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First Team: Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens
It's hard to argue with the production Justin Tucker showed in his rookie season. Now that he's more comfortable and the coaches are more comfortable with him, we could see even more points from the second-year star.
Second Team: Greg Zuerlein, St. Louis Rams
The Rams coaches actually hurt Greg Zuerlein in 2012 by asking him to attempt too many long-range kicks. Those that he missed drove down his accuracy percentage and kept the otherwise sure thing from getting the postseason attention he deserved. A more conservative approach to field goals will put Zuerlein on an All-Pro team in 2013.
First Team: Andy Lee, San Francisco 49ers
Andy Lee is automatic—both as a punter and as an All-Pro candidate. A first-teamer the last two years, Lee is looking for his own version of a three-peat.
Second Team: Brandon Fields, Miami Dolphins
If anyone can unseat Lee at the top, it's Brandon Fields. His 50.2 yards per punt led the league in 2012. If the Miami offense stalls the way it did last season, he'll also have many opportunities to show off his leg.
First Team: Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers
Randall Cobb is so much more than just a return man, and that will help in his campaign for an All-Pro roster spot. As happens most years, a very good positional player who also excels as a returner will get a boost when it comes time to vote. Cobb, with his ability on offense and special teams, is set up to have a big, big year.
Second Team: Jacoby Jones, Baltimore Ravens
A hero for the Baltimore Ravens during the 2012 season, Jacoby Jones will be asked to take on even more as the team tries to replace Anquan Boldin. That could lead to fewer chances in the return game, but the coaches would be crazy to keep Jones off the field on kick returns. His two touchdowns and 108-yard long both led the league.