Chiefs, Ravens, Packers, Seahawks each have seven Pro Bowlers

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The Chiefs, Packers, Ravens and Seahawks tied for the most Pro Bowlers, with each team getting seven. The NFL announced the 2021 AFC and NFC Pro Bowl rosters Monday night.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the favorites for the MVP award, headline the lists.

The NFL will not play the Pro Bowl Game, meaning the 88 players selected Monday are the only all-star players for the 2020 season.

2021 AFC Pro Bowl roster by position

*Denotes starter

QB Patrick Mahomes* Chiefs
QB Josh Allen Bills
QB Deshaun Watson Texans
RB Derrick Henry* Titans
RB Nick Chubb Browns
RB Josh Jacobs Raiders
WR Tyreek Hill* Chiefs
WR Stefon Diggs* Bills
WR Keenan Allen Chargers
WR A.J. Brown Titans
TE Travis Kelce* Chiefs
TE Darren Waller Raiders
FB Patrick Ricard* Ravens
T Laremy Tunsil* Texans
T Eric Fisher* Chiefs
T Orlando Brown Ravens
G Quenton Nelson* Colts
G Joel Bitonio* Browns
G David DeCastro Steelers
C Maurkice Pouncey* Steelers
C Ryan Kelly Colts
DE Myles Garrett* Browns
DE Joey Bosa* Chargers
DE Frank Clark Chiefs
DT Chris Jones* Chiefs
DT Cameron Heyward* Steelers
DT Calais Campbell Ravens
OLB T.J. Watt* Steelers
OLB Bradley Chubb* Broncos
OLB Matt Judon Ravens
ILB Darius Leonard* Colts
ILB Tremaine Edmunds Bills
CB Xavien Howard* Dolphins
CB Tre'Davious White* Bills
CB Marlon Humphrey Ravens
CB Stephon Gilmore Patriots
FS Minkah Fitzpatrick* Steelers
FS Justin Simmons Broncos
SS Tyrann Mathieu* Chiefs
LS Morgan Cox* Ravens
P Jake Bailey* Patriots
K Justin Tucker* Ravens
RS Andre Roberts* Bills
ST Matthew Slater Patriots

2021 NFC Pro Bowl roster by position

*Denotes starter

QB Aaron Rodgers* Packers
QB Russell Wilson Seahawks
QB Kyler Murray Cardinals
RB Dalvin Cook* Vikings
RB Alvin Kamara Saints
RB Aaron Jones Packers
WR Davante Adams* Packers
WR DeAndre Hopkins* Cardinals
WR DK Metcalf Seahawks
WR Justin Jefferson Vikings
TE T.J. Hockenson* Lions
TE Evan Engram Giants
FB Kyle Juszczyk* 49ers
T David Bakhtiari* Packers
T Trent Williams* 49ers
T Terron Armstead Saints
G Brandon Scherff* Washington Football Team
G Elgton Jenkins* Packers
G Andrus Peat Saints
C Jason Kelce* Eagles
C Frank Ragnow Lions
DE Cameron Jordan* Saints
DE Brandon Graham* Eagles
DE Chase Young Washington Football Team
DT Aaron Donald* Rams
DT Fletcher Cox* Eagles
DT Grady Jarrett Falcons
OLB Khalil Mack* Bears
OLB Za'Darius Smith* Packers
OLB Jason Pierre-Paul Buccaneers
ILB Bobby Wagner* Seahawks
ILB Fred Warner 49ers
CB Jalen Ramsey* Rams
CB Jaire Alexander* Packers
CB Marshon Lattimore Saints
CB James Bradberry Giants
FS Quandre Diggs* Seahawks
SS Budda Baker* Cardinals
SS Jamal Adams Seahawks
LS Tyler Ott* Seahawks
P Jack Fox* Lions
K Younghoe Koo* Falcons
RS Cordarrelle Patterson* Bears
ST Nick Bellore* Seahawks

67 responses to “Chiefs, Ravens, Packers, Seahawks each have seven Pro Bowlers

  1. I’m surprised Jason Pierre-Paul was the only one selected from Tampa Bay. That team has a lot of talent.

  2. I would have gone with Brady over Murray but it’s a close call. Murray certainly deserving

  3. Glad to see Elgy made it. Elgton Jenkins in my opinion is a Top 5 OL in the NFL. Yes, not Top 5 guard, but Top 5 of all OL. Elgy can play all 5 positions on the line and has had to play 4 this season.

    A-Rod, Jaire, Tae, Bakh, Z, and Jonesy of course are all on the Pro Bowlers list too.


  4. Soon to be All Pro Defo Buckner not good enough to make the Pro Bowl.

    DeForest Buckner: 52 tackles, 7.5 sacks, 8 TFL, 24 QB hits, 1 PBU, 2 FF, 1 FR

    Cameron Heyward: 42 tackles, 3 sacks, 5 TFL, 17 QB hits, 3 PBU, INT

    Calais Campbell: 27 tackles, 4 sacks, 5 TFL, 10 QB hits, 6 PBU

  5. The fact that gilmore is on the list makes the pro bowl selection a joke

    He wasnt even the best corner on his own team this year.

  6. Mathew Slater should be a first ballot hall of famer when he retires. This his 10th pro bowl and he may be greatest special teamer in league histoy

  7. Wish that no Bucs had been chosen (though not much difference between 0 and 1). Would’ve been great bulletin board material.

  8. Seahawks have one of the historically worst pass defenses in the history of the NFL… and two of their starters made the Pro Bowl. OK, maybe Adams with his sacks, but they aren’t a good secondary. Now, their Punter is the best at kicking inside the 20 and averages 50 and the and their PK hasn’t missed a FG this year, and neither of them made it.

  9. Jc Jackson has 8 interceptions and isn’t on this list? Deforest buckner should have gotten in over calais campbell. He’s a monster.

  10. Again this only further proves it is a popularity vote. Some of these players are clearly not the best at their positions.

  11. Packers defense is well represented. They’ve been improving steadily. As of today; 8th in yards allowed, 9th against the pass, 11th against the run. Adequate. It’s certainly better than the Vikings at 23rd, 23rd, and 24th respectively.

  12. ariani1985 says:
    December 21, 2020 at 7:43 pm
    How on earth can you leave out packers on the 32nd ranked defense?


    Bruh, do you even watch football? Packers defense ranked #8 currently. 14 spots higher that your vaunted #22 ranked Vikings.

  13. Tremaine Edmunds made the Pro Bowl??? As a Bills fan I can tell you that is entirely undeserved. Edmunds was injured and missed early season games. When he was on the field he was ineffective. He has been better the last few weeks but there have got to be more deserving ILBs.

  14. Jack Fox has been kicking the laces out of the ball for Detroit.

    TJ Hockenson has had a solid year, with Kittle injured it’s next Hawkeye up for NFC tight ends.

    Frank Ragnow is a monster, criminally underrated because of the Lions poor offensive production (see Fox, Jack above).

  15. Those are two really good teams! I’d give it to the AFC if they actually played though.

  16. Not exactly bragging rights since no one ever cares about this meaningless game.
    Well, except for the five fans who are really bummed that they won’t be playing it this year.

  17. Jamal Adam’s? Does he even play safety or in the secondary anymore? Surprised White from Tampa wasn’t chosen as well.

  18. Honestly hard to take this list seriously. JC Jackson had a better year than Gilmore…..that’s just for starters. Murray is a reach and Baker on the dolphins was a monster all year. Name recognition means a lot but it shouldn’t. Tucker is a great kicker but Sanders was better this year. Slater makes it every year …why?

  19. Clark over Ogbah is a joke. Not even close. I get it, Clark plays for KC and Ogbah for Miami but come on man?!?! Really

  20. Biggest pro bowl snub this season? Bills P Corey Bojorquez. Leads the NFL in average punt length and has the longest punt of the season. Hes also near the fewest returns allowed. Nobody voted for him because he sees the field so infrequently nobody knows his name. The guy has been nothing short of spectacular though

  21. Bills have 2 offense; 2 defense; 1 special teams.
    I agree about the punter.
    Otherwise good & fair picks.

  22. Should be at least three browns among the afc offensive line. No Wyatt Teller on the roster nullifies the whole darn thing!

  23. If you watch the Chiefs, you have to question Clark for sure. He’s been MIA all year. Jones is questionable too, makes a few big plays but has also been far less visible. Mathieu gets some interceptions but he has got to be the softest safety in the league. He drives me nuts grabbing at guys and missing tackles. Then he makes one tackle and he acts like he’s a great tackler. Love my Chiefs, but I don’t think any of the defenders belong on the list.

  24. The Bengals suck, but Jesse Bates has been the best safety in the NFL by every metric.

  25. Campbell being there is a big surprise and I’m all Ravens. My boy buckner should’ve been there. JC Jackson?!?! But gilmore’s there’s smh I was surprised to see clark and Tunsil too. Becton should be there instead.

  26. If an 11-3 team has only 2 position starters (not counting Andre Roberts), then that means Sean McDermott is coach of the year, amirite?

  27. This list should be compiled by the actual NFL players….they know who’s playing great.

  28. Thought Tonyan should have been picked tho hard to complain when 7 make it. Congrats to Jenkins tho! Didnt think he’d make it because he’s played about everywhere on the line. Fabulous young player. Well done young Man!

  29. The commentary here here is almost as good as that which will surely follow today’s Power Rankings. Almost.

  30. I’m a Ravens fan and will happily admit that Campbell being on there over Buckner and Judon being on there over just about anyone is a joke. But people complaining about Tucker? Come on. Two of his 3 misses this year have been from 57 and 61 yards at the end of a half. You want him at the end of a game more than anyone and that’s the bottom line

  31. It’s certainly better than the Vikings at 23rd, 23rd, and 24th respectively.

    Dude, why do you guys care SO much about the Vikings??
    Enjoy your season. Jeez.

  32. Shouldn’t every player make the “Pro Bowl”? I mean to eliminate hurt feelings and protect fragile egos?………

  33. jonathankrobinson424 says:
    December 22, 2020 at 8:30 am
    This list should be compiled by the actual NFL players….they know who’s playing great.


    Not if you follow the NFL Top 100 every offseason.

  34. Frazier28/7 says:
    December 22, 2020 at 9:27 am
    Dude, why do you guys care SO much about the Vikings??
    Enjoy your season. Jeez.

    I’m simply reacting to when a usual-suspect Viking troll picks a fight over the Packers for no reason. Read post No.8 in this thread. There’s your battle, not me.

  35. Everyone knows the probowl is popularity contest prone to rote name recognition, not any sort of objective measure. Everyone knows it’s a joke and the best players routinely try to avoid the game itself. So why are they still doing it in this stupid, biased way?

    They should have a selection committee picked from past players and coaches only, the position ballot should include the top 5 players by a broad measure of relevant stats and make winning it mean something… a real financial incentive, a big gaudy ring or whatever.

    Every year they put up the list and there’s so may obvious errors and we all do the “Wha???”. Hey NFL, fix the probowl!

  36. The NFL should not allow multiple votes per IP address, you can literally keep voting over and over for as long as you can stay awake. In fact you can, and most people do, vote multiple times a day as long as the voting is open. In a real election, that’s called stuffing the ballot box.

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