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Three Cleveland Browns That Should Make the Pro Bowl
Sitting with a record of 7-6, the Cleveland Browns find themselves at second in the AFC North and fighting within a five-way tie for the wildcard spots in the AFC playoff picture.
With just four weeks left in the National Football League season, it is time to consider who has been the best player on each individual team and who should be considered for the NFL Pro Bowl rosters.
Last season, the Browns took three players to the pro bowl and Joel Bitonio, Myles Garrett, and Nick Chubb.
With them being one of the more competitive teams in the AFC, we wanted to make a list of three players on the Browns' current roster that I believe should make the Pro Bowl.
With a focus on the Browns, there hasn't been too much to be excited for on the offensive end aside from the run game.
While the defense has kept opponents off the scoreboard, there haven't been more than a few players out of stood out on a regular basis.
Taking all that into account, I wanted to highlight one defensive star and two keys to the offense's run game that I believe should make the Pro Bowl.
Without further ado, here are three Browns who should make this year's NFL Pro Bowl.
No. 1: Myles Garrett, DE
It's come to the point where Myles Garrett is going to be a perennial pro-bowler for essentially the remainder of his career.
He is second in the league in sacks with 15 just won behind Steelers LB T.J. Watt for lead.
He's also leading the league in quarterback pressures, as recorded by Pro Football Focus, and is top five in the league in quarterback hurries and knockdowns.
There is not much more you want from your star defensive end.
No. 2: Wyatt Teller, OG
Fellow offensive guard Joel Bitonio deserves to be on the shortlist for the Pro Bowl again this year, but if you want to know a key to the Browns' success, it is another offensive guard Wyatt Teller.
When both Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt were healthy, the Browns had one of the best rushing attacks in the league; much of that is thanks to Wyatt Teller.
If fans are looking to send the best offensive guards in the game to the Pro Bowl, Wyatt Teller has to be on that list.
No. 3: Nick Chubb, RB
This list cannot be complete with another pro-bowl appearance for Nick Chubb.
He currently sits fifth in the league in rushing yards while missing a few games and has consistently been one of the best backs in the league for the past few years.
Fellow AFC running backs Jonathan Taylor, Derrick Henry, and Joe Mixon all have more rushing yards than Chubb, but none of them are splitting time with another star running back like Kareem Hunt.
With Henry likely to sit out the pro bowl due to injuries, Chubb should be the likely replacement.
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