The Say It Again Network has decided on the first All-Pro Team and only two players have been a unanimous First-Team selection.
In the league’s first season with 17 games, it stacked the stat sheet a little more than usual. Combine that with COVID-19 protocols and it equals out to one of the weirdest seasons as well. With a panel of 15 media members from the network, only two players stood out as a unanimous pick and that was Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor and Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp.
First-Team All-Pro Selections
Joining Taylor and Kupp on the All-Pro First Team:
- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers
- Packers wide receiver Devante Adams, and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson
- Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce
- San Francisco 49ers tackle Trent Williams, Colts guard Quenton Nelson, Chiefs center Creed Humphrey, Dallas Cowboys right guard Zack Martin, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tackle Tristan Wirfs
- Pittsburgh Steelers edge rusher T.J. Watt and Cleveland Browns edge rusher Myles Garrett
- Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons
- Cowboys rookie linebacker Micah Parsons, Colts linebacker Darius Leonard, and Packers linebacker De’Vondre Campbell
- Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs and Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey
- Titans safety Kevin Byard and Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer
- Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker
- Las Vegas Raiders punter AJ Cole III
- New York Jets kick returner Braxton Berrios
- Chicago Bears punt returner Jakeem Grant Sr
- New Orleans Saints special teamer J.T. Gray
- Colts long snapper Luke Rhodes
In total, the AFC and NFC both had 14 players honored. A pretty even spread between the two conferences, but the Colts (Taylor, Nelson, Leonard, Rhodes) led the way for the AFC and the Cowboys (Martin, Parsons, Diggs), Rams (Kupp, Donald, Ramsey), and Packers (Rodgers, Adams, Campbell) led the way for the NFC.
Second-Team All-Pro Selections
Not all of the best players get selected as a First-Team All-Pro, so here are the additional selections for the Second-Team All-Pro roster.
- Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady
- Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon
- Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase, Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill, and Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans
- Ravens tight end Mark Andrews
- Los Angeles Chargers tackle Rashawn Slater, Browns guard Joel Bitonio, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, Chiefs guard Trey Smith, and Vikings tackle Brian O’Neill
- Raiders edge rusher Maxx Crosby and Bears edge rusher Robert Quinn
- Colts defensive tackle DeForest Buckner and Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones
- New England Patriots linebacker Matt Judon, Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner, and Bears linebacker Roquan Smith
- Patriots cornerback JC Jackson and Atlanta Falcons cornerback AJ Terrell
- Arizona Cardinals safety Budda Baker and Chargers safety Derwin James
- Rams kicker Matt Gay
- Cowboys punter Bryan Anger
- Colts kick returner Isaiah Rodgers
- Ravens punt returner Devin Duvernay
- Colts special teamer Ashton Dulin
- Ravens long snapper Nick Moore
In total on the Second-Team, the AFC led the way again with 17 All-Pro selections over the NFC’s 11. The Colts (Buckner, Rodgers, Dulin), Ravens (Andrews, Duvernay, Moore), and Chiefs (Hill, Smith, Jones) lead the way for the NFL with three selections each.