Mid-Season All-Pro Team – Offence

OFFENCE: 11 Personnel


Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles

This was quite possibly our easiest choice of our team. The 2nd overall pick out of Dakota State is taking his game to new heights in his sophomore year, leading his Eagles to a 7-1 start and a commanding lead in the NFC East.

Season Stats: 161 completions, 2063 yds, 61.0% completion, 19 TDs, 5 INTs

Other Candidates: Tom Brady, Deshaun Watson

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Kareem Hunt – Kansas City Chiefs

The modern running back must have an elite mix of rushing efficiency and pass-catching ability in the backfield, and the Chiefs have unearthed an absolute gem out of the 3rd round of the 2017 draft who took over starting duties for the injured Spencer Ware in week one.

Season Stats (Rushing): 146 att, 763 yds @ 5.2 YPC, 4 TDs, 1 fumble

Season Stats (Receiving): 28 rec, 307 yds, 2 TDs

Other Candidates: Leonard Fournette, Ezekiel Elliot

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Antonio Brown- Pittsburgh Steelers

No-brainer. The future first ballot hall-of-famer is leading the league in receptions, yards and targets, and is on pace to break the record for most receptions by a wide receiver in the league’s history

Season Stats: 57 rec, 94 targets, 835 yards, 3 TDs, 14.7 yards per reception

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DeAndre Hopkins- Houston Texans

The emergence of rookie Deshaun Watson has finally given Hopkins the arm he’s been looking for at Houston to put him in the category of the league’s most elite and productive pass-catchers. Currently leads the league for touchdowns at the WR position.

Season Stats: 45 rec, 76 targets, 606 yards, 7 TDs, 13.5 yards per reception

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Adam Thielen- Minnesota Vikings

As we are using the 3 WR/1 RB/1 TE formation we would have to use our third selection at wideout to the most productive slot receiver, and Thielen is that man. Despite a constant question at quarterback so far this season at Minnesota, the undrafted free agent out of Minnesota State has built on his breakout 2016 campaign to be quite possibly the most productive and versatile receiver in the league as he has shown his abilities to work both outside and in the slot.

Season Stats: 48 rec, 75 targets, 627 yards, 1 TD, 13.1 yards per reception

Other Candidates: A.J Green, Tyreek Hill, T.Y Hilton

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Travis Kelce- Kansas City Chiefs

The big man has quickly become Alex Smith’s favourite and most reliable receiver under any circumstance, and he hasn’t disappointed with an unbelievable 74.6% catch rate and 29 first down receptions, ranking him 5th in the league amongst all positions.

Season Stats: 44 rec, 59 targets, 556 yards, 4 TDs, 12.6 yards per reception

Other Candidates: Zach Ertz, Jack Doyle

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Andrew Whitworth- LA Rams

The 12-season veteran out of LSU has been a model of consistency for years, and has taken his game to a new level by not only providing sophomore QB Jared Goff with endless protection at the blind side, but effectively setting the edge for star running back Todd Gurley to do his thing.

Season Stats: 1 penalty conceded, 3 sacks conceded, 83.2 PFF grade, 79.9 pass block, 85.5 run block

Other Candidate: Joe Thomas

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David DeCastro- Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers left guard has been widely regarded so far this season as the most efficient left guard in the NFL, and his PFF grade numbers back that up and then some, ranking first in the run block grade and first amongst all guards in the NFL for overall ranking.

Season Stats: 3 penalties conceded, 0 sacks conceded, 91.2 PFF grade, 84.4 pass block, 93.2 run block

Other Candidate: Richie Incognito

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Alex Mack- Atlanta Falcons

In regards to versatility in both the run and pass game, Mack wins this selection with ease. The veteran from California has yet to concede both a sack and penalty so far this season!

Season Stats: 0 penalties conceded, 0 sacks conceded, 86.9 PFF grade, 79.6 pass block, 86.1 run block

Other Candidate: Jason Kelce

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Zach Martin- Dallas Cowboys

Despite the shake-up on Dallas’ offensive line during the off-season, Martin has proven to be a model of consistency and production that keeps both his elite quarterback and running back firing on all cylinders. There’s not much Martin does that makes you second guess his importance to his offensive unit, and many regard him just as important as their skill position players.

Season Stats: 0 penalties conceded, 0 sacks conceded, 90.6 PFF grade, 88.8 pass block, 88.7 run block

Other Candidate: Shaq Mason

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Lane Johnson- Philadelphia Eagles

It would be rude to not include an Eagles lineman as they are arguably the most complete unit all-round, and Lane Johnson has looked to be the cornerstone of that line. The fifth-year man out of Oklahoma does his best work stuffing the edge for a running lane, but as the season has gone on he has also improved his pass blocking significantly.

Season Stats: 4 penalties conceded, 4 sacks conceded, 84.4 PFF grade, 82.3 pass block, 85.1 run block

Other Candidate: Demar Dotson

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