By Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
The New Orleans Saints have several players on track to play in the Pro Bowl after this season, but after the team’s 9-1 start, the guys would surely rather be preparing for the Super Bowl than participate in the all-star game.
The NFL on Wednesday released its first Pro Bowl balloting update from fan voting, and as of Tuesday (Nov. 2), Saints quarterback Drew Brees led all NFL players with 487,400 votes.
Saints running back Alvin Kamara ranks eighth among all players with 312,083 votes, but that actually has him fourth among running backs — behind Todd Gurley, James Conner and Saquon Barkley — and third among NFC running backs, behind Gurley and Barkley.
The Saints offensive line has received plenty of respect from the fans. Left tackle Terron Armstead leads all tackles in voting. Right tackle Ryan Ramczyk ranks fourth among tackles and third in the NFC. Max Unger ranks second among centers and first in the NFC. Among guards, Andrus Peat ranks sixth overall and second in the NFC while Larry Warford is seventh overall and third in the NFC. ...
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