On Friday, vibrant defensive star Aaron Donald (Aaron Donald) and unstoppable near-end Travis Kelce (Travis Kelce) were the unanimous choices of the Associated Press NFL All-Pro team.
Donald and Kelce voted from a national panel of 50 media members who regularly report on the alliance. This is the sixth time that Donald has been selected as an all-professional player. He has helped the Los Angeles Rams win the NFL’s top defense, and is also Kansas City’s record-breaking Kelce third. Times selected.
“I think the best display is to make people around you better,”
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes praised Kelce for his way of working.
“He works hard every day, practices every day, and makes sure he is prepared for these moments,” Mahomes said. “For someone who has so much talent, works hard and can really learn every day, this is why he is so special in this field.”
Joining Donald and Kelce are 15 players returning to the team and 14 newcomers. Seattle guard Bobby Wagner (Bobby Wagner) also entered the sixth team.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said: “Over the years, the outstanding durability he has shown for the center back has just come out.”
Aaron Rodgers, who led Green Bay (13-3) to the NFC top seed, became his third team, as did the Chiefs’ successor Tyreek Hill. Tennessee’s 2,000-yard rusher Derrick Henry, Buffalo’s strong passer Stefon Diggs (leading the NFL in the catch and yard zone), and Rogers’ favorite target, Davant Adams, are all First selected.
“For me, to be honest, I think it’s just a discovery of other little things that I can be good at,” Adams said. “I feel like a very complete receiver. … This is just fine-tuning what I am good at and thinking of a way to make them better.”
During the offseason, Minnesota traded Diggs to Buffalo, and then had a huge impact when Bills won the first AFC East in 25 years.
Diggs said: “For me, no matter what state I am in, I will accept or choose. The first thing I always want to do is to win the respect of my teammates and coaches. That is by grinding away (connecting) and continuing Grind and put it in, then let the chips fall in place.”
Packers and Colts both have four All-Pros. Green Bay left tackle David Bakhtiari (David Bakhtiari) made his second appearance, while Corey Linsley (Corey Linsley) made his first appearance. Indianapolis’ defense has inside forward DeForest Buckner and guard Darius Leonard (Darius Leonard), and left back Quenton Nelson (Quenton Nelson) on offense. ), and George Odum (George Odum) is a special teammate. Nelson is a three-time All-Pro player, Leonard is a double choice, and Buckner and Odum are shortlisted for the first time.
In the end, Cleveland right back Jack Conklin (second overall) and Washington right back Brandon Shelf (first overall) ended the offense.
The defensive sharp also includes TJ Watt of the Wing Charge, who is the head of the NFL Pittsburgh sack for his second All-Pro team, and the new immigrant Myles Garrett from Cleveland. San Francisco guard Fred Warner (first selection); League’s interception leaders Miami’s Xavien Howard (first) and Rams’ Jalen Ramsey (second); and security second time is Kansas City’s Tyrann Mathieu (third place), Minkah Fitzpatrick of Pittsburgh and Budda Baker of Arizona. There is a tie for second safety point between Fitzpatrick and Baker.
In 2020, the flutist position is a new member of the All-Pro team, and Morgan Cox of Baltimore is the best choice. Cordarrelle Patterson, a returnee from Chicago kicker, was shortlisted for the fourth time. The remaining special team positions are newcomers: Miami kicker Jason Sanders, New England punter Jack Bailey and punt returnee Gunnar Orsevsky.
The repeaters for 2019 are Donald, Wagner, Nelson, Watt, Fitzpatrick, Mathieu and Patterson.
A total of 18 players represent AFC, which is considered the strongest conference of the season, and 11 represent NFC. Half of the 32 clubs have all-pro players in 2020.
AP professional football writers Josh Dubow and Simmi Buttar, sports writers Dave Skretta, John Wawrow, Steve Megargee and Tim Booth contributed.
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