Pro Bowl voting has been going on for a few weeks now and from the looks of things, Steelers Nation is getting out there and voting.
The Steelers lead all teams in total votes received for the 2021 Pro Bowl, ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who round out the top five.
T.J. Watt leads all outside linebackers in the AFC and overall in votes with 162,300 votes, ahead of NFC leader Khalil Mack of the Chicago Bears, who has 99,564.
Free safety Minkah Fitzpatrick is in first place in the AFC and overall in voting at his spot with 160,406 votes, ahead of Logan Ryan from the Giants who leads the NFC with 67,606.
Long snapper Kameron Canaday is the only other Steelers' player who is the leading vote getter at his position with 93,480 votes.
As with so many things this year, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the NFL's annual Pro Bowl.
With safety at the forefront, the league canceled the annual game, which was slated to be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Jan. 31.
While the game won't be played, players who are having an incredible season will still be honored as Pro Bowl teams will be selected as in years past.
Fans can vote for the Pro Bowl until Dec. 17 on NFL.com. And with the season many Steelers players are having, it's time for fans to do their thing and get out and vote.
A secondary social vote portion runs through Dec. 17 on Twitter. All public tweets, and retweets, that include the voting requirements outlined below count as a vote, and votes within the final 48 hours count as double.
For votes on Twitter to count, they must be public and include one of the follow methods used in the sample below:
• #ProBowlVote + Player Name (e.g. #ProBowlVote Cameron Heyward)
• #ProBowlVote + #PlayerName (e.g. #ProBowlVote #CameronHeyward)
• #ProBowlVote + @PlayerUsername (e.g. #ProBowlVote @CamHeyward)