

Derrick Brooks (Broncos)Brooks leads the Denver Broncos with 5.5 career sacks.

His 1.75 sacks for a loss ranking fourth in franchise history ranks eighth among active players.12.

John Abraham (Chiefs)Abraham leads the Chiefs with 6.5 quarterback pressures, which leads the team.

His 9.5 sack total ranks sixth among active NFL players.13.

Chris Borland (Titans)Borland leads the Titans with 5 sacks and 10.75 tackles for a Loss.

He trails only Ryan Clark for the most sacks in NFL postseason history.14.

Eric Berry (Bills)Berry leads the Bills with 5½ sacks, the most in franchise playoff history.

He sits fourth in team history with 18 sacks.15.

Mike Pouncey (Patriot)Pouncey leads the Patriots with 1½ sacks and 2.5 interceptions.

He holds the NFL record for most total tackles by a quarterback (34).16.

Kevin Greene (Tampa Bay)Greene leads the Bucs with 6½ sacks.

Greene has a franchise record for the fewest total tackles with 10, and has the fewst interceptions with two.17.