PHILADELPHIA, PA - DECEMBER 18: LeSean McCoy #25 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks on from the sidelines during the fourth quarter against the New York Jets at Lincoln Financial Field on December 18, 2011 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
Fan voting for the 2012 pro bowl has ended and after 100 million votes were cast, Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy garnered the 6th most votes in the league. He leads all running backs with 962,824 votes.
McCoy leads the league in total TDs with 20 and trails Maurice Jones-Drew by just 60 yards for the rushing title. He is the only Eagle to lead his position in the fan voting, which counts for 1/3 of the final result. Player and coach voting makes up the other 2/3rds. Either way, McCoy is lock to make and start the Pro Bowl after the unreal season he’s had.
McCoy is certainly not the only Eagle deserving of a pro bowl spot, but if there's one area where you might say they got jobbed in fan voting it's along the offensive line. All the leading vote getters are Packers, when objectively Jason Peters and Evan Mathis are probably both having better seasons than any LT/LG combo in the NFC. Jason Babin is the other obvious pick, but the NFL only identified one leader at DE and that's Jared Allen. Undoubtedly though, at least Peters and Babin will find themselves named to the Pro Bowl either way.