Three Browns players lead their positions for Pro Bowl voting

Three Cleveland Browns players lead their positions in Pro Bowl voting

After seeing the latest update of Pro Bowl voting, Cleveland Browns fans are likely pleasantly surprised to see not one, not two, but three players at the top of their position for Pro Bowl voting.

Myles Garrett leads all AFC defensive ends with 95,374 votes, Andy Janovich leads all AFC fullbacks with 50,640 votes, and Joel Bitonio leads all AFC guards with 58,977 votes.

While Myles Garrett is no surprise, the biggest surprise of the three is likely Joel Bitonio over Quenton Nelson for the most votes for an AFC offensive guard. This isn’t to say that Joel Bitonio doesn’t deserve to be a pro bowl offensive lineman, as he has arguably been the best left guard in all of football this season.

If Bitonio makes the Pro Bowl this season, then this would be his third Pro Bowl appearance and third in a row. This would be Garrett’s second Pro Bowl of his career, but not consecutive. This would also be Andy Janovich’s first Pro Bowl appearance of his career.

These results only show the leaders at each position, so it is very likely that other Browns players, like Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Denzel Ward, Wyatt Teller, Jarvis Landry, and Tavierre Thomas find their ways into the Pro Bowl.

Andy Janovich is the only newcomer for the Cleveland Browns that leads Pro Bowl voting at his position and has been an excellent acquisition for the franchise this season. You can clearly see his effect on the run game, as the Browns were missing him pretty badly in the game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Despite these promising results so far, the Pro Bowl voting is not over yet. If you want to see more Browns players in the Pro Bowl, you should get out and vote them in on the NFL website.

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