5. Tyler Linderbaum
The bad news for Tyler Linderbaum is that he is currently fourth among all centers in Pro Bowl voting. However, the good news is that he is second in the AFC. In the NFC, it is pretty cut and dry, with Jason Kelce and Jake Brendel being the two leading vote-getters. Kelce is the most popular center in the NFL, and Brendel is the center for the San Francisco 49ers, who will dominate the voting on that side.
Creed Humphrey is the center for the Chiefs and one of the best centers in the NFL as well. He established a reputation when he was a rookie and has been able to propel that into being a Pro Bowl option every year. Still, this feels like the year where we see Linderbaum make it to the Pro Bowl and then continue that streak for years to come.
Linderbaum is having a great season and maybe the second-best player overall on the Ravens' offense. He took a huge step from his rookie season, so while he is not quite as recognized as Humphrey, it feels like he will be in that conversation of a lock into the Pro Bowl next year.