Full vote totals for 2021 NFL All-Pro team

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The Associated Press revealed its 2021 NFL All-Pro team on Friday and the group had five unanimous selections.

Rams receiver Cooper Kupp, Packers receiver Davante Adams, Colts running back Jonathan Taylor, Steelers edge rusher T.J. Watt, and Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald were each selected by all 50 voters.

Cowboys right guard Zack Martin (46), Cowboys Linebacker Micah Parsons (46), 49ers left tackle Trent Williams (46), Colts linebacker Darius Leonard (44), Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (41), Titans safety Kevin Byard (41), and Ravens kicker Justin Tucker (40) were the other seven players to cross the 40-vote threshold.

Also notably, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers edged Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady in voting 34-16, which is a sign that Rodgers is on track to win his second consecutive MVP award. Rodgers was also the first-team All-Pro quarterback last year, but received 46 votes. Buffalo’s Josh Allen and Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes received two votes each in 2020.

At receiver, San Francisco’s Deebo Samuel just beat out Minnesota’s Justin Jefferson for the third spot at first-team receiver. Samuel received 21 votes to Jefferson’s 20. Punter was also close, as Las Vegas’ A.J. Cole’s 21 votes beat Dallas’ Bryan Anger’s 18.

Below are the full vote totals for this year’s AP All-Pro team:

Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers, Packers, 34; Tom Brady, Buccaneers, 16.

Running back: Jonathan Taylor, Colts, 50.

Tight end: Mark Andrews, Ravens, 41; Travis Kelce, Chiefs, 9.

Wide receiver: Davante Adams, Packers, 50; Cooper Kupp, Rams, 50; Deebo Samuel, 49ers, 21; Justin Jefferson, Vikings, 20; Ja’Marr Chase, Bengals, 9.

Left tackle: Trent Williams, 49ers, 46; Rashawn Slater, Chargers, 2; Orlando Brown Jr., Chiefs, 1; Tyron Smith, Cowboys, 1.

Right tackle: Tristan Wirfs, Buccaneers, 37; Lane Johnson, Eagles, 10; Brian O’Neill, Vikings, 3.

Left guard: Joel Bitonio, Browns, 28; Quenton Nelson, Colts, 13; Joe Thuney, Chiefs, 6; Ali Marpet, Buccaneers, 2; Rodger Saffold, Titans, 1.

Right guard: Zack Martin, Cowboys, 46; Wyatt Teller, Browns, 2; Shaq Mason, Patriots, 1; Brandon Scherff, Washington, 1.

Center: Jason Kelce, Eagles, 21; Corey Linsley, Chargers, 11; Creed Humphrey, Chiefs, 10; Ryan Jensen, Buccaneers, 5; Ryan Kelly, Colts, 3.

Edge rushers: T.J. Watt, Steelers, 50; Myles Garrett, Browns, 29; Robert Quinn, Bears, 9; Maxx Crosby, Raiders, 6; Nick Bosa, 49ers, 5; Joey Bosa, Chargers, 1.

Interior Linemen: Aaron Donald, Rams, 50; Cam Heyward, Steelers, 19; Chris Jones, Chiefs, 10; Jeffery Simmons, Titans, 10; DeForest Buckner, Colts, 5; Kenny Clark, Packers, 2; Vita Vea, Buccaneers, 2; Jonathan Allen, Washington, 2.

Linebackers: Micah Parsons, Cowboys, 46; Darius Leonard, Colts, 44; De’Vondre Campbell, Packers, 18; Demario Davis, Saints, 10; Roquan Smith, Bears, 10; Bobby Wagner, Seahawks, 7; Lavonte David, Buccaneers, 3; Matthew Judon, Patriots, 3; Denzel Perryman, Raiders, 2; Foye Oluokun, Falcons, 2; C.J. Mosley, Jets, 1; Jordyn Brooks, Seahawks, 1; Devin White, Buccaneers, 1; Matt Milano, Bills, 1; Tremaine Edmunds, Bills, 1.

Cornerbacks: Trevon Diggs, Cowboys, 33; Jalen Ramsey, Rams, 32; J.C. Jackson, Patriots, 25; A.J. Terrell, Falcons, 8; Darius Slay, Eagles, 1; Marshon Lattimore, Saints, 1.

Safeties: Kevin Byard, Titans, 41; Jordan Poyer, Bills, 12; Budda Baker, Cardinals, 10; Justin Simmons, Broncos, 10; Micah Hyde, Bills, 10; Derwin James, Chargers, 5; Quandre Diggs, Seahawks, 3; Marcus Williams, Saints, 3; Adrian Phillips, Patriots, 2; Antoine Winfield Jr., Buccaneers, 1; Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers, 1; Tyrann Mathieu, Chiefs, 1; Harrison Smith, Vikings, 1.

Placekicker: Justin Tucker, Ravens, 40; Daniel Carlson, Raiders, 8; Nick Folk, Patriots, 1; Matt Gay, Rams, 1.

Punter: AJ Cole, Raiders, 21; Bryan Anger, Cowboys 18; Michael Dickson, Seahawks, 5; Logan Cooke, Jaguars, 3; Sam Martin, Broncos, 1; Johnny Hekker, Rams, 1; Cameron Johnson, Texans, 1.

Kick returner: Braxton Berrios, Jets, 27; Andre Roberts, Chargers, 13; Kene Nwangwu, Vikings, 7; Isaiah McKenzie, Bills, 1; Jakeem Grant, Bears, 1; Devin Duvernay, Ravens, 1.

Punt returner: Devin Duvernay, Ravens, 28; Jakeem Grant, Bears, 20; Braxton Berrios, Jets, 2.

Special teamer: J.T. Gray, Saints, 18; Matthew Slater, Patriots, 10; Ashton Dulin, Colts, 10; Miles Killebrew, Steelers, 3; Matt Adams, Colts, 3; Frankie Luvu, Panthers, 2; E.J. Speed, Colts, 1; Nick Bellore, Seahawks 1; Derek Watt, Steelers, 1

Long snapper: Luke Rhodes, Colts, 22; Josh Harris, Falcons, 12; Morgan Cox, Titans, 4; Trent Sieg, Raiders, 4; Nick Moore, Ravens, 3; Joe Cardona, Patriots, 3.

29 responses to “Full vote totals for 2021 NFL All-Pro team

  1. One surprise I see off the bat is Ja’Marr Chase getting 9 votes to Deebo Samuel having 21. No offense to Samuel but Chase had more touchdowns and averaged 18 yards per grab while having slightly more receptions. Granted Samuel had crummier QB’s but Chase is deserving of more than 9 votes.

  2. Mandrews was a beast this year and one of the few bright spots for the Ravens this year. !!!! And man, I wish the Ravens never let OB Jr go. SMH at that one still.

  3. Looks pretty solid. I don’t think Debo Samuelson is better than Jamar Chase but both are still young.

  4. A quarterback who’s not top 10 all-time is ranked ahead of Brady with fewer touchdowns, passing yards, and less competition? What a joke. He should be disqualified for playing the Lions, Bears and Vikings twice.

  5. bengals4life says:
    January 14, 2022 at 1:30 pm
    Looks pretty solid. I don’t think Debo Samuelson is better than Jamar Chase but both are still young.
    —————–
    I get your desire to boost Chase. He’s awesome and definitely deserves recognition. But I wouldn’t pick him over Samuel. Samuel had 50 fewer yards than Chase in 1 less game. He has better avg ypc. Chase has more TDs. It’s a toss up.
    Overall as a weapon and dangerous player Deebo is better than Chase.

  6. jameshodges says:
    January 14, 2022 at 1:42 pm

    A quarterback who’s not top 10 all-time is ranked ahead of Brady with fewer touchdowns, passing yards, and less competition?

    +++++

    Jameis Winston threw for 5,000+ yards in that offense with less talented weapons.

  7. Trevon Diggs 1st team All Pro?!? Watch the tape. Yeah he had alot of interceptions but he was getting torched and taken to school when he wasnt catching the ball. If he wants to be more consistent hes going to have to stop trying to jump every move he sees.

  8. Creed Humphrey was rated the best center in the game, and gets 3rd in voting. Looks to still be a name recognition contest. Dumb!

  9. CJ Mosely and Jordyn Brooks got an all pro vote? Do some of these voters even watch football?

  10. Who is voting for Orlando Brown? Ridiculous. He dreams of being half as good as Kolton Miller.

  11. De’Vondre Campbell should had received more votes as well as Kenny Clark, do you think Hub Arkush voted for number 12?

  12. If Matt Gay goes 3 for 3 this weekend including a 66 yarder he will catch up to Tucker. Anyone that didn’t vote for JT can’t claim a shred of objectivity. Led the league in field goal percentage, perfect PAT’s, and made a 66 yarder at the buzzer to win a game. Come on!

  13. Why is it that 4 kickers are selected, 6 punters selected, 6 return men selected, but only 3 players are selected for the most important position in all of sports?

  14. Edged

    Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers edged Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady in voting 34-16

    … edged

    34÷50 = 68%

  15. I am surprised Captain Kirk Cousins didn’t get at least one vote. Just ‘cause the Vikes keep missing the playoffs doesn’t mean there wasn’t someone vastly contributing to their demise….

  16. davemishsr says:
    January 14, 2022 at 1:07 pm
    One surprise I see off the bat is Ja’Marr Chase getting 9 votes to Deebo Samuel having 21. No offense to Samuel but Chase had more touchdowns and averaged 18 yards per grab while having slightly more receptions. Granted Samuel had crummier QB’s but Chase is deserving of more than 9 votes.
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    Deebo had more total yards 1770-1476 and more total TDs 14-13 than Chase. Samuel rushed for 365 and 8 TDs, while Chase rushed for 21 yards and 0 TDs. They’re both amazing young WRs, and both fun to watch, but Deebo probably deserves the slight nod based on overall production (he also threw for a TD). Not to mention he just punishes tacklers.

  17. Looking at these totals just further proves that voters have personal preferences and it has nothing to do with the play of a individual.

  18. TE:
    1 George Kittle (by far no one close)
    2 Kyle Pitts
    3 Darren Waller
    4 Travis Kelce
    5 Mark Andrews (got the numbers cause team has no one else on offense)

  19. jameshodges says:
    January 14, 2022 at 1:42 pm
    A quarterback who’s not top 10 all-time is ranked ahead of Brady with fewer touchdowns, passing yards, and less competition? What a joke. He should be disqualified for playing the Lions, Bears and Vikings twice.
    _——–_————–

    Haha, that’s funny. There has never been a moment in time where Brady was better than Rodgers. Give Rodgers Bill Belichick for 20 years and give Brady Mike McCarthy and Matt Lefleur and then get back to me. Are you a Lions fan or something

  20. packerlies says:
    January 14, 2022 at 2:24 pm
    jameshodges says:
    January 14, 2022 at 1:42 pm

    A quarterback who’s not top 10 all-time is ranked ahead of Brady with fewer touchdowns, passing yards, and less competition?

    +++++

    Jameis Winston threw for 5,000+ yards in that offense with less talented weapons.

    ————-
    I think Winston also threw for 1000+ yards to the other team that year too.

  21. “Haha, that’s funny. There has never been a moment in time where Brady was better than Rodgers.”

    ——-

    Brady went to type a response but his hands were bogged down with the 6 more Super Bowl rings than Rodgers he was wearing.

    I don’t know—that might be at least *one* moment in time that Brady was better than Rodgers…

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