Four Washington Commanders Make The Pro Bowl
The Pro Bowl voting result for the NFL were released Wednesday night. The Commanders had four players selected to the Pro Bowl and also had two alternate selections. Here are the four players selected.
Jonathan Allen- This is his second Pro Bowl selection, his first coming last year. Allen deserves being voted to the Pro Bowl because he has been playing at an All Pro level all season. Allen currently has 7.5 sacks and 16 tackles for a loss
Tress Way- This is also his second Pro Bowl selection, his first was back in 2019. Tress Way has been one of the best punters in the league for the last 5 years. This season he has put 32 punts inside the twenty and only has four touchbacks.
Terry McLaurin- This is his first Pro Bowl selection. Terry went over 1,000 yards for the third straight season on Sunday and deserves to finally get in the Pro Bowl.
Jeremy Reaves- This is also his first Pro Bowl selection. Reaves got selected as the best special teamer. Reaves has been off and on the Washington roster the last few seasons. This year he has finally found his home and that is being one of the special team players in the NFL.
The Commanders also had two alternates selected Daron Payne and Montez Sweat. They will get to go if a player at their position ops out or goes to the Super Bowl.