Additionally, the Cowboys hold the most Pro Bowl votes as a team, followed by the Patriots, Rams, Chiefs and Ravens.
The corridor of the Indianapolis Colts, Jonathan Taylor, who leads the NFL in rushing yards, lead all players in fan voting for the Pro bowl from 2022.
The league released its first partials of the vote on Wednesday, announcing that Taylor accumulated 81,087 votes. Taylor, in its second season in the NFL, has 1,122 rushing yards on the season, and is coming off a five-touchdown performance last Sunday in the Los Angeles’ win. Colts Over the Buffalo bills.
The wide receiver of Los Angeles Rams, Cooper Kupp, who leads the NFL through the air with 1,141 receiving yards, he is second in the vote with 80,673 votes.
The tight end of the Kansas City Chiefs, Travis Kelce (79,910); defensive end of the Cleveland Browns, Myles Garrett (76,064); and corner of the Dallas Cowboys, Trevon Diggs (75,637), complete the first five in terms of votes received.
Garrett, a twice selected at Pro bowl, lead the NFL with 13 catches, and Diggs He leads the league with eight interceptions. Kelce, a six-time Pro Bowl selection, is enjoying another remarkable season and is second on the Los Angeles roster. Chiefs with 821 receiving yards and five touchdowns.
Taylor, Kupp and Diggs have never been elected to a Pro bowl.
The Cowboys have the most votes for the Pro bowl as a team, followed by New England Patriots, Rams, Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens.
Fan voting will continue until December 16.
Players will be selected for the 2022 Pro Bowl based on the voting of fans, players and coaches, with the total of each group counting one third for the selection of the 80 players.
Those selected for the 2022 Pro Bowl they will be announced on December 20 at 7 pm ET.