Pro Bowl Voting Results: Tom Brady Leads Overall, 3 Steelers Lead At Positions

Just like last week, three Steelers lead the AFC in Pro Bowl balloting at their respective positions, according to a Pro Bowl results press release the NFL released on Wednesday as fan voting ended on Monday, December 20. Steelers linebacker James Harrison is the leading outside linebacker with 411,600 votes, safety Troy Polamalu leads at strong safety with 530,155 votes, and reserve linebacker Keyaron Fox is the leading special teams vote-getter with 121,057. In addition, rookie center Maurkice Pouncey has the third-highest vote total among NFL rookies, with 246,443. He trailed only the Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh and Rams quarterback Sam Bradford.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady finished with nearly 1.9 million votes and was the leading vote getter. The four next-highest vote totals all belong to quarterbacks, with the Eagles Michael Vick at No. 2, followed by the Colts Peyton Manning, Chargers Philip Rivers and Saints Drew Brees. See results below.

Fan voting ended this past Monday, and nearly 100 million votes were cast. There was a record 98.59 million votes cast on NFL.com, on wireless phones and on Facebook. Fans cast 89.52 million votes on NFL.com, 8.50 million votes on their wireless phones and 570,000 votes on Facebook. Players and coaches will cast votes today and tomorrow, and the NFL will announce the rosters on Tuesday at 7:00 PM on the NFL Network.

NFL ALL-STAR TOP-TEN VOTE-GETTERS
Pos.Name, TeamVotes
QBTom Brady, Patriots1,877,079
QBMichael Vick, Eagles1,522,437
QBPeyton Manning, Colts1,130,399
QBPhilip Rivers, Chargers1,039,618
QBDrew Brees, Saints971,731
RBAdrian Peterson, Vikings948,410
QBAaron Rodgers, Packers900,544
RBArian Foster, Texans710,166
RBMaurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars707,913
QBMatt Ryan, Falcons704,817
NFL ALL-STAR TOP FIVE ROOKIE VOTE-GETTERS
Pos.Name, TeamVotes
DTNdamukong Suh, Lions405,597
QBSam Bradford, Rams305,721
CMaurkice Pouncey, Steelers246,443
TERob Gronkowski, Patriots205,948
RBJahvid Best, Lions168,707
AFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION
Pos.Name, TeamVotesPos.Name, TeamVotes
QBTom Brady, Patriots1,877,079DEDwight Freeney, Colts501,021
RBArian Foster, Texans710,166DTHaloti Ngata, Ravens341,496
FBVonta Leach, Houston Texans273,723OLBJames Harrison, Steelers411,600
WRAndre Johnson, Texans606,818ILBRay Lewis, Ravens412,827
TEAntonio Gates, Chargers588,245CBNnamdi Asomugha, Raiders326,658
TAndrew Whitworth, Bengals372,295SSTroy Polamalu, Steelers530,155
GEric Steinbach, Browns329,714FSEd Reed, Ravens312,885
CJeff Saturday, Colts328,673PSam Koch, Ravens182,868
KJosh Scobee, Jaguars208,794STKeyaron Fox, Steelers121,057
KRJoshua Cribbs, Browns186,828
NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION
Pos.Name, TeamVotesPos.Name, TeamVotes
QBMichael Vick, Eagles1,522,437DEJulius Peppers, Bears418,380
RBAdrian Peterson, Vikings948,410DTNdamukong Suh, Lions405,597
FBHeath Evans, Saints207,936OLBClay Matthews, Packers466,501
WRRoddy White, Falcons595,001ILBBrian Urlacher, Bears314,584
TETony Gonzalez, Falcons458,527CBCharles Woodson, Packers394,330
TChad Clifton, Packers173,797SSLaRon Landry, Redskins208,112
GJosh Sitton, Packers214,013FSAntrel Rolle, Giants158,478
CShaun O\’Hara, Giants232,551PBen Graham, Cardinals196,658
KDavid Akers, Eagles228,353STHeath Farwell, Vikings162,553
KRDevin Hester, Bears239,641

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