Patriots QB Tom Brady, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers lead Pro Bowl voting

Thursday November 12th, 2015

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is the current leader in fan votes for the 2016 Pro Bowl, the NFL announced Wednesday.

Brady, 38, has made 10 Pro Bowls in his 16-year career, including seven consecutive selections dating back to 2007. He is in the midst of one of his best career seasons with a league-high 22 touchdowns and 113.5 quarterback rating. He has thrown only two interceptions, which gives him the lowest interception percentage in the league.

The 8–0 Patriots play the New York Giants (5–4) in Week 10.

Brady has received 141,750 votes, followed by Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers with 120,242, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton with 114,368, Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman with 103,334 and Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski with 101,674.

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The Patriots, Falcons and Arizona Cardinals each have two players in the top 10 of votes received. Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer is in seventh place, with wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in 10th. Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is in the eighth spot.

Fan voting for Pro Bowl selections will end on Dec. 15, and the winners will be announced on Dec. 22. The Pro Bowl will take place on Jan. 31 in Honolulu.

- Erin Flynn

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