San Francisco 49ers lead all NFL teams in total Pro Bowl fan votes received
Dec 19, 2022, 11:35 AM
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The San Francisco 49ers fans are making sure their team is well-represented at this year’s Pro Bowl.
In an update on Pro Bowl voting, the NFL said on Monday that the 49ers lead all clubs in total votes received. The Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs round out the top five teams with the most votes received.
Unfortunately, none of the top five players who lead fan voting are from the Bay Area. Offensive players lead the overall voting so far, with Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa receiving 306,861 votes so far. The top five is rounded out by Tyreek Hill (293,679 votes), Patrick Mahomes (271,541 votes), Justin Jefferson (264,653 votes) and Travis Kelce (248,279 votes).
Six players from the San Francisco 49ers lead the NFC Pro Bowl voting at their respective positions. The players most likely to represent the 49ers in the Pro Bowl include:
- running back Christian McCaffrey (205,990 votes)
- fullback Kyle Juszczyk (227,484 votes)
- tight end George Kittle (201,905 votes)
- tackle Trent Williams (134,491 votes)
- defensive end Nick Bosa (239,151 votes)
- inside linebacker Fred Warner (149,521 votes)
Those six players have received 1,158,542 votes. The AFC and NFC Pro Bowl rosters will be revealed on Wednesday, Dec. 21, on the NFL Network.
The NFL Pro Bowl takes place in Las Vegas on Sunday, Feb. 5.