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The players listed below are having sensational seasons and for some of them it could be the first time they’ll be awarded with All-Pro honors.

DT-Quinnen Williams, New York Jets

Quinnen Williams has arguably been the best interior defensive tackle all season. The dominate play that was seen at the University of Alabama is starting to surface at the NFL level. Williams has been causing havoc in the backfield throughout the year with eight sacks and 21 pressures in 11 games. According to PFF, Williams has the 4th highest defense grade among interior tackles at 89.9. At just 25-years-old Quinnen Williams’s run of wrecking opposing offenses is just getting started.

RB-Josh Jacobs, Las Vegas Raiders

The Raiders have been one of the worst teams in the NFL. One of the only bright spots for the silver and black has been the play of Josh Jacobs. The fourth-year running back is having a career year across all major categories. Jacobs currently leads the league in rushing with 1,159 yards, yards per game at 105.4, and ranks fourth in yards per carry at 5.4. In addition he has also gained 325 receiving yards on 40 catches to go along with nine touchdowns. Jacobs has become the franchise running back for Las Vegas and as been worth the price of admission all year.

QB-Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles

Jalen Hurts has been at the top of the list of best breakout seasons all year. Hurts has cemented himself as the undoubted franchise quarterback of the Eagles. The former Oklahoma Sooner has been the definition of a dual-threat quarterback averaging 232.7 passing yards and 54.3 yards on the ground. His ability as a runner keeps the defense on their toes as he can easily break off a 10+ yard run. As a passer, Hurts has been one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the league with a 67.3% completion rate with 17 touchdowns and just three interceptions. The skepticism around Hurts as an NFL starter has been shattered by his consistent high level performance.

CB-Sauce Gardner, New York Jets

The end of last year saw Cowboys rookie Micah Parsons earn a spot on an All-Pro team for his phenomenal first year. The end of the 2022 season could see another rookie land on the list for a consecutive year. Sauce Gardner has been an absolute stud for the New York Jets. The fourth overall pick has been a shutdown corner all year long who hasn’t given up more than 49 yards in game. Quarterbacks who throw his way have a passer rating of 56.5 and a 51.7% completion rate. With two interceptions and two game saving plays, Gardner has staked his claim as an elite corner.

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