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49ers’ Nick Bosa, Kyle Juszczyk among top vote-getters for Pro Bowl

Nov 24, 2021 at 7:32 AM--

Voting for the upcoming Pro Bowl has been underway for a while now. The NFL released some stats on the leading vote-getters so far. Two San Francisco 49ers currently lead their respective positions.

Kyle Juszczyk leads all fullbacks with 70,362 fan votes. Nick Bosa leads NFC defensive ends with 68,143 votes.

Juszczyk, a nine-year veteran, has been named to the last five Pro Bowls, with the first coming in 2016. He is widely considered to be the best fullback in the NFL. Although, his 62.5 overall Pro Football Focus grade this season is his lowest mark since his rookie campaign.

Bosa is proving to be even more dominant than he was in his 2019 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year campaign. He has already surpassed his rookie sack total of nine with a career-high 10 sacks through 10 games this year.

For those who are curious, Deebo Samuel has the second-most votes among NFC wide receivers, behind only Cooper Kupp of the Los Angeles Rams.

MVP candidate, Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor, leads the league with 81,087 votes.

During the final two weeks of the 2022 Pro Bowl voting (December 1-16), fans will also be able to vote directly on Twitter. Fans wishing to do so can tweet the first and last name of the player, the player's official Twitter handle, or a hashtag including the player's first and last name. All three of these methods must include the hashtag #ProBowlVote.

Voting via Twitter is in addition to the online ballot at, which will be available throughout the entire voting period.

The Pro Bowl rosters will be announced on NFL Network on Monday, December 20 at 4:00 p.m. ET.


RB Jonathan Taylor Indianapolis Colts 81,087
WR Cooper Kupp Los Angeles Rams 80,673
TE Travis Kelce Kansas City Chiefs 79,910
DE Myles Garrett Cleveland Browns 76,064
CB Trevon Diggs Dallas Cowboys 75,637


QB AFC Josh Allen, Buffalo 60,443
QB NFC Tom Brady, Tampa Bay 71,126
RB AFC Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis 81,087
RB NFC Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas 54,228
FB AFC Patrick Ricard, Baltimore 47,131
FB NFC Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco 70,362
WR AFC Ja'Marr Chase, Cincinnati 65,532
WR NFC Cooper Kupp, L.A. Rams 80,673
TE AFC Travis Kelce, Kansas City 79,910
TE NFC Kyle Pitts, Atlanta 63,948
T AFC Orlando Brown, Kansas City 26,780
T NFC Terron Armstead, New Orleans 44,135
G AFC Joel Bitonio, Cleveland 38,810
G NFC Zack Martin, Dallas 30,176
C AFC David Andrews, New England 39,504
C NFC Tyler Biadasz, Dallas 30,955
K AFC Justin Tucker, Baltimore 50,551
K NFC Younghoe Koo, Atlanta 26,995
RS AFC Ray-Ray McCloud, Pittsburgh 29,561
RS NFC DeAndre Carter, Washington 35,957
DE AFC Myles Garrett, Cleveland 76,064
DE NFC Nick Bosa, San Francisco 68,143
DT AFC Jeffery Simmons, Tennessee 58,868
DT NFC Aaron Donald, L.A. Rams 69,973
OLB AFC T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh 74,208
OLB NFC Haason Reddick, Carolina 40,225
ILB AFC Denzel Perryman, Las Vegas 36,034
ILB NFC Devin White, Tampa Bay 52,888
CB AFC J.C. Jackson, New England 58,166
CB NFC Trevon Diggs, Dallas 75,637
SS AFC Kareem Jackson, Denver 46,976
SS NFC Budda Baker, Arizona 41,404
FS AFC Kevin Byard, Tennessee 60,158
FS NFC Quandre Diggs, Seattle 35,907
P AFC Pressley Harvin, Pittsburgh 31,678
P NFC Michael Dickson, Seattle 45,239
ST AFC Ola Adeniyi, Tennessee 30,820
ST NFC Nick Bellore, Seattle 29,597
LS AFC Joe Cardona, New England 34,033
LS NFC Camaron Cheeseman, Washington 27,778

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