Predicting the Baltimore Ravens 2019 Pro Bowl players

Here is a look at the Baltimore Ravens who could be heading to the Pro Bowl:

The Baltimore Ravens have several players that could be going to the Pro Bowl in the 2019 season. They have some very talented players. Here are the five potential Pro Bowl nods:

Justin Tucker – Tucker is the best player at his position in the NFL. It’s insane to think that the most accurate kicker in NFL history hasn’t been a Pro Bowler in every single season of his career. Tucker is the most reliable kicker in the NFL. If the 2019 season is anything like the previous years of his career, it would be unfair to keep him out of the Pro Bowl.

Marlon Humphrey – Humphrey has a chance to jump into the top echelon of cornerbacks this season. Humphrey is a physical cornerback who is hard to complete passes against. Humphrey was one of the highest ranked cornerbacks on Pro Football Focus on a weekly basis for a reason. What makes Humphrey next level good is his timing. He knocks passes loose on a regular basis and most of the time he can take receivers completely out of a game.

Marshal Yanda – Yanda has the one thing that every Pro Bowl player needs. He has name recognition. It also doesn’t hurt that Yanda is a potential Hall of Fame player and he plays at a high level. Yanda simply doesn’t give up sacks. He’s the most consistent guard in football and he’s one of the most physically imposing offensive linemen in the league year in and year out. Yanda has the name recognition that could get him in on a decent season, but he should earn his ticket to the Pro Bowl anyway.

Sam Koch – Sam Koch is one of the more consistent punters in football and he has a knack for pinning teams inside the 20 yard line. He is part of the Ravens “Wolfpack” on special teams. He was voted into the Pro Bowl in 2015 (a year he did a lot of punting). Every single season though, he puts himself in the conversation.

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Earl Thomas – Thomas has been to the Pro Bowl six times in his career. When he is healthy he plays at a Pro Bowl level. Period.  Thomas has a chance to get back to his ball hawking ways. He’s had five interceptions in three different seasons. With the kind of secondary talent the Ravens have around him, this could be the best year of his career. It could also net him comeback player of the year.