Full vote totals for 2020 NFL All-Pro team

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The Associated Press revealed the 2020 NFL All-Pro team on Friday and it included a pair of unanimous selections.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald were both named by all 50 voters. The full voting totals have now been released and the choices at several other positions were nearly as clear cut.

Titans running back Derrick Henry, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Packers wide receiver Davante Adams, Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs, Steelers edge rusher T.J. Watt, Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard, and Bears kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson each received at least 43 votes.

Tyreek Hill of the Chiefs edged DeAndre Hopkins of the Cardinals for the third wide receiver spot by three votes while Colts linebacker Darius Leonard just beat out Devin White of the Buccaneers for the third spot at that position.

Safety was another tight postion. Tyrann Mathieu of the Chiefs had 19 votes and made the first-team with both Budda Baker of the Cardinals and Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick. They tied with 18 votes and Jamal Adams of the Seahawks was fourth with 14 votes.

The full vote totals for this year are below:

Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers, Packers, 46; Josh Allen, Bills, 2; Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs, 2.

Running back: Derrick Henry, Titans, 47; Alvin Kamara, Saints, 3.

Tight end: Travis Kelce, Chiefs, 50.

Wide Receiver: Davante Adams, Packers, 49; Stefon Diggs, Bills, 48; Tyreek Hill, Chiefs, 24; DeAndre Hopkins, Cardinals, 21; Justin Jefferson, Vikings, 5; Calvin Ridley, Falcons, 1; DK Metcalf, Seahawks, 1; Cole Beasley, Bills, 1.

Left Tackle: David Bakhtiari, Packers, 26; Garett Bolles, Broncos, 13; Trent Williams, 49ers, 7; Terron Armstead, Saints, 2; Laremy Tunsil, Texans, 1; Eric Fisher, Chiefs, 1.

Right Tackle: Jack Conklin, Browns, 18; Ryan Ramczyk, Saints, 11; Tristan Wirfs, Buccaneers, 10; Orlando Brown Jr., Ravens, 5; Braden Smith, Colts, 5; Daryl Williams, Bills, 1.

Left Guard: Quenton Nelson, Colts, 24; Joel Bitonio, Browns, 16; Ali Marpet, Buccaneers, 7; Elgton Jenkins, Packers, 2; Rodger Saffold, Titans, 1.

Right Guard: Brandon Scherff, Washington, 23 1-2; Wyatt Teller, Browns, 10; David DeCastro, Steelers, 8 1-2; Zack Martin, Cowboys, 3; Chris Lindstrom, Falcons, 3; Nate Davis, Titans, 2.

Center: Corey Linsley, Packers, 18; Ryan Kelly, Colts, 8; Frank Ragnow, Lions, 8; Rodney Hudson, Raiders, 5; Maurkice Pouncey, Steelers, 4; Jason Kelce, Eagles, 2; Ben Jones, Titans, 2; JC Tretter, Browns, 1; Mitch Morse, Bills, 1; Erik McCoy, Saints, 1.

Edge Rushers: T.J. Watt, Steelers, 47; Myles Garrett, Browns, 36; Khalil Mack, Bears, 6; Za’Darius Smith, Packers, 4; Trey Hendrickson, Saints, 3; Haason Reddick, Cardinals, 2; Brandon Graham, Eagles, 1; Cam Jordan, Saints, 1.

Interior Linemen: Aaron Donald, Rams, 50; DeForest Buckner, Colts, 25; Chris Jones, Chiefs, 10; Cam Heyward, Steelers, 8; Grady Jarrett, Falcons, 2; Leonard Williams, Giants, 2; Ndamukong Suh, Buccaneers, 1; Quinnen Williams, Jets, 1; Stephon Tuitt, Steelers, 1.

Linebackers: Fred Warner, 49ers, 39; Bobby Wagner, Seahawks, 35; Darius Leonard, Colts, 18; Devin White, Buccaneers, 16; Demario Davis, Saints, 14; Lavonte David, Buccaneers, 10; Roquan Smith, Bears, 10; Eric Kendricks, Vikings, 3; Blake Martinez, Giants, 2; Myles Jack, Jaguars, 1; Zach Cunningham, Texans, 1; Deion Jones, Falcons, 1.

Cornerbacks: Xavien Howard, Dolphins, 47; Jalen Ramsey, Rams, 25; Jaire Alexander, Packers, 18; Tre’Davious White, Bills, 6; Marlon Humphrey, Ravens, 2; James Bradberry, Giants, 1; J.C. Jackson, Patriots, 1.

Safeties: Tyrann Mathieu, Chiefs, 19; Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers, 18; Budda Baker, Cardinals, 18; Jamal Adams, Seahawks, 14; Jessie Bates III, Bengals, 8; Justin Simmons, Broncos, 6; Adrian Amos, Packers, 6; John Johnson III, Rams, 4; Marcus Maye, Jets, 4; Jordan Poyer, Bills, 3.

Kicker: Jason Sanders, Dolphins, 23; Justin Tucker, Ravens, 11; Younghoe Koo, Falcons, 10; Jason Myers, Seahawks, 4; Graham Gano, Giants, 1; Mason Crosby, Packers, 1.

Punter: Jake Bailey, Patriots, 26; Jack Fox, Lions, 12; Michael Dickson, Seahawks, 9; Corey Bojorquez, Bills, 2; Tress Way, Washington, 1.

Kick Returner: Cordarrelle Patterson, Bears, 43; Andre Roberts, Bills, 7.

Punt Returner: Gunner Olszewski, Patriots, 28; Jakeem Grant, Dolphins, 11; Andre Roberts, Bills, 6; Ray-Ray McCloud, Steelers, 3; Hunter Renfrow, Raiders, 1; Nyheim Hines, Colts, 1.

Special Teamer: George Odum, Colts, 28; Matthew Slater, Patriots, 7; Zeke Turner, Cardinals, 4; Nick Bellore, Seahawks 4; Justin Bethel, Patriots, 2; Dennis Gardeck, Cardinals, 1; Gunner Olszewski, Patriots, 1; Andre Roberts, Bills, 1; Cordarrelle Patterson, Bears, 1; Tyler Matakevich, Bills, 1.

Long Snapper: Morgan Cox, Ravens, 27; Luke Rhodes, Colts, 8; Tyler Ott, Seahawks, 7; Jon Weeks, Texans, 2; L.P. Ladouceur, Cowboys, 2; Rick Lovato, Eagles, 1; Charley Hughlett, Browns, 1; Nick Sundberg, Washington, 1; J.J. Jansen, Panthers, 1.

19 responses to “Full vote totals for 2020 NFL All-Pro team

  1. one take away- whoever gave their all pro vote to beasley and ridley should not be allowed to vote again.

  2. QB vote is heavily skewed given limited daylight between the 3. Mahomes and Allen had more yards. Rodgers had 51 total TD to Allen’s 45 and Mahome’s 40. Rodgers and Mahomes were single digit on INTs with Allen having 10. Mahomes had the best won-loss record. Throw all of that in a blender and maybe Rodgers squeaks out the 1st team nod but it isn’t some kind of runaway.

  3. No Patriots QB with a vote? No QB on that incredible stable of QBs NE has got a vote? I’m shocked I tell you, shocked.

  4. Been that kind of year – the Patriots have the punter and punt returner as all pros.

  5. 4 of the 5 Browns O-linemen are on there. All except the promising rookie. Also, no Nick Chubb. I’m surprised.

  6. Corey Bojorquez of the Bills was the only punter to average over 50 yds per punt. He also recorded the longest punt of the season-72 yds.

  7. Gotta feel for Mason Crosby. He went 100% but gets slighted for not having been needed to even try a game winner. Too bad for him the Packer offense is so damn good.

  8. Keanu says:
    January 8, 2021 at 2:37 pm
    Gotta feel for Mason Crosby. He went 100% but gets slighted for not having been needed to even try a game winner. Too bad for him the Packer offense is so damn good.

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    Yep. 12 had more TD’s than the team had punts and Davante had more TD’s than the team had FG’s.

    Crazy year.

  9. First things first, I’m a Vikings fan. Regardless, this whole is BS for neither Dalvin Cook nor Harrison Smith getting a vote. The Vikings highly-ranked offense would be nothing without Cook, and the mostly-rookie-and-injury-replacement-riddled Vikings defense would’ve been all-worldly bad without Smith covering for them. That being said, the voters did get it somewhat right with Jefferson on the 2nd team.

  10. prophessor4 says:
    January 8, 2021 at 1:14 pm
    one take away- whoever gave their all pro vote to beasley and ridley should not be allowed to vote again. Peter King admitted on PFT Live this morning that he gave Beasley the vote at WR. He rationalized the vote by saying he wanted all his votes to go to an exact position on the field and that the vote for the 3rd WR should have been for a SLOT WR.

  11. I understand Dalvin Cook but why should Harrison Smith get a vote? He has had some of worst tackling this year on a terrible defense.

    Chris Carson ran a 30 yard TD with Smith flowing like a cape in the wind. That should have rubbed his name of the ballot

  12. Mike Evans should have at least had 1 vote. Regardless of Brady-and missed games due to injury- dude still made history this season as the only player in NFL history to start their career with 7 consecutive 1000 yd seasons. And he did it through injury this season and several others. If that’s not the definition of “All Pro”- I don’t know what is…

  13. Quinnen Williams or Leonard Williams over Ed Oliver? The guy can play every position on the DL, right now he’s asked to play over the C most of the times absorbing double teams more often than not. Guy is a beast.

  14. Kind of funny that you can earn all-pro honors as a long snapper. Not saying that it isn’t an important position, it just seems like it would be really difficult to tell the difference between any of them. You only notice them when they screw up, which is almost never it seems.

  15. Who are some of these clowns that vote for people that obviously are not the best at their own position? Good ol ‘merica. Wasted votes.

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