Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES, with 143,355 votes, leads all players​​ in balloting for the 2021 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon.

Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON (139,839 votes) ranks second overall, while Minnesota running back DALVIN COOK (131,875 votes), Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE (127,868 votes) and Arizona wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS (127,039 votes) round out the top five.

Two of the top five vote-getters – Mahomes and Cook – are age 25 while six first- or second-year players currently lead their conference in votes received at their respective positions.

The PITTSBURGH STEELERS lead all clubs in total votes received. The KANSAS CITY CHIEFSSEATTLE SEAHAWKSGREEN BAY PACKERS and BUFFALO BILLS round out the current top five.

Fan voting for the 2021 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will continue online and on web-enabled mobile phones at NFL.com/ProBowlVote until Thursday, December 17.

During the final two weeks of 2021 Pro Bowl voting – December 1-17 – fans will also be able to vote directly on Twitter. To cast such a vote, fans should tweet the first and last name of the player, the player’s official Twitter handle, or a hashtag including the player’s first and last name. All three of these methods must include the hashtag: #ProBowlVote. Voting via Twitter is in addition to the online ballot at NFL.com/ProBowlVote, which will be available throughout the entire voting period.

Roster selections are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on Friday, December 18.

The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its All-Star teams. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting in 1995. The roster reveal will be aired on NFL Network in late December.


QBPatrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs 143,355
QBRussell WilsonSeattle Seahawks 139,839
RBDalvin CookMinnesota Vikings 131,875
TETravis KelceKansas City Chiefs 127,868
WRDeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals 127,039


Pittsburgh Steelers
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QBAFCPatrick Mahomes, Kansas City143,355DEAFCMyles Garrett, Cleveland95,374 
QBNFCRussell Wilson, Seattle139,839DENFCBrian Burns, Carolina50,054 
RBAFCDerrick Henry, Tennessee126,799DTAFCChris Jones, Kansas City54,987 
RBNFCDalvin Cook, Minnesota131,875DTNFCAaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams83,143 
FBAFCAndy Janovich, Cleveland50,640OLBAFCT.J. Watt, Pittsburgh69,924 
FBNFCKyle Juszczyk, San Francisco112,798OLBNFCKhalil Mack, Chicago47,689 
WRAFCStefon Diggs, Buffalo109,537ILBAFCZach Cunningham, Houston27,731 
WRNFCDeAndre Hopkins, Arizona127,039ILBNFCDevin White, Tampa Bay78,750 
TEAFCTravis Kelce, Kansas City127,868CBAFCMarlon Humphrey, Baltimore53,821 
TENFCT.J. Hockenson, Detroit54,312CBNFCMarshon Lattimore, New Orleans31,053 
TAFCMekhi Becton, New York Jets41,193SSAFCTyrann Mathieu, Kansas City70,941 
TNFCDavid Bakhtiari, Green Bay82,172SSNFCBudda Baker, Arizona95,234 
GAFCJoel Bitonio, Cleveland58,977FSAFCJustin Simmons, Denver74,568 
GNFCAlex Cappa, Tampa Bay31,705FSNFCLogan Ryan, New York Giants42,722 
CAFCDavid Andrews, New England51,482PAFCBraden Mann, New York Jets26,248 
CNFCJason Kelce, Philadelphia40,358PNFCJohnny Hekker, Los Angeles Rams41,011 
KAFCRodrigo Blankenship, Indianapolis44,865STAFCChris Board, Baltimore40,379 
KNFCYounghoe Koo, Atlanta75,673STNFCNick Bellore, Seattle43,906 
RSAFCAndre Roberts, Buffalo50,847LSAFCKameron Canaday, Pittsburgh48,869 
RSNFCCordarrelle Patterson, Chicago79,010LSNFCHunter Bradley, Green Bay45,837 
*Vote totals through Wednesday, November 25 at 8:00 AM ET