We’re less than two weeks away from the Dec. 17 deadline for Pro Bowl voting, and five Green Bay Packers lead their respective positions in NFC votes, according to the NFL’s most recent publication of vote tallies. (That leads the NFC, by the way.)
Those five players are quarterback Aaron Rodgers, fullback John Kuhn, center Jeff Saturday, outside linebacker Clay Matthews and strong safety Charles Woodson.
Despite leading their respective positions, none of these players are guaranteed a selection. Once player voting is complete, coaches and players will cast their own votes, with those two votes and fans’ rankings each comprising one third of the final decision.
Will these Packers be able to hold on and earn a trip to Hawaii? Will others be able to rise up for a selection themselves?
Here are 10 possible Pro Bowlers for Green Bay, ranked from most likely to be selected to least.