1. PATRICK MAHOMES, KANSAS CITY…One of only three QB’s with 50TD’s in a single season.

  2. TOM BRADY, NEW ENGLAND…The greatest QB of All-Time? Six Super Bowls may answer that question.

  3. DREW BREES, NEW ORLEANS…Broke the NFL’s all-time passing record in 2018.

  4. AARON RODGERS, GREEN BAY…Had an off year in 2018, but now has a new head coach.

  5. BEN ROETHLISBERGER, PITTSBURGH…The NFL’s passing leader in 2018 with 5,129 yards.

  6. ANDREW LUCK, INDIANAPOLIS…Had a great comeback in 2018 with career highs in completions, attempts, completion percentage and passer rating.

  7. PHILLIP RIVERS, LA CHARGERS…Not slowing down at 37. Had an NFL record 25 straight completions against Arizona in 2018.

  8. RUSSELL WILSON, SEATTLE….Has 75 wins in his first seven seasons in the league, an NFL record.

  9. MATT RYAN, ATLANTA…Eight straight years of 4,000 passing yards.

  10. DAK PRESCOTT, DALLAS…Had his best season in his three years. Has 32 wins in three seasons.


Cam Newton, Carolina

Deshaun Watson, Houston

Jared Goff, LA Rams

Baker Mayfield, Cleveland

Matt Stafford, Detroit

Carson Wentz, Philadelphia

Nick Foles, Jacksonville

Derek Carr, Oakland

Mitchell Trubisky, Chicago

Sam Darnold, NY Jets

Kirk Cousins, Minnesota

Jimmy Garoppolo, San Francisco

Marcus Mariota, Tennessee

Josh Allen, Buffalo

Eli Manning, NY Giants

Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay

Joe Flacco, Denver

Andy Dalton, Cincinnati

Lemar Jackson, Baltimore

Case Keenum, Washington


  1. EZEKIEL ELLIOTT, DALLAS…Has won the rushing title in two of three seasons.

  2. SAQUON BARKLEY, NY GIANTS…2,028 yards from scrimmage and 15 TD’s as a rookie.

  3. TODD GURLEY, LA RAMS….Had a solid season in 2018, but there are health concerns with his knee.

  4. LE’VEON BELL, NY JETS…Sat out the 2018 season so he should be fresh. Signed a $52 million dollar deal.

  5. ALVIN KAMARA, NEW ORLEANS…Loves the RED ZONE. 14TD’s in 2018. May have a bigger role in 2019.

  6. JOE MIXON, CINCINNATI…led the conference in rushing yards with 1,168 despite missing two games with a knee injury.

  7. CHRISTIAN MCCAFFERY, CAROLINA…107 receptions and 1,098 rushing yards in 2018.

  8. DERRICK HENRY, TENNESSEE…1,059 rushing yards in 2018. 55% of his yards coming in the final four games.

  9. MELVIN GORDON, LA CHARGERS (FOR NOW)…Suffered a late season knee injury that took away from a prolific season.

  10. KAREEM HUNT, CLEVELAND…Will miss the first 8 games because of his violation of the league’s personal conduct policy.


Sony Michel, New England

James Connor, Pittsburgh

Philip Lindsay, Denver

Chris Carson, Seattle

Nick Chubb, Cleveland

Dalvin Cook, Minnesota

LeSean McCoy, Buffalo

David Johnson, Arizona

Adrian Peterson, Washington

Lamar Miller, Houston

Mark Ingram, Baltimore

Leonard Fournette, Jacksonville

Jordan Howard, Philadelphia

Tarik Cohen, Chicago

Kerryon Johnson, Detroit

Marlon Mack, Indianapolis

Frank Gore, Buffalo

Devonta Freeman, Atlanta

Tevin Coleman, San Francisco

James White, New England


  1. JULIO JONES, ATLANTA…Led the NFL in receiving yards with 1,677. The first player in history to record five straight seasons with 1,400+ receiving yards and 80+ receptions.

  2. ANTONIO BROWN, OAKLAND…Finished 2018 as a Steeler..it was a disaster. Will get a fresh start in Oakland.

  3. ODELL BECKHAM, CLEVELAND. Was ready to make a fresh start away from New York. Should see an immediate impact in Cleveland.

  4. DEANDRE HOPKINS, HOUSTON…He produces in any situation and rarely takes a play off.

  5. MICHAEL THOMAS, NEW ORLEANS…His 321 career receptions are the most by anyone in the first three seasons in the NFL.

  6. JULIAN EDELMAN, NEW ENGLAND….The Patriots offense averaged 60.9 more yards per game when Edelman returned from PED suspension.

  7. MIKE EVANS, TAMPA BAY…Looking to begin his career with his 6th straight 1,000 yard season.

  8. TY HILTON, INDIANAPOLIS…Has established himself as one of the top receivers in the business.

  9. JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER, PITTSBURGH…Chosen as the team’s MVP. 1,426 receiving yards.

  10. AMARI COOPER, DALLAS…Made an immediate impact for the Cowboys and was the go-to-guy in games 9-17.


AJ Green, Cincinnati

Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona

Keenan Allen, LA Chargers

Adam Thielan, Minnesota

Davante Adams, Green Bay

Jarvis Landry, Cleveland

Emmanuel Sanders, Denver

Stefon Diggs, Minnesota

Brandin Cooks, LA Rams

Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati

Kenny Golladay, Detroit

Golden Tate, NY Giants

Robbie Anderson, NY Jets

Robert Woods, LA Rams

Adam Humphries, Tennessee

Alshon Jeffrey, Philadelphia

Tyler Lockett, Seattle

Will Fuller, Houston

Sterling Shepard, NY Giants

Allen Robinson, Chicago


  1. TRAVIS KELSE, KANSAS CITY… Travis is eclipsed the single – season franchise record for receptions and yards set by Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez.

  2. GEORGE KITTLE, SAN FRANCISCO… Surprised the NFL by coming out of nowhere to break the single – season receiving yardage record for tight ends with 1,377.

  3. ZACH ERTZ, PHILADELPHIA… Broke the NFL single – season receiving record for tight ends with 116 receptions for 1,163 yards.

  4. ERIC EBRON, INDIANAPOLIS… A change of scenery showcased Ebron with 13 touchdown receptions.

  5. KYLE RUDOLPH, MINNESOTA… One of the top blockers in the NFL who should be more effective in the red zone.

  6. KYLE JUSZCZYK, SAN FRANCISCO… The top fullback in the NFL because of his versatility as a rusher, receiver and blocker.

  7. AUSTIN HOOPER, ATLANTA…caught a career-high 71 receptions in 2018.

  8. JARED COOK, NEW ORLEANS… The former Oakland Raider had 68 receptions for 896 yards in 2018. Expected to flourish with the Drew Brees in New Orleans.

  9. EVAN ENGRAM, NEW YORK GIANTS… Battle through injuries last season but showcased his playmaking skills in the final three games.

  10. JAMES DEVELIN, NEW ENGLAND… Paved the way for New England’s running game and scored a touchdown in the Super Bowl against the LA Rams.


Hunter Henry, Ellie Chargers

David Njoku, Cleveland

Delanie Walker, Tennessee

Jimmy Graham, Green Bay

Greg Olson, Carolina

Vance McDonald, Pittsburgh

Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay

Trey Burton, Chicago

Jesse James, Detroit

Mark Andrews, Baltimore


  1. DAVID BAKHTIARI, GREEN BAY… Green Bay’s first All-Pro tackle since 1967. Considered one of the most underrated lineman in the NFL.

  2. MITCHELL SCHWARTZ, KANSAS CITY…. Allowed only 23 pressures on 687 drop – backs. He ranked in the top 10 in both run and pass blocking and didn’t miss a snap in 2018.

  3. ANDREW WHITWORTH, LA RAMS…. The former Indiana Hoosier is still one of the best all – around blockers and past protectors even at the age of 37.

  4. RYAN RAMCZYK, NEW ORLEANS… Voted the league’s best run – blocking lineman by Pro Football Focus.

  5. TERRON ARMSTEAD, NEW ORLEANS… When healthy he is as dominant as anyone in the NFL.

  6. WAYNE JOHNSON, PHILADELPHIA…. Johnson undoubtedly deserve to be named to the 2018 Pro Bowl.

  7. TYRON SMITH, DALLAS….. Arguably the best tackle in football until injuries forced him to miss three games each in the past three seasons. Dallas credits Smith with not allowing a sack in 15 games.

  8. JOE STALEY, SAN FRANCISCO… Remains in imposing force at the age of 34.

  9. TAYLOR LEWAN, TENNESSEE…. Three straight Pro Bowl selections, and is considered the franchise’s most productive left tackle over the last 40 years.

  10. JASON PETERS, PHILADELPHIA… Returns for his 16th NFL season and shows no signs of slowing down in 2019.


Laremy Tunsil, Miami

Trent Williams, Washington

Eric Fisher, Kansas City

Mike McGlinchey, San Francisco

Marcus Cannon, New England

Trent Brown, Oakland

Donovan Smith, Tampa Bay

Jake Matthews, Atlanta

Alejandro Villanueva, Pittsburgh

Charles Leno, Chicago


  1. JASON KELCE, PHILADELPHIA…. The first Philadelphia player to receive consecutive first – team ALL-Pro honors since the 1991 – 92 season.

  2. TRAVIS FREDERICK, DALLAS…. The NFL’s best center over the last several seasons is expected to recover from Guilain-Barre syndrome to anchor the line in 2019.

  3. ALEX MACK, ATLANTA… Helped the Falcons to finish fourth in passing and eight in total offense in 2018.

  4. MAURKICE POUNCEY, PITTSBURGH… Earned his seventh Pro Bowl in a nine year career. When he is injury free he is one of the best.

  5. RODNEY HUDSON, OAKLAND… One of the best past blockers in the NFL when healthy.

  6. MIKE POUNCEY, LA CHARGERS…. After leaving Miami he enjoyed a successful first season with the Chargers. Help the Chargers average almost 20 more rushing yards per game in 2018.

  7. MATT PARADIS, CAROLINA…. Suffered a leg injury that The Broncos from re-signing him. He will be a strong replacement for Ryan Kalil in Carolina.

  8. BRANDON LINDNER, JACKSONVILLE… Considered a nasty, no – nonsense blocker.

  9. MITCH MORSE, BUFFALO… Buffalo needed a top – tier setter to help in the development of quarterback Josh Allen.

  10. DAVID ANDREWS, NEW ENGLAND… Has a high football IQ and is now considered one of the best pass blockers in the NFL.


Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis

Corey Linsley, Green Bay

Justin Britt, Seattle

Ryan Jensen, Tampa Bay

Pat Elfein, Minnesota

Weston Richburg, San Francisco

Matt Skura, Baltimore

Ben Jones, Tennessee

JC Tretter, Cleveland

Nick Martin, Houston


  1. ZACH MARTIN, DALLAS…. Injuries hindered his 2018 season but still managed to play in 82% of their snaps.

  2. DAVID DECASTRO, PITTSBURGH…. Helped and offense produce a franchise – record 54 touchdowns in 2018. He amassed 958 snaps without allowing a sack despite suffering an injury.

  3. QUENTON NELSON, INDIANAPOLIS… Considered one of the top guards in the NFL earning First – Team All – Pro honors in 2018.

  4. BRANDON SCHERFF, WASHINGTON…. Washington’s playoff chances were hurt drastically when Scherff went down with an injury.

  5. KEVIN ZEITLER, NY GIANTS… He is an outstanding pass protector who will help quarterback Eli Manning stay on his feet.

  6. MARSHAL YANDA, BALTIMORE… One of the top run – blocking guards in the NFL.

  7. JOE THUNEY, NEW ENGLAND…. Helped nullify Aaron Donald in Super Bowl LIII. He is the first player in NFL history to start three Super Bowls in his first three seasons.

  8. BRANDON BROOKS, PHILADELPHIA… Brooks is looking to return from an Achilles injury.

  9. RODGER SAFFOLD, TENNESSEE… Another former Indiana Hoosier signing a huge contract in the off-season from the LA Rams. Saffold was one of the reasons the Rams offense finished in the top five in rushing and passing yards.

  10. SHAQ MASON, NEW ENGLAND…. The Patriots signed a Mason to a five – year, $50 million extension. New England new Mason’s value.


Kelechi Osemele, NY Jets

Trai Turner, Carolina

Andrew Norwell, Jacksonville

Andrus Peat, New Orleans

Ali Marpet, Tampa Bay

Ramon Foster, Pittsburgh

Gabe Jackson, Oakland

Ron Leary, Denver

Larry Warford, New Orleans

Frank Ragnow, Detroit