Carson Wentz leads all NFL players in Pro Bowl voting with only one more week before voting ends.
As of Tuesday, Wentz had 562,958 total totals. New England’s Tom Brady was No. 2 with 499,727 votes. Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell is third with 499,042 votes, teammate Antonio Brown is not far behind with 487,170 votes, and New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees is fifth with 439,079 votes.
Of course, Eagles fans would much prefer Wentz is playing in the Super Bowl than the Jan. 28 Pro Bowl. But if Wentz is in Orlando that weekend, he likely won’t be the only Eagle playing. The Eagles have five other players who lead their position in votes in the NFC:
— Zach Ertz is the top tight end with 319,783 votes
— Lane Johnson is the top offensive tackle with 140,332 votes
— Jason Kelce is the top center with 162,767 votes
— Fletcher Cox is the defensive tackle with 199,589 votes
— Kamu Grugier-Hill leads special teams players with 62,871 votes
Voting ends on December 14. The rosters are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players, and coaches. Each counts for one-third toward the 88-man rosters. Players and coaches will cast their votes on December 15.
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