Chargers lead NFL with seven choices to 2019 NFL Pro Bowl, while Chiefs and Steelers have six.
Here are all the choices for the 2019 game played January 27 in Orlando, Florida, along with analysis from NFL Nation reporters. The players’ career Pro Bowls are listed in brackets.
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2. There were no candidates for crimes but Bill’s second-ranking defense had players who lineback Lorenzo Alexander (6.5 sacks) and defensive finishing Jerry Hughes (six sacks, three forced fumbles) who could make a case
Did you know? Defensive tackle Kyle Williams was elected as a first alternate, and defensive end Hughes was elected as a fourth deputy, a source said. If Williams is eventually elected as substitute, it would be his sixth Pro Bowl, tie him with Mike Stratton, OJ Simpson and Jack Kemp for the sixth most in franchise history after Bruce Smith (11), Ruben Brown (8), Billy Shaw (8), Andre Reed (7) and Steve Tasker (7). – Mike Rodak
Pro Bowlers: Xavien Howard, CB (1)
The Dolphins have not had m ycket star production this season, but Howard has certainly played at the elite level, and he is worth a starter. Howard is bound to the NFL lead with seven interceptions, despite the fact that the last two games failed to suffer a knee injury. He has made a fall like Dolphin’s best player, and he will be a cornerstone of the team to build around.
Did you know? Howard’s selection extends the Miamis streak to 21 years in a row with a defensive player picked to Pro Bowl. Miami has had at least one Pro Bowl representative in all but two seasons of the team’s 53-year history. – Cameron Wolfe
Pro Bowlers: Tom Brady, QB (14); Stephon Gilmore, CB (2)
Only two Pro Bowlers reflect how patriots have not had many individual achievements. Brady still plays at high level at age 41 – albeit not his usual MVP level – while Gilmore has motivated the team’s big free agents investment in him last off season when he received a five-year dollar of $ 65 million. 19659002] Did you know? Brady’s 14th choice binds the NFL record, joins the thin end Tony Gonzalez, quarterback Peyton Manning, offensive linewoman Bruce Matthews and defensive Merlin Olsen. – Mike Reiss
Pro Bowlers: Jamal Adams, S (1); Jason Myers (1), PK; Andre Roberts (1), KR
This completes Jets’ two-year Pro Bowl wipe. A year ago, Adam promised to never miss another Pro Bowl. He is the face of the defense and deserves recognition. Myers and Roberts are journeyman types who delivered their career years when they enter the free agency.
Did you know? Adams is the first draft of the Mike Maccagnan regime to make Pro Bowl. It covers four proposals for the boss. – Rich Cimini
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Pro Bowlers: Eric Weddle, FS (6); C.J. Mosley, MLB (4); Marshal Yanda, G (7)
NFL’s top-ranked defense placed two players in Pro Bowl. In comparison, six players reached Pro Bowl 2006, the only second time that the franchise had the best defense of the league. Yanda binds Terrell Suggs for the fourth most Pro Bowl election in franchise history and is behind only the Hall of Fame tackling Jonathan Ogden for most Pro Bowl exhibitions of a Ravens offensive line man.
Did you know? This is the second year in a row where Ravens had three Pro Bowl players. In the last 11 seasons (2006-16) Baltimore had four or more Pro Bowl players, with an average of five per year. – Jamison Hensley
Pro Bowlers: Geno Atkins, DT (7)
Although Atkins went through a quiet period where he only had a bag in eight games, it’s not surprising to see Han make another Pro Bowl based on name recognition. OUCH. Green probably would have gone with him if he had been able to stay healthy. The only wild card would have been Joe Mixon, who came strong to lead AFC in rushing with two monster games in the past two weeks.
Did you know? If none of Bengal’s alternatives come in, this will be the smallest Bengals Pro Bowlers since the 2010 season when the team had no representatives. At the same time, Atkins Green tied for second most Pro Bowl nudes in Bengal’s history. – Katherine Terrell
Pro Bowlers: Myles Garrett, DE (1); Denzel Ward, CB (1)
The first overall choice from 2017 (Garrett) and the fourth overall selection from 2018 (Ward) goes for the first time, a sign of good days ahead for the previously lost Browns. Several Browns were elected as deputies, including rookie who drove back Nick Chubb (second option) and quarterback Baker Mayfield (fourth). Browns have the longest odds for making the playoffs this season, but these heathens went well for 2019 and beyond.
Did you know? Ward is the sixth Brown’s rookie to reach Pro Bowl, and the first since Joe Thomas 2007. The others: LB Chip Banks (1983), Greg Pruitt (1973), WR Paul Warfield (1965) and RB Jim Brown (1957). Warfield and Browns are in the Hall of Fame; Thomas will be. – Pat McManamon
Pro Bowlers: Maurkice Pouncey, C (7); Antonio Brown, WR (7); James Conner, RB (1); David DeCastro, AND (4); Alejandro Villanueva, LT (2); Cam Heyward, DE (2)
Steelers star power has been shown in Pro Bowl voices, with six recipients in addition to last year’s move of eight. Steeler’s strongest position may be an offensive line, which has three representatives for the second consecutive year. Ben Roethlisberger’s line of four consecutive straight Pro Bowl rivets ends. Conner becomes one of Pro Bowl’s best success stories, from the backup status last season to 12 rushing touchdowns this year.
Did you know? This is the 18th straight season that Steelers sends several players to Pro Bowl, and the 27th time in the last 30 years. – Jeremy Fowler
Pro Bowlers: De André Hopkins, WR (3); J.J. Watt, DE, (5); Jadeveon Clowney, OLB (3); Benardrick McKinney, LB (1)
The Texans have four players called Pro Bowl, including three on defense. Hopkins comes to his second consecutive Pro Bowl, while Clowney makes this trip for the third consecutive year. Watts Pro Bowl Val is a testament to the hard work he put in to return to the field after missing out on most of the last two seasons of injury.
Did you know? Clowney has 51 tackles for a loss since 2016 including 14 this season. Watt and Clowney have combined for 22.5 of Texan sacks this season. – Turron Davenport
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Pro Bowlers: Eric Ebron, TE (1); Quenton Nelson, OL (1)
Nelson and Ebron were expected to be selected. Left out is rookie linebacker Darius Leonard, who has led NFL in tackles (146) for most of the season despite losing a game while he was the leader of a defense ranked 10th overall. Ebron has revived his career after four seasons with the lions. His 12 touchdown receptions are a franchise post for tight ends. Quarterback Andrew Luck, who is second in the league in touchdowns by 34, can be elected as an alternate.
Did you know? Nelson, number 6 this year’s draft, is the first rookie offensive linear to make Pro Bowl since Chris Hinton made the team in 1983. Nelson does not play a skill as the Cleveland quarterback Baker Mayfield or Giants drives back Saquon Barkley but he has been alike very effective, according to offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni. “What an offensive line-man like Quenton takes you with the sixth pick is that it gives you toughness,” said Sirianni. “It will be a staple for your organization and your crime. It does not start to be as spotty as Saquon Barkley, who is phenomenal player, but there is no doubt that he affects it as much because of what he does for everyone else . – Mike Wells
Pro Bowlers: Jalen Ramsey, CB (2)
The Jaguars had six players who made Pro Bowl 2017, but Ramsey is the only one who makes a return trip. He is the first Jaguars player to make back-to-back trips to Pro Bowl since he drove back Maurice Jones-Drew 2010-11. Ramsey has fought a sore knee for almost the entire season, but he has not missed a game and has three interceptions and 11 pass breakups. Two of his interceptions came against Ben Roethlisberger in week 11, making him the youngest player in the franchise history to get more interceptions in a game. “I had a fantastic experience in Orlando last year to get to know so many of the best players in our league and I’m excited to have that opportunity once more,” said Ramsey.
Did you know? Ramsey is one of only three Jaguar defensive players to make multiple Pro Bowls. Defensive tackle Marcus Stroud scored three, and defensive tackle John Henderson scored two. Stroud (2003-05) is the only other defensive player in franchise history to make consecutive Pro Bowls. – Mike DiRocco
Pro Bowlers: Taylor Lewan, LT (3); Jurrell Casey, DL (4); Brett Kern, P (2)
Having a Pro Bowler from each phase of the game is an example of how Titans aims to play complementary football. Titan’s defense is bound for first in the NFL, giving 18.1 points per game. Over the past two weeks, Derrick Henry rushed for 408 meters and six touchdowns. Lewan and the offensive have been a major part of the latest success in the field. The core has placed a total of 29 points in the opponent’s 20-yard line.
Did you know? Lewan goes to his third consecutive Pro Bowl. He has now been named more times than any titans offensive linear in franchise history. – Turron Davenport
Pro Bowlers: Von Miller, LB (7); Phillip Lindsay, RB (1)
Broncos (6-8) still has Miller playing at elite level – he is bound for others in the league with 14.5 sacks. And Lindsay continues to be one of the revelations in the league, considering that he was the sixth in the chart when he drove back – with No. 2 – when Broncos moved through his offseason work. Lindsay is now fifth in the league in rushing and others in the league in laps per berry. Hard to figure out, however, how the corner back Chris Harris Jr, who is one of the league’s best in the castle and on the outside, was not picked. Bradley Chubb, who has 12 sacks and is 2.5 away from tying Jevon Kearse’s NFL record for rookies (seen in 1999) and broad recipient Emmanuel Sanders are Broncos & # 39; s other deputies.
Did you know? Lindsay is the second undrafted rookie to be chosen for Pro Bowl and the first in crime. Former Dallas Cowboys Cornerback Everson Walls is the second, 1981. – Jeff Legwold
Pro Bowlers: Eric Fisher, OT (1); Dee Ford, LB (1); Tyreek Hill, WR (3); Travis Kelce, TE (4); Patrick Mahomes, QB (1); Anthony Sherman, FB (1)
The managers had six choices, bound for second best in the league. Four players received their first nominations, including Mahomes. He won glory in his first season starting.
Did you know? The managers have had at least six nominees for Pro Bowl in five of the last seven seasons. They had four in each of the other two years. – Adam Teicher
Pro Bowlers: Philip Rivers, QB (8); Mike Pouncey, C (4); Melvin Ingram, DE (2); Melvin Gordon, RB (2), Keenan Allen, WR (2); Derwin James, S (1); Adrian Phillips, ST (1)
Sorry for the first play since 2013, it’s useless that Laddare has more than a handful of players leading to Pro Bowl. James quickly grew up to be one of the best security in the game as a rookie, and the addition of Pouncey has been one of the keys to improvement for a bullet that is on average 28 points per game, No. 4 in NFL. 19659002] Did you know? The seven Pro Bowlers for Chargers are most in NFL this year and most for the team since 2007 season when the chargers had 10 players making the trip to Hawaii. – Eric D. Williams
Pro Bowlers: Inga
Two years after leading NFL with seven Pro Bowlers and one year after five, Raiders are shut out, not what Jon Gruden had expected when he returned to the sidelines this year. “If [Jared Cook’s] not a Pro Bowler, I hope there’s an investigation,” said Gruden last week. Well, then get the cheeses on it because no scare rebuilds more than shut down an all-star game, no? Plus Rodney Hudson, who has gone to Pro Bowl in each of the last two seasons and ranked as a top two center in the NFL by Pro Football Focus, was released.
Did you know? This is First time since 2003, the second time in franchise history, no Raiders player was selected for NFL’s all-star games. Still Hudson, left-wing Kelechi Osemele and tight end Jared Cook was appointed deputies. – Paul Gutierrez
Pro Bowlers: Tyron Smith, LT (6); Zack Martin, RG (5); DeMarcus Lawrence, DE (2); Ezekiel Elliott, RB (2), Byron Jones, CB 19659002] That Jones won his first Pro Bowl slot motivates the team’s decision to move him to cornerback, but also sets to a question of why the cowboys moved him to full time after his rookie season. Jones has not played an avalanche this season, but he has just given a touchdown all season and it was on a 2-yard catch. Lawrence leads team with 8.5 bags, 12 tackles for loss and 34 quarterback pressures. Elliott, who leads NFL by 1,349 meters, returns to Pro Bowl after leading the NFL in rush in 2016 as a rookie. Smith is the first clean tack for the Cowboys to be chosen for Pro Bowl six straight years since Hall of Famer Rayfield Wright from 1971 to 1976. Martin has now made Pro Bowl in each of his first five seasons.
Did you know? With Jones as the Pro Bowl, the Cowboys have had 10 draft picks making bids for the all-star game since 2010 when joining Dez Bryant, Sean Lee, Smith, DeMarco Murray, Travis Frederick, Martin, Lawrence, Elliott and Dak Prescott. – Todd Archer
Pro Bowlers: Saquon Barkley, RB (1); Landon Collins, S (3); Aldrick Rosas, K (1)
Collins and Rosas were named starters, because the giants landed three players on the Pro Bowl roaster after only one in 2017. Collins led the 96 giants to tackle before landing on injured reserve with a partially demolished labrum that required surgery. He will not participate in the game. Barkley is third among all ridges with 1,155 meters rushing. He is the giant first rookie to reach Pro Bowl since Odell Beckham Jr. Few could have predicted Rosas to win this honor in the season. He struggled hard in his first year with the giants, but he has hit 28 of 29 field goals try this season, including a long 57 meters.
Did you know? Beckham is a second deputy. It is the second straight season he has failed to make Pro Bowl after breaking his ankle last year. He made Pro Bowl in each of his first three seasons. Barkley, meanwhile, is the first rookie of the giant to drive back to the era since Tucker Frederickson in 1965. – Jordan Raanan
Pro Bowlers: Zach Ertz, TE (2); Fletcher Cox, DT (4); Brandon Brooks, G (2)
Ertz is third in NFL with 101 catches. With two matches left, he has a chance to break Jason Wittens record for most receptions with a tight end in a season (110). Cox is one of the most dominating defensive players in the game and completes the Official Journal – especially for a defensive tackle – with 7.5 sacks and 29 QB hits. Brooks has developed into one of the best guards in the league and makes his second straight Pro Bowl look.
Did you know? Ertz is just the fourth tight end in the NFL story to record 100-plus catches in a single season, joining Jason Witten, Tony Gonzalez and Dallas Clark. – Tim McManus
Pro Bowlers: Ryan Kerrigan, LB (4); Trent Williams, LT (7)
Kerrigan, Redskins solo starter in the game, recorded a bag in the first four matches, but he has had 10 then along with three forced fumbles. The only players in NFL with more bags in this stretch are Aaron Donald, Chris Jones, Von Miller and Bradley Chubb. Kerrigan now ranks others on Redskins’ all-time sack list. Williams has been one of the best left tacklers in the game for a long time thanks to his athleticism but also his commitment to working with his technique. Security D.J. Swearinger and Points Tress Way motivated considerations to make these teams. The road in particular has been fantastic; He has 72 points and zero touchbacks with an NFL high six landing inside the 5-yard line.
Did you know? The Red Skins have had a left tack make the Pro Bowl 13 times since the 2001 season, with Chris Samuels doing it six times followed by Williams seven straight appearances. Williams is now attached to security Ken Houston for the most consecutive Pro Bowl quays in franchise history. – John Keim
Pro Bowlers: Khalil Mack, OLB (4); Eddie Jackson, S (1); Kyle Fuller, CB (1); Akiem Hicks, DL (1); Tarik Cohen, ST (1)
Mack, 2016 NFL Defensive Player of the Year, was a virtual lock to make Pro Bowl the moment he joined the bear in early September. He leads the team with 12.5 sacks and has recorded double-digit sack totals on four consecutive seasons. Jackson (six interceptions), Fuller (seven interceptions), Cohen (Chicago’s overall threats) and Hicks (six sacks) are all first choice. Last time Bears had the first four Pro Bowlers in 2005, when Lance Briggs, Mike Brown, Tommie Harris and Nathan Vasher beat their Pro Bowl tickets after Bears unexpected NFC North title.
Do you know? Bears has not had five players named Pro Bowl since 2013. – Jeff Dickerson
Pro Bowlers: Darius Slay, CB (2)
Slay had a much better season in 2017, then he had eight interceptions. He probably has not even been Lions best defensive back this season – it may be security Quandre Diggs, named Pro Bowl alternate. Slay has 37 tackles and three interceptions but had his first NFL pick-six.
Did you know? Slay is the first league player to go to back-to-back Pro Bowls since Calvin Johnson went to six straight from 2010 to 15, and he’s just the third Detroit cornerback to make Pro Bowl in back- two-back years in the Super Bowl era, along with Lem Barney and Dre Bly. – Michael Rothstein
Pro Bowlers: Aaron Rodgers, QB (7); Davante Adams, WR (1)
Left Handling David Bakhtiari, Center Corey Linsley and Nose Tackle Kenny Clark were all appointed alternates but no one is a first alternate, which is unchangeable in Bakhtiari cases, given that he has been appointed to other teams All-Pro in each of the last two seasons. Meanwhile, Adams should finally be appreciated for what he has done until the beginning of the 2016 season – the bottom for most TD catches (34) in the league. Rodgers TD-to-INT differential (23-22) is best in the league, but he has not really had a good season.
Did you know? Rodgers hasn & # 39; I actually played in Pro Bowl in any of the previous four times he was chosen. Adams played last year’s match as an alternate instead of Julio Jones. – Rob Demovsky
Pro Bowlers: Harrison Smith, S (4); Anthony Barr, LB (4); Adam Thielen, WR (2); Danielle Hunter, DE (1)
The fans who participated in voting rights got it right the first time this year with Smith, who was probably the league’s biggest snub in 2017 until he came to the wall as an alternate. Smith is the first player to have three sacks and three cuts in a single season since 2016. Although he has fought early in the season, Barr is also on his way to his fourth straight Pro Bowl and his game in recent weeks – where he has been took in to rush the passer more often – shows the depth of his skill set. The thiel felt like a lock to make a rehearsal trip to Orlando since he started the season with eight consecutive games of 100 meters receiving and standing No. 2 in the league in receptions. While Viking’s star-studded defensive line only won a selection in 2018, Hunter was easily the inevitable choice because he leads all NFC DEs in tackles (66), sacks (14.5) and TFLs (20).
Do you know? The Vikings had six Pro Bowl elections last year, a franchise that was high during coach Mike Zimmer’s deal, and could be in the mix to match that number if Xavier Rhodes and Linval Joseph would make it as alternates. – Courtney Cronin
Pro Bowlers: Julio Jones, WR (6); Alex Mack, C (6)
Despite Falcon’s 5-9 record, Jones still leads NFL with 1,511 receiving laps while forcing double team coverage sometimes. Mack has managed to play on Pro Bowl level despite offensive battles around him.
Did you know? Falken saw that three former Pro Bowlers went on injured reserve this season to run back Devonta Freeman’s lover), linebacker Deion Jones (foot) and strong security Keanu Neal (ACL). Jones returned after missing 10 matches, while coach Dan Quinn said that two-hour Pro Bowler Freeman is unlikely to return in 2018. – Vaughn McClure
Pro Bowlers: Luke Kuechly, ILB); Trai Turner, OG (4)
No player in Carolina’s history has been elected to Pro Bowl several times while with the team than Kuechly. He was in a six-way tie with five before this season. Turner made Pro Bowl for the fourth consecutive year. He anchored one of the best rushing attacks in the NFL. The second year back, Christian McCaffrey deserved a place as well, but the NFC is loaded with topbacks. So, McCaffrey, whose 1,747m from scrimmage ranked fourth in the NFL behind Ezekiel Elliott, Todd Gurley and Saquon Barkley, was snubbed, though he could do it as an alternate. No one back can be more valuable to his team for all McCaffrey makes. “C-Mac is one-of-a-kind,” said quarterback Cam Newton when he made a case for McCaffrey to be elected. “He’s really a threat in every aspect of the game, runs [catching] throw and even blockage. His physicality is really [undervalued].” But he’s very physical, goes between the roof. There’s nothing he really can not do. “ Did you know? Since the pants have had a franchise record and NFL high 10 Pro Bowl elections in 2015, the pants have had a combined seven-four in 2016, one in 2017 and two years 2018 – since. – David Newton
Pro Bowlers: Drew Brees, QB (12); Cameron Jordan, DE (4); Max Unger, C 3), Michael Thomas, WR (2), Terron Armstead, LT (1)
It’s crazy to believe the Saints were “snubbed” with five Pro Bowlers – especially considering they had zero initial elections in both 2016 and 2017, when they were in the middle of three straight 7-9 seasons, but they could really have dominated this list. Running back Alvin Kamara and kicker Wil Lutz are the most notable strings. Kamara ranks second in NFL with 16 touchdowns and ranks fifth in NFL with 1,487 meters of scrimmage. On the back, Brees has had a lot of love in his career. His 12th Pro Bowl selection puts him in ninth place tie
Did you know? Armstead finally won his first Pro Bowl selection in his sixth season, even though he missed the last five games with a pectoral injury. Even more important, he should be back soon in the time of Saints playoff run. Unger also made his first Pro Bowl since joining the Saints in 2015 after doing two of them earlier in his career with Seahawks. – Mike Triplett
Pro Bowlers: None
Although Mike Evans has the second most receiving lap in the league (1,328), he was not named Pro Bowl, but instead a first alternate. Jason Pierre-Paul also has the eighth largest sack in NFL (11.5), fifth most among NFC defensive ends, and is a third alternate. Linebacker Lavonte David continues to be snubbed despite this week breaking the Round Barber franchise record of 12 restored fumbles; he has 13 now.
Did you know? For the first time since 2009, when Bucs at 3-13 they did not have a single player called Pro Bowl. McCoy’s line of six consecutive Pro Bowls has become clumsy (seven would have linked Buc Warren Sapp for a long time). – Peterson is the only cardinal to make Pro Bowl during this 3-11 season, and he deserves it . Peterson has consistently been one of the best defensive backs in the NFL, which is usually loaded to defend an offender’s top recipient and has essentially closed down half the field. He has been called Pro Bowl in each of his eight seasons, including the last seven at cornerback. This year he passed Larry Fitzgerald to create a franchise record for the most consecutive Pro Bowls with eight.
Did you know? Peterson joined the Hall of Famers Jim Brown and Barry Sanders as the only NFL players in history to make eight Pro Bowls before becoming 29. – Josh Weinfuss
Pro Bowlers: Jared Goff, QB (2); Todd Gurley, RB (3); Aaron Donald, DT (5); Cory Littleton, LB (1)
Despite a 11-3 season, the Rams election is down from a season ago, when eight players, including three alternates, were included in the Pro Bowl roster. Goff, included as an alternate last season, and Gurley, a three-hour election, were among the top 5 players in fan voting. Goff has passed 4 273 yards and 27 touchdowns. Gurley leads NFL with 21 total touchdowns. And Donald, chosen for Pro Bowl in each of his five NFL seasons, leads the league with 16.5 sacks. Littleton, an unbeaten free agent in 2016, earned her first selection of specialty teams.
Did you know? Left-handed Rodger Saffold is a first deputy. Saffold, a nine-year-old pro, is in the final season of his contract with Rams and has never been elected to Pro Bowl. – Lindsey Thiry
Pro Bowlers: Kyle Juszczyk, FB (3); George Kittle, TE (1)
This should be the first of many Pro Bowl bunks for Kittle, who has been the team’s breakout star and best player. Juszczyk is an integral part of coach Kyle Shanhan’s system and the main reason 49ers use a fullback more than any other team. Defensive tackle DeForest Buckner, kicker Robbie Gould and special teamer Mark Nzeocha were appointed alternates.
Did you know? Kittle is the first Niners tight end to be chosen since Vernon Davis 2013. – Nick Wagoner
Pro Bowlers: Bobby Wagner, ILB (5); Michael Dickson, P (1)
Seahawk’s two Pro Bowlers are half as many as they had chosen in the beginning of last season. Wagner is the only remaining Pro Bowler from Seahawks’ Legion of Doom Defense. He has led an overachieving unit this season. Dickson, a rookie, leads the league in gross (48.9) and net (44.2) score averages. He was NFC’s special team player in the month of November. That’s why Seahawks made the unusual fly for shopping for a fifth round. Russell Wilson has cast four more touchdowns (31 to 27) and seven fewer missions (six to 13) than Jared Goff, and his pass rating is 14 points higher (111.6 to 97.6).  Did you know? Dickson is the first rookie point chosen for Pro Bowl since Dale Hunter of the Rams 1985, according to Seahawks. He is Seahawk’s first Pro Bowl-point since Rick Tuten in 1994. Dickson, a resident of Sydney, grew up with Aussie Rules Football and has just pointed a US football since 2015. – Brady Henderson