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49ers top Pro Bowl voting with 7 leading their positions in the NFC

Dec 6, 2023 at 1:19 PM--


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NEW YORK — Miami quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA, with 59,680 votes, leads all players in balloting for the 2024 Pro Bowl Games Vote presented by Verizon.

Houston rookie quarterback C.J. STROUD (44,095 votes) ranks second overall, while San Francisco running back CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY (43,331), Miami wide receiver TYREEK HILL (39,928) and Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE (38,720) round out the top five.

The SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS lead all clubs in total votes received, followed by the MIAMI DOLPHINS, DALLAS COWBOYS, BALTIMORE RAVENS and PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.

For the first time in three years, the National Football League will return to Orlando to celebrate the league's best players at the 2024 Pro Bowl Games presented by Verizon. Just like in past years, the Pro Bowl Games provide fans with an unmatched opportunity to vote for their favorite players to compete in a multi-day AFC versus NFC competition, featuring Pro Bowl Skills and culminating in an action-packed flag football game, led by head coaches Peyton and Eli Manning.

The 2024 Pro Bowl Games, hosted in partnership with Florida Citrus Sports, Orange County, and the City of Orlando, will be a multi-day AFC versus NFC competition culminating on Sunday, Feb. 4 at Camping World Stadium. It will be televised from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET on ESPN, ABC, Disney XD, ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes.

In addition to Sunday's event, ESPN will air the Pro Bowl Skills Show live from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 1. A made-for-TV event, the Pro Bowl Skills Show will feature the NFL's top players participating in unique competitions that showcase their on-field and off-field skills. The 2024 Pro Bowl Games will feature new and fan-favorite skills, with cumulative scoring leading up to flag football on Sunday.

Fans can vote as often as they would like to send the league's best players at each position to Orlando for the Pro Bowl Games until Monday, Dec. 25 across a variety of platforms, including:

  • ProBowl.com/Vote
  • On club sites
  • Social voting — During the final two weeks of voting (Dec. 11 – Dec. 25), fans can vote directly on "X" (formerly Twitter) by tweeting the first and last name of the player, tagging the player's official Twitter handle, or creating a hashtag including the player's first and last name. All three of these methods must include the hashtag: #ProBowlVote. During the final two days (Dec. 24 – Dec. 25), social votes will count as double.

Player selections will be determined by the consensus votes of fans, players, and coaches, with each group's vote counting as one-third toward determining the all-star players who will be selected to this year's Pro Bowl Games. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches, and players to determine its Pro Bowl teams. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on Friday, Dec. 29.

NFL PRO BOWL TOP-FIVE VOTE-GETTERS

POS. NAME TEAM VOTES
QB Tua Tagovailoa Miami 59,680
QB C.J. Stroud Houston 44,095
RB Christian McCaffrey San Francisco 43,331
WR Tyreek Hill Miami 39,928
TE Travis Kelce Kansas City 38,720

NFL PRO BOWL MOST VOTES BY TEAM

TEAM
San Francisco 49ers
Miami Dolphins
Dallas Cowboys
Baltimore Ravens
Philadelphia Eagles

AFC & NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION - OFFENSE

POS. CONF. NAME, TEAM
QB AFC Tua Tagovailoa, Miami
QB NFC Dak Prescott, Dallas
RB AFC Raheem Mostert, Miami
RB NFC Christian McCaffrey, San Francisco
FB AFC Alec Ingold, Miami
FB NFC Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco
WR AFC Tyreek Hill, Miami
WR NFC CeeDee Lamb, Dallas
TE AFC Travis Kelce, Kansas City
TE NFC George Kittle, San Francisco
T AFC Terron Armstead, Miami
T NFC Trent Williams, San Francisco
G AFC Kevin Zeitler, Baltimore
G NFC Zack Martin, Dallas
C AFC Creed Humphrey, Kansas City
C NFC Jason Kelce, Philadelphia​

AFC & NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION - DEFENSE

POS. CONF. NAME, TEAM
DE AFC Myles Garrett, Cleveland
DE NFC Nick Bosa, San Francisco
DT AFC Chris Jones, Kansas City
DT NFC Javon Hargrave, San Francisco
OLB AFC T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh
OLB NFC Micah Parsons, Dallas
ILB AFC Roquan Smith, Baltimore
ILB NFC Fred Warner, San Francisco
CB AFC Jalen Ramsey, Miami
CB NFC DaRon Bland, Dallas
SS AFC Kyle Hamilton, Baltimore
SS NFC Reed Blankenship, Philadelphia
FS AFC Geno Stone, Baltimore
FS NFC Jessie Bates, Atlanta

AFC & NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION – SPECIAL TEAMS

POS. CONF. NAME, TEAM
K A​FC Dustin Hopkins, Cleveland
K NFC Brandon Aubrey, Dallas
P AFC Ryan Stonehouse, Tennessee
P NFC Jamie Gillan, New York Giants
LS AFC Blake Ferguson, Miami
LS NFC Andrew DePaola, Minnesota
RS AFC Braxton Berrios, Miami
RS NFC Rashid Shaheed, New Orleans
ST AFC Duke Riley, Miami
ST NFC Terrell Burgess, Washington



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