Starting today, November 15, you can start helping send your favorite Seahawks to the 2023 Pro Bowl Games in in Las Vegas.
Reimagined for 2023, the Pro Bowl Games will feature a new format that spotlights NFL Flag Football and a week-long celebration of players skills, with players showcasing their football and non-football skills in unique competitions. The week will culminate on Sunday, February 5 with an AFC vs. NFC flag football game at Allegiant Stadium.
Send Your Favorite Seahawks To The Pro Bowl Games
Voting for the 2023 Pro Bowl is underway allowing 12s to vote for their favorite Seahawks to represent Seattle on the NFC squad in the reimagined Pro Bowl Games.
Online voting runs through December 15, and over the final two weeks of voting, starting December 1, fans can also vote on Twitter by tweeting the first and last name of the player, tagging the player's official Twitter handle, or creating a hashtag including the player's first and last name. All forms of twitter votes must include the hashtag #ProBowlVote.
For more info on how to vote, fans can text VOTE to 635635.
Pro Bowl selections will be determined by the consensus of votes from fans, players and coaches with each counting as one-third towards determining this year's selections.
The Seahawks head into their bye at 6-4 and in first place in the NFC West, and have plenty of players worthy of Pro Bowl consideration, including but not limited to:
Quarterback Geno Smith
One of the leading candidates for Comeback Player of the Year, Smith currently leads the NFL in completion percentage (72.8), ranks second in passer rating (108.0) and is tied for fifth with 17 touchdown passes. His seven games with a 100-plus passer rating are the most of any quarterback in the league this season, as are his eight games with multiple touchdown passes.
Outside Linebacker Uchenna Nwosu
An offseason free-agent signing, Nwosu has been one of Seattle's best defensive players, recording a team high 7.0 sacks and 15 quarterback hits through 10 games. The NFC Defensive Player of the Week in Week 1, Nwosu also has three passes defensed, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
Cornerback Tariq Woolen
The NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month for October, Woolen is second in the NFL with five interceptions, a total that is most among cornerbacks, including a pick-six in Seattle's Week 4 win in Detroit.
Linebacker Jordyn Brooks
After setting a franchise record last year with 184 tackles, Brooks is off to another great start, recording an NFL-leading 104 tackles through his first 10 games, including 14 more on Sunday.
Receivers Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf
One of the NFL's best receiving duos is getting the job done again in 2022, and have been a big part of Smith and the offense's success. Both players rank in the top 15 among receivers in touchdown receptions and catches, and both are in the top 20 in yards.
Kicker Jason Myers
Myers, who has missed only one field goal all season, and is 5 for 5 from 50-plus yards after making a 55-yarder on Sunday, leads the league in scoring with 83 points.
Punter Michael Dickson
After a fantastic game in Munich that featured four punts downed inside the 20, Dickson ranks first in the NFC with a 45.2 yard-per-punt net average, and his 49.4 yard-per-punt average ranks second in the NFC.
So go support your favorite Seahawks by voting early and often between now and December 15.
Check out some of the best action shots from Seahawks vs. Buccaneers at Allianz Arena in Munich on November 13, 2022. Game action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery.