Joe Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase named to the All-AFC Team for Pro Football Writers

America’s professional soccer writers announced their All-NFL, All-AFC, and All-NFC teams on Monday. Two players from the Cincinnati Bengals appeared on the All-AFC squad.

Midfielder Joe Burrow and wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase were selected for the team, and were voted on by all members of the PFWA. He was joined by Chase, the Chiefs’ wide receiver, Terek Hill.

Burrow’s selection is a major accomplishment for the second quarter. In a conference where Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen still seemed to excel for most of the season, Burrow was voted the conference’s best quarterback after leading the Bengals to a record 10-7 regular season and North Asian Championship.

Team voting ended before the Bengals beat the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Divisional Playoffs, but his performance on Saturday certainly helps give credence to the Borough selection.

Difference from PFWA:

2021 PFWA ALL-NFL Team
a crime
QB – Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers *
RB – Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns; Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts
WR – Davant Adams, Green Bay Packers*; Copper Cup, Los Angeles Rams
TE – Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens
C- Jason Kelsey, Philadelphia Eagles
J-Joel Pettonio, Cleveland Browns*; Zach Martin, Dallas Cowboys
T – Trent Williams, San Francisco 49ers; Tristan Whacks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
defense
D – Nick Bossa, San Francisco 49ers; Miles Garrett, Cleveland Browns*
DT – Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams%; Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh Steelers
OLB – Micah Parsons, Dallas Cowboys (r); TJ Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers #
ILB – De Founder Campbell, Green Bay Packers
CB – Tryvon Diggs, Dallas Cowboys; Galen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams*
S – Kevin Biard, Tennessee Titans; Jordan Boyer, Buffalo Bills
special teams
PK – Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens &
P – AJ Cole, Las Vegas Raiders
KR – Braxton Piraeus, New York Jets
PR – Devin DuVernay, Baltimore Ravens
ST – JT Gray, New Orleans Saints

2021 PFWA ALL-AFC Team
a crime
QB – Joe Borough, Cincinnati Bengals
RB – Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns #; Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts
WR – Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals; Terek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs*
TE – Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens
C – Creed Humphrey, Chiefs of Kansas City
J-Joel Pettonio, Cleveland Browns*; Quinton Nelson, Indianapolis Colts and
T – Colton Miller, Las Vegas Raiders; Rashon Slater, Los Angeles Chargers
defense
D – Max Crosby, Las Vegas Raiders; Miles Garrett, Cleveland Browns*
DT – Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh Steelers; Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs*
OLB – Matthew Godon, New England Patriots; TJ Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers #
MLB – Darius Leonard, Indianapolis Colts #
CB – Xavien Howard, Miami Dolphins *; JC Jackson, New England Patriots
S – Kevin Biard, Tennessee Titans; Jordan Boyer, Buffalo Bills
special teams
PK – Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens ^
P – AJ Cole, Las Vegas Raiders
KR – Braxton Piraeus, New York Jets
PR – Devin DuVernay, Baltimore Ravens
Saint-Matthew Slater, New England Patriots

2021 PFWA ALL-NFC Team
a crime
QB – Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers *
RB – Dalvin Cook, MN Vikings #; Antonio Gibson, Washington Soccer Team
WR – Davant Adams, Green Bay Packers*; Copper Cup, Los Angeles Rams
TE – George Keitel, San Francisco 49ers
C- Jason Kelsey, Philadelphia Eagles
g – Ali Marbet, Tampa Bay Buccaneers*; Zach Martin, Dallas Cowboys
T – Trent Williams, San Francisco 49ers*; Tristan Whacks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
defense
D – Nick Bossa, San Francisco 49ers; Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints +
DT – Jonathan Allen, Washington soccer team; Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams%
OLB – Micah Parsons, Dallas Cowboys (r); Robert Quinn, Chicago Bears
ILB – De Founder Campbell, Green Bay Packers
CB – Tryvon Diggs, Dallas Cowboys; Galen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams*
S – Bodda Baker, Arizona Cardinals*; Quander Diggs, Seattle Seahawks
special teams
BK – Matt Jay, Rams Los Angeles
F – Brian Unger, Dallas Cowboys
KR – Ken Nwang’o, Minnesota Vikings (right)
Public Relations – Jekim Grant, Chicago Bears
ST – JT Gray, New Orleans Saints

(r) – ascending
* – Repeat selection from 2020
# – successive selections from 2019-21
+ – consecutive picks from 2017 to 21
% – successive selections from 2015-21


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