Riding a six-game winning streak, the Ravens have their sights set on zero players going to the Pro Bowl.
With that said, you can give your favorite players the recognition they deserve by voting them into this year’s Pro Bowl. Here’s how you do it.
Voting is open on NFL.com. You can vote as many times as you’d like!
On Nov. 28, fans can start voting by using social media (more details on that to come).
Here’s the cases for 13 Ravens to make the Pro Bowl:
QB Lamar Jackson
Jackson is the leading MVP candidate and a shoo-in for the Pro Bowl as it stands now. He would be the first Ravens quarterback to be voted into the Pro Bowl. Jackson is on pace for more than 3,500 yards passing and to break the single-season rushing record for a quarterback. He’s become one of the league’s biggest stars and hardest players to defend. He’s the captain of the NFL’s top-ranked offense.
OT Ronnie Stanley
Stanley is the NFL’s highest-graded left tackle by Pro Football Focus. He hasn’t allowed a single sack and has given up just two quarterback hits this season. Stanley is also a leading piece of the Ravens’ run blocking, which has paved the way for the NFL’s top rushing team. In his fourth season, Stanley has emerged as an elite left tackle.
CB Marlon Humphrey
Humphrey has become one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL. He’s locked down receivers such as the Browns’ Odell Beckham Jr and Bengals’ Tyler Boyd and shown an uncommon physicality for his position. This year, Humphrey has turned into a major playmaker with two interceptions, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries returned for touchdowns.
RB Mark Ingram II
Ingram ranks 12th in the NFL in rushing yards (667) and 11th among running backs. His eight rushing touchdowns are tied for fourth-most in the league and is tied for tops in the AFC with Tennessee’s Derrick Henry. The Ravens lead the NFL in rushing thanks to the one-two punch of Ingram and Jackson. While Jackson has the speed and jukes, Ingram has been the hammer.
G Marshal Yanda
It’s not just name recognition. At 35 years old, Yanda deserves to go to his eighth Pro Bowl. He has the second-highest grade among all guards in the AFC from Pro Football Focus, which credits him with very high run blocking marks and just one sack and six hurries allowed in pass protection. Yanda is the anchor of Baltimore’s offensive line that has cleared the way for Jackson and a league-leading rushing game.
TE Mark Andrews
Andrews is fifth in the league among tight ends in receiving yards (598) and third in the AFC, trailing just Kansas City’s Travis Kelce and Oakland’s Darren Waller. Andrews’ six touchdowns are the third-most in the league among tight ends. He’s Baltimore’s leading receiver and been Jackson’s go-to guy in tough situations. In just his second season, Andrews has become a stud.
FB Patrick Ricard
The Ravens are on pace to set NFL rushing records. Ricard is the wrecking ball in the middle of it. He’s the AFC’s top-graded fullback, according to Pro Football Focus, and second in the NFL only behind former Raven Kyle Juszczyk, who is now in San Francisco. The NFL’s only two-way player, Ricard also has nine tackles, one sack and one forced fumble as a defensive lineman. He’s as rare as they come.
S Earl Thomas III
Thomas is the leader of the Ravens’ top-notch secondary. The ball-hawking safety has just two interceptions, but his impact is larger than the stats. The longtime Seahawk has grown more comfortable in the Ravens defense with each week and had three of his best games against Seattle’s Russell Wilson, New England’s Tom Brady and the Texans’ Deshaun Watson.
DT Brandon Williams
Williams went to the Pro Bowl for the first time last year and deserves another trip. Baltimore has the NFL’s eighth-stingiest run defense (91.2 yards per game) and Williams is a main reason. When he was out of the lineup, Baltimore surrendered a season-high 193 rushing yards to the Cleveland Browns. Williams has played some of his best football in recent weeks, flashing some pass rush prowess to add to his run stopping dominance.
DT Michael Pierce
Pierce and Williams are the Ravens’ dynamic duo in the middle of their defensive line. The Ravens felt the impact of Pierce’s absence when he left early in the game against the Bengals. Cincinnati responded by running often and Joe Mixon rushed for a season-high 114 yards. Pierce is the Ravens’ highest-graded defensive lineman from Pro Football Focus.
OLB Matthew Judon
Judon’s six sacks through nine games don’t put him at the top of the charts, but that doesn’t tell the whole story. Judon has a league-leading 18 quarterback hits, so he’s applying a lot of pressure. Judon registered a pair of sacks and forced a fumble against the Texans.
K Justin Tucker
Tucker has the NFL’s third-best field goal rate at 19-of-20. His first miss didn’t come until Week 11. Tucker’s had clutch moments too, including a game-winning 46-yard field goal in overtime in Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field. He has won AFC Special Teams Player of the Week twice this season. The NFL’s most accurate kicker of all-time has somehow only been to two Pro Bowls in his seven seasons.
CB Marcus Peters
Traded midseason, Peters has been a hit with the Ravens and was playing well for the Los Angeles Rams before that. Peters has three pick-sixes this season (one with the Rams), which is unheard of. His four interceptions overall are tied for the second-most in the league. Though he didn’t get an interception, Peters won a physical matchup against Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins in Week 11.