Ravens send 12 players to the Pro Bowl

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The Ravens tied the Pro Bowl record with 12 players selected to the original list.

Tight end Mark Andrews, long snapper Morgan Cox, cornerback Marlon Humphrey, running back Mark Ingram, quarterback Lamar Jackson, outside linebacker Matt Judon, cornerback Marcus Peters, fullback Patrick Ricard, offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley, strong safety Earl Thomas, kicker Justin Tucker and offensive guard Marshal Yanda will represent the Ravens.

The NFL unveiled the list of Pro Bowlers on Tuesday night.

The Saints lead all NFC teams with seven selections — quarterback Drew Brees, receiver Michael Thomas, defensive end Cameron Jordan, offensive tackle Terron Armstead, returner Deonte Harris, cornerback Marshon Lattimore and kicker Wil Lutz.

The Chiefs have six selections for the second year in a row, while the Steelers and Eagles have five apiece.

The 2020 Pro Bowl will kickoff at 3 p.m. ET on Jan. 26 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.

AFC OFFENSE

Wide receiver: DeAndre Hopkins*, Houston Texans; Keenan Allen*, Los Angeles Chargers; Jarvis Landry, Cleveland Browns; Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs

Tackle: Ronnie Stanley*, Baltimore Ravens; Laremy Tunsil*, Houston Texans; Trent Brown, Oakland Raiders

Guard: Marshal Yanda*, Baltimore Ravens; Quenton Nelson*, Indianapolis Colts; David DeCastro, Pittsburgh Steelers

Center: Maurkice Pouncey*, Pittsburgh Steelers; Rodney Hudson, Oakland Raiders

Tight end: Travis Kelce*, Kansas City Chiefs; Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens

Quarterback: Lamar Jackson*, Baltimore Ravens; Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs; Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans

Running back: Nick Chubb*, Cleveland Browns; Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans; Mark Ingram, Baltimore Ravens

Fullback: Patrick Ricard*, Baltimore Ravens

AFC DEFENSE

Defensive end: Joey Bosa*, Los Angeles Chargers; Frank Clark*, Kansas City Chiefs; Calais Campbell, Jacksonville Jaguars

Interior lineman: Cameron Heyward*, Pittsburgh Steelers; Chris Jones*, Kansas City Chiefs; Geno Atkins, Cincinnati Bengals

Outside linebacker: Von Miller*, Denver Broncos; T.J. Watt*, Pittsburgh Steelers; Matt Judon, Baltimore Ravens

Inside linebacker: Darius Leonard*, Indianapolis Colts; Dont'a Hightower, New England Patriots

Cornerback: Stephon Gilmore*, New England Patriots; Tre'Davious White*, Buffallo Bills; Marcus Peters, Baltimore Ravens; Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore Ravens

Free safety: Minkah Fitzpatrick*, Pittsburgh Steelers; Earl Thomas, Baltimore Ravens

Strong safety: Jamal Adams*, New York Jets

AFC SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker: Justin Tucker*, Baltimore Ravens

Long snapper: Morgan Cox*, Baltimore Ravens

Punter: Brett Kern*, Tennessee Titans

Return specialist: Mecole Hardman*, Kansas City Chiefs

Special teamer: Matthew Slater*, New England Patriots

NFC OFFENSE

Wide receiver: Julio Jones*, Atlanta Falcons; Michael Thomas*, New Orleans Saints; Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tackle: David Bakhtiari*, Green Bay Packers; Tyron Smith*, Dallas Cowboys; Terron Armstead, New Orleans Saints;

Guard: Zack Martin*, Dallas Cowboys; Brandon Brooks*, Philadelphia Eagles; Brandon Scherff, Washington Redskins

Center: Jason Kelce*, Philadelphia Eagles; Travis Frederick, Dallas Cowboys

Tight end: George Kittle*, San Francisco 49ers; Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles

Quarterback: Russell Wilson*, Seattle Seahawks; Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints; Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

Running back: Dalvin Cook*, Minnesota Vikings; Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers; Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys

Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk*, San Francisco 49ers

NFC DEFENSE

Defensive end: Cameron Jordan*, New Orleans Saints; Nick Bosa*, San Francisco 49ers; Danielle Hunter, Minnesota Vikings

Interior lineman: Aaron Donald*, Los Angeles Rams; Fletcher Cox*, Philadelphia Eagles; Grady Jarrett, Atlanta Falcons

Outside linebacker: Chandler Jones*, Arizona Cardinals; Khalil Mack*, Chicago Bears; Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Inside linebacker: Bobby Wagner*, Seattle Seahawks; Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers

Cornerback: Marshon Lattimore*, New Orleans Saints; Richard Sherman*, San Francisco 49ers; Darius Slay, Detroit Lions; Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams

Free safety: Budda Baker*, Arizona Cardinals; Eddie Jackson, Chicago Bears

Strong safety: Harrison Smith*, Minnesota Vikings

NFC SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker: Wil Lutz*, New Orleans Saints

Long snapper: Rick Lovato*, Philadelphia Eagles

Punter: Tress Way*, Washington Redskins

Return specialist: Deonte Harris*, New Orleans Saints

Special teamer: Cordarrelle Patterson*, Chicago Bears

* — indicates starter

103 responses to “Ravens send 12 players to the Pro Bowl

  1. Tress Way! He was our best player all year. Glad to see him funny get some pro bowl love!

    Ereck Flowers should have made it over Scherff. Flowers was our best OL this year.

  2. vegasslvrnblk says:
    December 17, 2019 at 8:27 pm
    Josh Jacobs and Darren Waller got hosed

    Waller did get hosed. Andrews didn’t have a pro bowl season. As for Jacobs, the guy is always hurt. He didn’t deserve to make it and even if he did he would probably get hurt.

  3. When was the last time a Patriot played in the Pro Bowl? I guess they have other things booked during that time of year…like lifting up Lombardis.

    Or to busy reviewing all the illegal sideline footage of all the teams they been videoing…..

  4. So can guys just start claiming the injuries now, or do they have to wait until closer to the pro bowl?

    Between that, and teams in the superbowl not playing, 2/3 of these guys won’t be there

  5. Bulletin board for the Pats. How Jamie
    Collins isn’t going is beyond irrational.

    Von Miller, Humphrey, Earl Thomas and Marcus “toast” Peters?

    The whole team is Ravens.

  6. Picking 12 players from one team is disrespectful to the 15 other AFC teams. It does reflect well on the old GM, Newsome.

    In an odd way, it’s the great teams that get one or two pro bowlers named that really interest me. That highlights a “team”.

    We will see how it plays out.

    How did the Bills place only one guy on this team.

  7. Earl Thomas made it the same way Tyron Smith made it, general fans know his name. Tyron Smith is not having a great year. I hate the 49ers but Luke Kuechly over Fred Warner just doesn’t make sense.

  8. 200,000 bonus to all elected if they attend and play it after the super bowl.

    If Baltimore makes the super bowl, that’s 12 guys going that shouldn’t right there and that’s just from one team! By game time the starting QB will be Fitzpatrick and Winston. Get this currently constructed fraud pro bowl outta here!

  9. Don’t knock pro bowl selections and MVPs like they don’t mean anything. Wouldn’t you like to win top performer on your job and be recognized as the best amongst your peers?
    Yes, I agree the SB is the ultimate goal, but it only seems to count for the winning coach, QB and whoever wins SB MVP anyway. Nobody ever says he’s a two-time winning SB center. Lamar Jackson will win NFL, but most will act like it’s meaningless unless he wins the Lombardi. No, it’s still a worthy accomplishment. Congrats to Lanar and the Ravens. You definitely brought a new brand of excitement to the game.

  10. Jamal Adams is selected to the Pro Bowl? Wait? It can’t be. The “genius” Pats fan has told us repeatedly that Jamal Adams is overrated. There’s gotta be a mistake here somewhere.

  11. Funny how Justin Tucker gets snubbed in years where he really was dominant… but then makes it this year when he’s had a couple mortal misses and not really been needed.

    Not sure about Earl Thomas either… but I couldn’t name someone I’d pick over him without looking up stats so I guess it’s not a horrible choice.

  12. How can anyone take this serious when someone like Brees is not the starter over Wilson?
    Henry should be the starter at RB
    Elliot at RB for Dallas? That is popularity and not performance for that particular team.
    This game years ago used to mean something.
    Landry is a hell of a WR. But is he really pro bowl this season?
    Just seems more like a household name contest vs talent and what they mean to their team.

  13. The best team with the best record usually gets the most Pro Bowlers Ravens got a pro bowler for every win they have so far but ain’t none of them playing cause Ravens going to that other Bowl with Super in the front

  14. If Bakhtiari is All-Pro this year, that’s a SAD statement of ALL the rest. He had a VERY bad year. He is probably hurt, but won’t tell anyone.

  15. League is seriously sleeping on Saints LBer Demario Davis who is playing the position as good as anyone in the League right now.

  16. Packers representative should include the referee….by FAR their best player this year.
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    Whatever makes you feel better! Lol

    Go Pack Go!

  17. Bills are snubbed again. Our D is number 2, and maybe the best the Bills have ever had. We have a DT with 9.5 sacks! Our safeties are excellent. Our mike linebacker is a tree who runs a 4.5. Wow. Whoever votes must only be able to read headlines or watch clips the NFL filters to them. Small market teams that kick butt just dont get their fair shake.

  18. I’m a Broncos fan but Von Miller getting voted in and Justin Simmons and Coutland Sutton not, proves people vote for players names and not performance!

  19. nagyisterrible says:
    December 17, 2019 at 8:38 pm
    vegasslvrnblk says:
    December 17, 2019 at 8:27 pm
    Josh Jacobs and Darren Waller got hosed

    Waller did get hosed. Andrews didn’t have a pro bowl season. As for Jacobs, the guy is always hurt. He didn’t deserve to make it and even if he did he would probably get hurt.

    If he’s hurt all the time as you claim then his 1150 yards rushing is all the more impressive. It’s ok bud you can let it go, the Bears got a great player in Mack but the Raiders won that trade.

  20. Mark Andrews and Mark Ingram got in because of the Ravens hype. No way did they deserve the nods over Darren Waller and Josh Jacobs, who both had better seasons.

  21. Imma say something controversial, but Luke Kuechly did NOT deserve a spot this year. You’ll look at the tackles and say he did but I’ve watched him all season this has been the worst he’s looked in a long time, a lot of bad angles and misses, drops takeaways, getting exposed in coverage. He got in on name recognition, that’s it. Same as guys like Von Miller and Geno Atkins and Fletcher Cox.

  22. Hopefully the Ravens don’t make it to the Super Bowl so all 12 of their selections
    Can go to the Pro Bowl..

  23. As usual, the Packer fans that voted Rodgers in didn’t watch him play.

    I can’t ever remember when a QB with such pedestrian stats got voted in to the Pro Bowl.

    #9 in TD’s (note – Mahomes, Brees and Stafford missed multiple games due to injury and several rookies and 2nd year QB’s only played partial seasons or Rodgers would have been much lower)

    #10 in QB rating

    #11 in yards

    #17 in yards per attempt

    #22 in completion percentage

    #24 in 1st down percentage

    Maybe they think that QB’s that are paid as much as the Packers paid Rodgers in the previous 12 months ($80 mil) have to be voted in to the Pro Bowl…

  24. nagyisterrible says:
    December 17, 2019 at 8:38 pm
    vegasslvrnblk says:
    December 17, 2019 at 8:27 pm

    Josh Jacobs and Darren Waller got hosed
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    Waller did get hosed. Andrews didn’t have a pro bowl season. As for Jacobs, the guy is always hurt. He didn’t deserve to make it and even if he did he would probably get hurt.
    ___________________________________________

    Always hurt? he missed one game and is still 6th in the league in rushing, ahead of Mark Ingram. At least you admitted Waller should have made

  25. Vikings had tons of teams like that in the late 70’s,80’s & 90’s & 2000’s & again this year stacked with pro bowlers, HOF players. Always at the end of a decade.

    What has that gotten them? NOTHING

    I don’t care about the pro bowl. Win a SB already MN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. Well, here’s hoping the Bills, Texans, Steelers, Ravens and Chiefs players are available to play in the pro bowl. They really deserve it. (Snicker, snicker)

  27. Frank Clark has been garbage this year, another year filed with excuses, and somehow is a Pro Bowl starter?

  28. All Pro and player stats debates are tedious. Where are the football strategy discussions? That’s what is really interesting.

    Last year the Patriots won the super bowl after some late season stumbles. In the playoffs they out-coached and out-executed the Chargers, Chiefs and Rams. In 2020, the Chargers and Rams didn’t recover. The Chiefs did but stumbled early. I suspect Belichick exposed weaknesses and a blueprint to beat those clubs and they couldn’t adapt.

    That’s what a little bit of time to prepare and great coaching can do. I don’t expect the Ravens to fall victim this post season because they have a balanced attack and the Patriots seem to be struggling.

    I think McDermott and the Bills could surprise some people if they protect the football on offense because their defense and special teams have been consistently strong. The 49ers are strong on both sides of the ball but losing at home to the Falcons is a red flag. I don’t think the Saints can win at Lambeau in December/January.

  29. Earl Thomas should not have made the pro bowl. Tyrann Mathieu has better numbers and has been the better player this year. Mathieu was Snubbed.

  30. Wrong safety got in:
    Thomas’ stat line: 45 tackles, 1.5 sacks, four passes defended, two interceptions and one forced fumble as part of the No. 6 defense in the NFL. Here’s Mathieu’s: 62 tackles, 2.0 sacks, nine passes defended and three interceptions as part of the 18th-ranked defense.

  31. As usual, the Packer fans that voted Rodgers in didn’t watch him play.

    I can’t ever remember when a QB with such pedestrian stats got voted in to the Pro Bowl.

    #9 in TD’s (note – Mahomes, Brees and Stafford missed multiple games due to injury and several rookies and 2nd year QB’s only played partial seasons or Rodgers would have been much lower)

    #10 in QB rating

    #11 in yards

    #17 in yards per attempt

    #22 in completion percentage

    #24 in 1st down percentage

    Maybe they think that QB’s that are paid as much as the Packers paid Rodgers in the previous 12 months ($80 mil) have to be voted in to the Pro Bowl…
    ___________
    Perhaps because Packers fans that actually WATCH the games the know that largely why GB is even 11-3 is because how well Rodgers takes care of the football. Best TD-INT ratio in the league. Any more brain-busters?

  32. Khalil Mack made the Pro Bowl this year? I haven’t heard his name mentioned once this season. I thought he retired.

  33. As usual, the Packer fans that voted Rodgers in didn’t watch him play.
    I can’t ever remember when a QB with such pedestrian stats got voted in to the Pro Bowl.
    #9 in TD’s (note – Mahomes, Brees and Stafford missed multiple games due to injury and several rookies and 2nd year QB’s only played partial seasons or Rodgers would have been much lower)
    #10 in QB rating
    #11 in yards
    #17 in yards per attempt
    #22 in completion percentage
    #24 in 1st down percentage
    Maybe they think that QB’s that are paid as much as the Packers paid Rodgers in the previous 12 months ($80 mil) have to be voted in to the Pro Bowl…
    ___________
    Perhaps because Packers fans that actually WATCH the games the know that largely why GB is even 11-3 is because how well Rodgers takes care of the football. Best TD-INT ratio in the league. Any more brain-busters?
    ___________

    I think what the guy was trying to say is that the Pro Bowl isn’t about who is the MVP on a team. But, the best overall player at that position in their conference.
    Prescott or Cousins should have been selected over Rodgers.

  34. Certainly, underrated QB stats include protecting the football and not taking sacks. Picks are an immediate turnover. Sacks usually lead to a drive being stopped, a change of possession and impact field position.

    The the one QB better at that than Brady consistently is Rogers. Those two guys don’t hand points to opposing teams, making it easier on their defense and special teams. Prevention allows you not to need a cure.

  35. Saints’ LB Demario Davis deserved to be on the roster, but was snubbed. Thomas Morstead has had an outstanding season, and his stats reflect that. Yet he loses out to Tress Way from Washington, apparently because Way had more total punts on a bad Redskins team. Worst of all, Taysom Hill wasn’t even on the ballot because he excels at so many different roles, rather than at just one category like QB. This doesn’t recognize his accomplishments as the great multi-role player that he is. Hill has as many TDs as some WRs on the current Pro Bowl list. College polls list multi-role type players like Hill as “athletes”…..Perhaps the Pro-bowl should create a new category for players like Taysom Hill to show respect for what they contribute on game day.

  36. As usual, the Packer fans that voted Rodgers in didn’t watch him play.
    I can’t ever remember when a QB with such pedestrian stats got voted in to the Pro Bowl.
    #9 in TD’s (note – Mahomes, Brees and Stafford missed multiple games due to injury and several rookies and 2nd year QB’s only played partial seasons or Rodgers would have been much lower)
    #10 in QB rating
    #11 in yards
    #17 in yards per attempt
    #22 in completion percentage
    #24 in 1st down percentage
    Maybe they think that QB’s that are paid as much as the Packers paid Rodgers in the previous 12 months ($80 mil) have to be voted in to the Pro Bowl…
    ___________
    Perhaps because Packers fans that actually WATCH the games the know that largely why GB is even 11-3 is because how well Rodgers takes care of the football. Best TD-INT ratio in the league. Any more brain-busters?
    ___________

    I think what the guy was trying to say is that the Pro Bowl isn’t about who is the MVP on a team. But, the best overall player at that position in their conference.
    Prescott or Cousins should have been selected over Rodgers.
    _______________
    Well, that’s your opinion. Apparently, the majority of fans who watch and voted, along with the players who voted disagreed…

  37. How do the Ravens get 8 more pro bowlers than SF when Baltimore has essentially performed the same with the league MVP? seems as though SF has more pro bowl caliber players across the board than Baltimore. Lamar Jackson is weighted so heavily in their team’s success where in SF there are guys like Armstead, Buckner, Fred Warner, etc that have been phenomenal.

    just an oddity that should be pointed out.

  38. A couple of these Ravens like Thomas got in on name recognition alone but most of these Ravens are deserving and a few like Stanley and Humphrey should have gotten the nod last year.

  39. Not too many hawks represented for a team that’s 11-3. I could make a case for Chris Carson or Shaq Griffin; but it’s fair to note that we’re not the star-filled roster of years past.

    people like to make fun of Carroll for whatever reasons – but this year’s team is overachieving, and he should get some credit for it.

  40. For all the people crying about players being left off there is hope, I see 12 spots opening up once the playoffs are over. no more Hawaii, who wants to go to Orlando. Just let the pro bowl finally die.

  41. So how good is Lamar Jackson really given his excellent surrounding cast? His team is full of pro bowlers.

  42. ahostiletakeover says:
    December 18, 2019 at 11:37 am
    A couple of these Ravens like Thomas got in on name recognition alone but most of these Ravens are deserving and a few like Stanley and Humphrey should have gotten the nod last year.

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    Humphrey? I think not. Joe Haden who missed the Pro Bowl this year has twice as many picks and more passes defended. At best Humphrey should perhaps be a Pro Bowl alternate, but no more.

  43. vicnocal says:
    December 18, 2019 at 12:02 pm
    So we’re still doing Fullback, huh? That’s still a thing?

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    Haven’t watched the Ravens and Saints much this year, have you?

  44. Don’t quite know how Earl Thomas got in over Devin McCourty or how Dont’a Hightower got in over Joe Schobert.

  45. touchdowndances says:
    December 18, 2019 at 1:59 pm
    vicnocal says:
    December 18, 2019 at 12:02 pm
    So we’re still doing Fullback, huh? That’s still a thing?

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    Haven’t watched the Ravens and Saints much this year, have you?
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    When only 5-6 teams even use one for 20% of their offensive snaps…..I’d say vicnocal was right here.

  46. vancouversportsbro says:
    December 17, 2019 at 9:03 pm
    I’m glad there are not much patriots. I’m starting to watch college football more as I’m tired of the cheating in the postseason

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    Vancouver = yet another city home to a team Boston sports teams have prevailed over in a championship. So many of them, it’s pretty easy to see where the hate comes from.

  47. Lamar Jackson being from a team with TWELVE pro bowlers. Take him away and you’re left with an entire side of pro bowlers.

    Take away Russell Wilson from the Seahawks and you’re left with… one guy… on defense.

    Which one is proving more valuable to their respective team?

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