A trio of Pittsburgh Steelers will likely represent the team in the 2022 Pro Bowl as they lead their respective position groups at the completion of voting on Dec. 16.
Outside linebacker T.J. Watt paced his position league-wide with 237,047 votes.
He leads the NFL with 17.5 sacks, which is also a team record he set in Sunday’s win over the Tennessee Titans. Watt also has 17 tackles-for-loss and four forced fumbles.
Ray-Ray McCloud will likely be the AFC representative as a return specialist with 98,525. He is sixth in the league in average punt return yardage (9.1), 13th in average yardage per kick return (22.4).
Even after a shaky outing in Sunday’s win, Pressley Harvin III led all AFC punters with 93,676 votes. He is averaging 43.3 yards per punt.
Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor received the most Pro Bowl votes in the league with 265,370.
Pro Bowl rosters will be announced Wednesday, Dec. 22 during a live special on NFL Network beginning at 8 p.m.