Travis Kelce, Aaron Donald unanimously selected as All-Pros

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Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald highlight this year’s All-Pro team, as the only two players who were selected by all 50 Associated Press voters.

The full first-team All-Pro squad is below:

Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers, Packers
Wide receiver: Tyreek Hill, Chiefs; Stefon Diggs, Bills; Davante Adams Packers
Running back: Derrick Henry, Titans
Tight end: Travis Kelce, Chiefs
Left tackle: David Bakhtiari, Packers
Left guard Quenton Nelson, Colts
Center: Corey Linsley, Packers
Right guard: Brandon Scherff, Washington
Right tackle: Jack Conklin, Browns

Edge rusher: T.J. Watt, Steelers; Myles Garrett, Browns
Defensive tackle: Aaron Donald, Rams; DeForest Buckner, Colts
Linebacker: Bobby Wagner, Seahawks; Darius Leonard, Colts; Fred Warner, 49ers
Cornerback: Xavien Howard, Dolphins; Jalen Ramsey, Rams
Safety: Tyrann Mathieu, Chiefs; Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers (tie) and Budda Baker, Cardinals (tie)

Special teamer: George Odum, Colts
Long snapper: Morgan Cox, Ravens
Kickoff returner: Cordarrelle Patterson, Bears
Kicker: Jason Sanders, Dolphins
Punter: Jake Bailey, Patriots
Punt returner: Gunner Olszewski, Patriots

24 responses to “Travis Kelce, Aaron Donald unanimously selected as All-Pros

  1. Mahomes over Rodgers. He won more games with comparable stats against better competition while starting one less game.

  2. Who on earth didn’t vote for TJ Watt for All Pro? How could he not be unanimous after the year he’s had?

  3. If this is your starting team, is there anybody that can beat them? Maybe Bills, Seahawks? Can’t count chiefs because they’d be down 87, 10, and 32.

  4. I don’t diminish the fact that Bobby Wagner is still a top linebacker, but there is no way he had more impact at the position than Devin White had for Tampa. He was a stud all year.

  5. Saints DE Trey Hendrickson tied Aaron Donald’s regular season sacks total on 200 fewer snaps.

  6. I’m just here for the part where people complain that their favourite player didn’t get a unanimous vote

  7. No Brady???

    [sarcasm].
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    No, but what looks pretty stupid now is anyone trying to suggest Kyler Murrary over Brady for Pro Bowl. Also, remember when Manning used to be in the same conversation as Brady for GOAT? Wow, that was pathetic. Fun times

  8. lengai says:
    January 8, 2021 at 1:04 pm
    Saints DE Trey Hendrickson tied Aaron Donald’s regular season sacks total on 200 fewer snaps.

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    stats like this are very cool, but anybody with a set of working eye balls knows that it doesn’t mean TH is even sniffing the level of talent and dominance that AD displays every week

  9. 50 Associated Press voters? It’s likely 49 are smitten with their “favs” and have blindly drooled over them all year in their articles.
    Objectivity is not in their vocabulary. Hubris, however, is front and center.

  10. Not that it matters but Jason Myers didn’t miss a field goal the whole season and isn’t all pro? Not sure what else he could do.

  11. JJ WATT NOT UNANIMOUS
    Looks like three voters aren’t smart enough to distinguish him from his brother JJ…and thought he only had 5 sacks this year. I can’t think of another reason…

  12. Good for Gunner!!! Unfortunately Buccaneers got no love this year, especially Brady with 40 passing touchdowns and doesn’t make the Pro Bowl? Kyle Murray only has 26 with 11 rushing TD’s for a team that didn’t even make the expanded playoffs but somehow gets the nod. While Jason Pierre-Paul is the lone Buc to get any recognition?

  13. Good for Jalen Ramsey. Dominant as Donald is, he’s just one guy and they needed more talent there. Ramsey put their defense at no 1 overall.

    Speaking of Donald, he’s the only Ram player ever to be named first team All Pro by the AP six times.

  14. ktoast says:
    January 8, 2021 at 1:13 pm
    lengai says:
    January 8, 2021 at 1:04 pm
    Saints DE Trey Hendrickson tied Aaron Donald’s regular season sacks total on 200 fewer snaps.

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    stats like this are very cool, but anybody with a set of working eye balls knows that it doesn’t mean TH is even sniffing the level of talent and dominance that AD displays every week

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    I recommend you watch Hendrickson play. 3 consecutive sacks on 3 consecutive plays in one game is elite period. He has to continue to play more then one season at that level granted (and is unfortunately not playing Sunday); however, he has been one of the top defenders in the league this year. His name is just not a household name.

  15. “JJ WATT NOT UNANIMOUS
    Looks like three voters aren’t smart enough to distinguish him from his brother JJ”

    Look who’s talking.

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