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Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers has led his team to 14-1, and what could possibly be an 18-1 season. He's got a QB Passer Rating of 122.5 and has thrown for 4,643 yards so far.
Running Back: Ray Rice rushed for over 1,100 yards and 10 touchdowns, while receiving for over 600 yards and 3 touchdowns. He currently ranks fifth in the NFL in yards and touchdowns.
Fullback: James Casey didn't get the Pro Bowl nod like he had probably hoped for. Casey missed a few games this season with a torn hamstring but still had almost 200 yards and 1 touchdown in the regular season. He will be one to watch when the playoffs roll around.
Tight End: The most successful of the three Gronkowski brothers in the NFL, Rob, has really come out and wowed the NFL. Last season as a rookie, Gronk scored 10 touchdowns; this season he is up to 16.
Wide Receiver: A.J. Green has had a phenomenal rookie season and is headed to Hawaii for the Pro Bowl. He and Andy Dalton are going to make Cincinnati a tough team to beat next year.
Tackle: The 49ers have had one hell of a season and part of that is thanks to Joe Staley, who will be one of eight players representing San Francisco in the Pro Bowl.
Guard: Carl Nicks has spent four seasons with the Saints and played in all but three games. He and teammate Jahri Evans will be starting in the Pro Bowl for the NFC.
Center: The Panthers gave Ryan Kalil their franchise tag and have probably not looked back since. Kalil will be heading to the Pro Bowl for the third straight year.