Tom Brady, Michael Vick Top 2011 Pro Bowl Fan Voting

The NFL has released the leaders in the fan vote for the 2011 Pro Bowl.

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Pro Bowl Voting: Michael Vick, Adrian Peterson Headline NFC Fan Voting

Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick came in second to New England Patriots QB Tom Brady in the overall fan voting for the 2011 Pro Bowl at NFL.com but he is the leading vote-getter in the NFC. Vick headlines the final results of the 2011 Pro Bowl fan vote, which counts as one-third of the voting process along with the coaches and players vote.

In the NFC, Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson was the top running back and two members of the Falcons -- WR Roddy White and TE Tony Gonzalez -- while the Green Bay Packers added a pair along the offensive line. The Packers lead all teams with four players atop their respective position in the fan vote.

Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh and St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford are the top two of all rookies.

The next step is the coaches and players vote which will be taking place on Dec. 22-23 and then the NFL will announce the winners on Dec. 28 on NFL Network.

Check out the AFC Pro Bowl voting here.

Here are the full results for the NFC:

Pos.

Name, Team

Votes

Pos.

Name, Team

Votes

QB

Michael Vick, Eagles

1,522,437

DE

Julius Peppers, Bears

418,380

RB

Adrian Peterson, Vikings

948,410

DT

Ndamukong Suh, Lions

405,597

FB

Heath Evans, Saints

207,936

OLB

Clay Matthews, Packers

466,501

WR

Roddy White, Falcons

595,001

ILB

Brian Urlacher, Bears

314,584

TE

Tony Gonzalez, Falcons

458,527

CB

Charles Woodson, Packers

394,330

T

Chad Clifton, Packers

173,797

SS

LaRon Landry, Redskins

208,112

G

Josh Sitton, Packers

214,013

FS

Antrel Rolle, Giants

158,478

C

Shaun O'Hara, Giants

232,551

P

Ben Graham, Cardinals

196,658

K

David Akers, Eagles

228,353

ST

Heath Farwell, Vikings

162,553

KR

Devin Hester, Bears

239,641

 

 

 

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Pro Bowl Voting: Tom Brady Leads Everyone; Steelers, Ravens Dominate Defense

Two weeks ago New England Patriots QB Tom Brady was third among all NFL players in Pro Bowl voting. Last week he moved up to second and now, the final vote, he is the top vote-getter for the 2011 Pro Bowl. This is counting the fans vote on NFL.com, which represents one-third of the Pro Bowl voting process with the other two being the coaches and players vote.

Houston Texans RB Arian Foster is the top running back and his teammate, WR Andre Johnson, is the top receiver. San Diego Chargers TE Antonio Gates topped the fan vote at tight end despite his late season injury.

Here's the amazing part of the fan voting: seven of the eight defensive players chosen are from the Pittsburgh Steelers or Baltimore Ravens. Oakland Raiders CB Nnamdi Asomugha is the lone player not from Pittsburgh or Baltimore. That shows what fans think of those two teams.

Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey and Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski were third and fourth in voting for all rookies.

The NFL will announce the final results including the coaches and players voting on Dec. 28.

Here are the voting leaders for the AFC:

Pos.

Name, Team

Votes

Pos.

Name, Team

Votes

QB

Tom Brady, Patriots

1,877,079

DE

Dwight Freeney, Colts

501,021

RB

Arian Foster, Texans

710,166

DT

Haloti Ngata, Ravens

341,496

FB

Vonta Leach, Houston Texans

273,723

OLB

James Harrison, Steelers

411,600

WR

Andre Johnson, Texans

606,818

ILB

Ray Lewis, Ravens

412,827

TE

Antonio Gates, Chargers

588,245

CB

Nnamdi Asomugha, Raiders

326,658

T

Andrew Whitworth, Bengals

372,295

SS

Troy Polamalu, Steelers

530,155

G

Eric Steinbach, Browns

329,714

FS

Ed Reed, Ravens

312,885

C

Jeff Saturday, Colts

328,673

P

Sam Koch, Ravens

182,868

K

Josh Scobee, Jaguars

208,794

ST

Keyaron Fox, Steelers

121,057

KR

Joshua Cribbs, Browns

186,828

 

 

 

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