Two weeks into Pro-Bowl voting, three Seahawks players—quarterback Geno Smith, cornerback Tariq Woolen and linebacker Jordyn Brooks—all lead at their respective positions in NFC voting. Woolen, in fact, leads all NFL cornerbacks in voting.
Smith, who leads the NFL in completion percentage (72.8) and ranks second in passer rating (107.9), had 70,230 votes as of Monday, the most among NFC quarterbacks, ahead of Philadelphia's Jalen Hurts, Minnesota's Kirk Cousins and Tampa Bay's Tom Brady. Kansas City's Patrick Mahomes leads all quarterbacks in voting NFL-wide.
Woolen, whose five interceptions matched a Seahawks rookie record and rank first among cornerbacks league-wide, has 58,633 votes, while fellow rookie Sauce Gardner leads AFC cornerbacks with 46,581 votes.
Brooks, who has an NFL-best 122 tackles, has 46,300 votes to lead NFC inside linebackers, just behind Baltimore's Roquan Smith (46,356) for the most in the NFL.
Seahawks fans can continue voting for Smith, Woolen, Brooks and the rest of Seattle's deserving players online at https://www.seahawks.com/pro-bowl-games/vote/ through December 15. And starting Thursday, 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.
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