Four Packers make PFF All-Pro team after Week 12

Green Bay Packers, Davante Adams, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, Davante Adams, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) /

Four Packers are in PFF’s All-Pro Team after Week 12.

The Green Bay Packers have had a number of players put in All-Pro seasons this year. This has been a huge reason for the team’s 8-3 start and push for the NFC’s number one seed.

Pro Football Focus has released their updated All-Pro team following Week 12, and four Packers are part of the first team.

Many analysts seem ready to crown Patrick Mahomes as the NFL MVP already, but PFF has Aaron Rodgers as their first-team All-Pro ahead of Mahomes at this stage of the season.

This comes as no surprise. Rodgers has been every bit as impressive with 3,100 yards, 33 touchdowns, and just four interceptions in the Packers’ opening 11 games. They are simply incredible numbers.

It seemed hard to believe the Rodgers-to-Jordy Nelson connection would ever be beaten, but I think it’s fair to say his current partnership with Davante Adams is the best of his career.

Adams, too, makes the PFF All-Pro team. He’s averaging over 100 receiving yards per game. In the nine games he’s played, Adams has 908 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Of course, you can’t have a great offense without help from the offensive line. David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins continue to dominate while Lucas Patrick and Billy Turner have both had great seasons. However, it’s about time Corey Linsley gets some love.

The Packers’ center makes PFF’s All-Pro Team. Linsley has been great in both the passing and run games.

On defense, it’s no surprise to see Jaire Alexander make the team. The third-year cornerback has shut down many great wide receivers he’s come up against this season. Alexander has taken a big step in year three and leads a talented secondary.

Four Packers are in PFF’s All-Pro team after Week 12. How many do you think will make the team at the end of the regular season?

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