The Ravens have no leaders in Pro Bowl voting with a week to go, which may not be all that surprising for a 4-8 team that is limping toward the finish line.
But it is mildly surprising that a few Ravens who are having outstanding seasons haven't gotten more recognition from fan voters.
Most notably, punter Sam Koch, who leads the league in net punting (44.5) and has just two touchbacks all season, stands third in Pro Bowl voting, behind New England's Ryan Allen and the Colts' Pat McAfee. Allen ranks 20th in the league in net punting (39.2). Ravens special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg last year made an impassioned case for Koch as a Pro Bowl candidate, and he has another strong case to do so again.
Granted, the Pro Bowl fan voting accounts for just one-third of the selection process; the Pro Bowl players are determined by consensus votes of fans, players and coaches.
With one week left in fan voting, the only Ravens player in the top two is kicker Justin Tucker, a distant second behind New England's Stephen Gostokowski.
Defensive tackle Brandon Williams, who has been one of the Ravens best players all season, stands ninth in voting among defensive tackles. The top two at that position are Geno Atkins of Cincinnati and Kawann Short of Carolina.
Guard Marshal Yanda, who has made the Pro Bowl four straight years, ranks eighth among guards. Other Ravens in the top 10 include Albert McClellan, No. 3 as a special teamer, and Kyle Juszczyk, No. 3 at fullback.
Fan voting continues until Dec. 15. Players and coaches vote on Dec. 18, and the Pro Bowl rosters will be announced Dec. 22.
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