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NFL Pro Bowl Selections 2022: Voting Results and Full List of Players Announced

Scott Polacek

The 2022 Pro Bowl rosters have arrived.

The rosters were announced Wednesday during an NFL Network broadcast, and many of the league's top players earned an invite. Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers highlight the group that was chosen based on votes from fans, players and coaches with each group accounting for one-third of the final decision.

On Monday, the NFL announced Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor, San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk and Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs were the top five vote-getters across the league.

Here is a look at the selections by team:

NFC Selections

Arizona Cardinals

Atlanta Falcons

Carolina Panthers

Chicago Bears

Dallas Cowboys

Detroit Lions

Green Bay Packers

Los Angeles Rams

New Orleans Saints

New York Giants

Minnesota Vikings

Philadelphia Eagles

San Francisco 49ers

Seattle Seahawks

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Washington Football Team

AFC Selections

Baltimore Ravens

Buffalo Bills

Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland Browns

Denver Broncos

Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts

Jacksonville Jaguars

Kansas City Chiefs

Las Vegas Raiders

Los Angeles Chargers

Miami Dolphins

New England Patriots

New York Jets

Pittsburgh Steelers

Tennessee Titans

The quarterbacks are always going to stand out when it comes to a list of Pro Bowl players, and this year is no different.

Brady has followed up his Super Bowl winning season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with another impressive individual effort even at 44 years old, and he is joined by some of the league's most notable signal-callers in Mahomes, Justin Herbert, Aaron Rodgers, Lamar Jackson and Kyler Murray.

Anything short of a high-scoring Pro Bowl will be a surprise if all of those players end up under center at some point during the game.

It won't only be a quarterback show, as Taylor led the league in fan voting for a reason.

The Colts running back has catapulted himself into the MVP discussion with 1,518 rushing yards, 336 receiving yards and 19 total touchdowns while helping lead the Colts into the playoff picture at 8-6 despite a 1-4 start to the season.

He went over 100 yards rushing in eight of his last 11 games and scored at least one touchdown in each contest during that span.

The NFC will have its best defenders tasked with stopping him, but that will be much easier said than done considering how dominant Taylor has been throughout the campaign. That the defense will also have to account for pass-catchers such as Tyreek Hill, Keenan Allen, Ja'Marr Chase and Stefon Diggs on the outside when the AFC has the ball will make it all the more difficult.

This season's Pro Bowl will take place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Feb. 6 at 3 p.m. ET.


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