New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees leads all players in fan voting for the 2019 Pro Bowl with 487,400 votes, the NFL announced Wednesday, Nov. 21
Brees, who earlier this season became the NFL's all-time passing yardage leader, is having one of the best seasons of his remarkable 18-year career. He has thrown for 25 touchdowns with just one interception while leading the Saints (9-1) on a nine-game winning streak heading into Thursday night's home game vs. the Atlanta Falcons (4-6). The game is at 7:20 p.m. at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and will be broadcast by NBC.
Saints running back Alvin Kamara is eighth in the voting with 312,083. Saints left tackle Terron Armstead leads NFC tackles with 128,234 votes and Max Unger leads voting for NFC centers with 125,249 votes. Saints special-teams standout Justin Hardee is the top NFC vote-getter at his position with 45,658 votes. Kicker Wil Lutz has the second-most votes at kicker for NFC players.
Where are Saints players are ranked in their position:
Fullback Zach Line is fourth
Receiver Michael Thomas is seventh.
Guard Andrus Peat is sixth.
Guard Larry Warford is seventh.
Right tackle Ryan Ramczyk is fourth.
Defensive end Cameron Jordan is seventh.
Defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins is seventh.
Inside linebacker Alex Anzalone is ninth.
Cornerback Marshon Lattimore is seventh.
Free safety Marcus Williams is eighth.
Strong safety Kurl Coleman is eighth.
Punter Thomas Morstead is fifth.
Return specialist Taysom Hill is fifth.
Fan voting will continue until Dec. 13. Click here to vote.