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2020 Pro Bowl Starters

Only a couple more weeks remain in 2019 before the new decade starts, and that also means that only two means weeks of regular season for the NFL. Starting in January, we have the playoffs, the Pro Bowl and then the Superbowl shortly after.

The Pro Bowls consists of the best AFC players against the best NFC players. The Saints lead the NFC with seven selections, and the Baltimore Ravens leads the AFC with 12 players. Only Miami and the New York Giants are missing representation. In this article, we only mention the starters, but you can find the full here.

The Pro Bowl will be January 26, 2020 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. This will be the fourth year Orlando has hosted the NFL game in a row. NFL’s executive vice president of club business and league events said in a statement: “We’re thrilled to return to Orlando for the fourth year in a row and bring the Pro Bowl experience to the city of Orlando, our fans, players and partners. We’re happy to provide not only a week-long celebration of football, but also to extend the celebration of the NFL’s 100th season throughout this year’s Pro Bowl.”

“We’re thrilled to return to Orlando for the fourth year in a row and bring the Pro Bowl experience to the city of Orlando, our fans, players and partners. We’re happy to provide not only a week-long celebration of football, but also to extend the celebration of the NFL’s 100th season throughout this year’s Pro Bowl.”

NFC Pro Bowl Starters

OFFENSE

Wide Receiver: ATL Julio Jones and NO Michael Thomas

Tackle: GB David Bakhtiari and DAL Tyron Smith

Guard: DAL Zack Martin and PHI Brandon Brooks

Center: PHI Jason Kelce

Tight End: SF George Kittle

Quarterback: SEA Russell Wilson

Running Back: MIN Dalvin Cook

Fullback: SF Kyle Juszczyk

DEFENSE

Defense End: NO Cameron Jordan and SF Nick Bosa

Interior Lineman: LAR Aaron Donald and PHI Fletcher Cox

Outside Linebacker: ARI Chandler Jones and CHI Khalil Mack

Inside Linebacker: SEA Bobby Wagner

Cornerback: NO Marshon Lattimore and SF Richard Sherman

Free Safety: ARI Budda Baker

Strong Safety: MIN Harrison Smith

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker: NO Wil Lutz

Long Snapper: PHI Rick Lovato

Punter: WAS Tress Way

Return Specialist: NO Deonte Harris

Special Teamer: CHI Cordarrelle Patterson


AFC Pro Bowl Starters

OFFENSE

Wide Receiver: HOU DeAndre Hopkins and LAC Keenan Allen

Tackle: BAL Ronnie Stanley and HOU Laremy Tunsil

Guard: BAL Marshal Yanda and IND Quenton Nelson

Center: PIT Maurkice Pouncey

Tight End: KC Travis Kelce

Quarterback: BAL Lamar Jackson

Running Back: CLE Nick Chubb

Fullback: BAL Patrick Ricard

DEFENSE

Defense End: LAC Joey Bosa and KC Frank Clark

Interior Lineman: PIT Cameron Heyward and KC Chris Jones

Outside Linebacker: DEN Von Miller and PIT TJ Watt

Inside Linebacker: IND Darius Leonard

Cornerback: NE Stephon Gilmore and BUF Tre’Davious White

Free Safety: PIT Minkah Fitzpatrick

Strong Safety: NYJ Jamal Adams

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker: BAL Justin Tucker

Long Snapper: BAL Morgan Cox

Punter: TEN Brett Kern

Return Specialist: KC Mecole Hardman

Special Teamer: NE Matthew Slater


Teams by Starter Representation

NFC

Arizona Cardinals – 2 (FS Budda Baker, OLB Chandler Jones)

Atlanta Falcons – 1 (WR Julio Jones)

Chicago Bears – 2 (OLB Khlalil Mack, ST Cordarrelle Patterson)

Dallas Cowboys – 2 (G Zack Martin, OT Tyron Smith)

Green Bay Packers – 1 (OT David Bakhtiari)

Los Angeles Rams – 1 (DT Aaron Donald)

Minnesota Vikings – 2 (RB Dalvin Cook, SS Harrison Smith)

New Orleans Saints – 5 (RS Deonte Harris, DE Cameron Jordan, CB Marshon Lattimore, PK Wil Lutz, WR Michael Thomas)

Philadelphia Eagles – 4 (G Brandon Brooks, DT Fletcher Cox, C Jason kelce, LS Rick Lovato)

San Francisco 49ers – 4 (DE Nick Bosa, FB Kyle Juszczyk, TE George Kittle, CB Richard Sherman)

Seattle Seahawks – 2 (ILB Bobby Wagner, WB Russell Wilson)

Washington Redskins – 1 (P Tress Way)

AFC

Baltimore Ravens – 6 (LS Morgan Cox, QB Lamar Jackson, FB Patrick Ricard, OT Ronnie Stanley, PK Justin Tucker, G Marshal Yanda)

Buffalo Bills -1 (CB Tre’Davious White)

Cleveland Browns – 1 (RB Nick Chubb)

Denver Broncos – 1 (OLB Von Miller)

Houston Texans – 2 (WE DeAndre Hopkins, OT Laremy Tunsil)

Indianapolis Colts – 2 (ILB Darius Leonard, G Quenton Nelson)

Kansas City Chiefs – 4 (DE Frank Clark, RS Mecole Hardman, DT Chris Jones, TE Travis Kelce)

Los Angeles Chargers – 2 (WR Kennan Allen, DE Joey Bosa)

New England Patriots – 2 (CB Stephon Gilmore, ST Matthew Slater)

New York Jets – 1 (SS Jamal Adams)

Pittsburgh Steelers – 4 (FS Minkah Fitzpatrick, DT Cameron Heyward, C Maurkice Pouncey, OLB TJ Watt)

Tennessee Titans – 1 (P Brett Kern)

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