Watt unanimous All-Pro selection

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt received only 45 of a possible 50 votes for All-Pro at his listed position of defensive end. But five voters voted him at defensive tackle, which means all 50 voters felt J.J. Watt’s historic season was worthy of first-team All-Pro selection. Technically, he’s a first team performer at defensive end and since only three players received more votes at defensive tackle – he’s also a second team All-Pro at that position as well. No other Houston player received any votes.

Here is the 2014 AP All-Pro First Team:
WR: Antonio Brown (PIT), Dez Bryant (DAL)
TE: Rob Gronkowski (NE)
T: Tyron Smith (DAL), Joe Thomas (CLE)
G: Zach Martin (DAL), Marshall Yanda (BAL)
C: Maurkice Pouncey (PIT)
QB: Aaron Rodgers (GB)
RB: DeMarco Murray (DAL), Le’Veon Bell (PIT)
FB: John Kuhn (GB)

DE: J.J. Watt (HOU), Mario Williams (BUF)
DT: Marcell Dareus (BUF), Ndamukong Suh (DET)
OLB: Justin Houston (KC), Elvis Dumervil (BAL)
ILB: Luke Keuchly (CAR), Bobby Wagner (SEA)
DB: Darrelle Revis (NE), Richard Sherman (SEA)
S: Earl Thomas (SEA), Eric Weddle (SD)

P; Pat McAfee (IND)
K: Adam Vinatieri (IND)
KR: Adam Jones (CIN)

Repeaters from 2013 were Watt, Thomas, Suh, Kuechly, Sherman and Thomas.

Click here for the total voting breakdown.

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