VegasTopDogs NFL All-Pro Team
The 2017 NFL season is almost over – which means we have seen some great play and some not so great play from teams this year.
And on those teams, we have watched players play great and players play amazing top notch football
We will honor the top players from their position this season in the 2017 VTD All-Pro team.
QB: Tom Brady, 30 TD, 8 int, 293 YPG, 68 %, 8.1 YPA, six 300+ YD games as of 12.30.2017.
RB: Mark Ingram, 12 rushing TDs, 5 YPC, 2nd in the NFL in rushing TDs.
RB: Todd Gurley, 19 total TDs, 4.7 YPC, leads the league in total TDs.
WR: Antonio Brown, 9 TDs, 15.2 YD/catch, 101 recpt, 1533 YDs, tops in the NFL in yards
WR: Adam Thielen, 4 TDs, 14.3 YD/catch, 85 recpt, 1215 YDs
WR: DeAndre Hopkins, 13 TDs, 14.4 YD/catch, 96 recpt, 1378 YDs
TE: Travis Kelce, 8 TDs, 12.5 YD/catch, 83 recpt, 1038 YDs
OT: Alejandro Villanueva
OG: Kelechi Osemele
C: John Sullivan
OG: Zack Martin
OT: Tyron Smith
K: Matt Prater, 28 FGM, 7-11 FG 50+, 7-8 FG 40-49, 37-38 XPM-XPA
KR: Pharoh Cooper, 27.4 avg, 1 TD, 103 long, 932 YDs, tops in the NFL
PR: Jamal Agnew, 16.0 avg, 2 TD, 88 long, 416 YDs, tops in the NFL
On the defensive side
DE: Everson Griffen, 13 sacks, 31 tackles, career high in sacks
DT: Geno Atkins, 9 sacks, – forced fumbles, 28 tackles, having his best season since 2015
DT: Malik Jackson, 8 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, 29 tackles, career high in sacks
DE: Joey Bosa, 11.5 sacks, 52 tackles, leads the team in forced fumbles with 4
LB: Bobby Wagner, 1.5 sacks, 6 passes defended, 94 tackles, 2 int
LB: C.J. Mosley, 1 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 91 tackles, 2 int
LB: Telvin Smith, 1 sacks, 1 forced fumbles, 69 tackles, 3 int
CB: Xavier Rhodes, 2 int, 9 PD, 52 tackles
CB: Desmond Trufant, 2 int, 11 PD, 39 tackles
S: Harrison Smith, 5 int, 11 PD, 72 tackles, Hands down, the best safety in the game today.
S: Darius Slay, 7 int, 23 PD, 58 tackles, tops in the NFL in 2017 for interceptions
It has been a truly riveting season – with some great ups and some very controversial and disappointing downs, but on the whole – the game carries on. The players that make us cheer, and the players and their amazing skills that we enjoy to watch take the field and lay the beat down to their opponents keep us cheering for more. Some of the guys here are used to the accolades and honors as being the best – some, not so much. But, like they say, you have to start somewhere.