With the 2020 regular season in the rearview mirror, which players were selected on offense for our NFL All-Pro team? Let’s take a look at the players making up our All-Pro offensive starters and backups from the 2020 regular season. If you are a loyalist towards the defense, no worries, PFN has its nominations for All-Pro defense as well.
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NFL First-Team All-Pro Quarterback | Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
The likely MVP of the 2020 NFL season is a clear choice to be the first-team All-Pro quarterback. Rodgers led the league in touchdown percentage at 9.1 percent, pass completion percentage at 70.7, as well as being tied for first in interception percentage.
Rodgers came into the year with question marks over his role following the Packers’ drafting of Jordan Love. However, he led his team to an NFC-leading 13-3 record, silencing many question marks.
Second Team | Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans
Deshaun Watson led the league in passing yards with 4,823, with a league-leading 8.9 yards per attempt. Additionally, Watson threw just 7 interceptions, with the fourth-best interception percentage among qualified quarterbacks.
Despite losing DeAndre Hopkins in the offseason and seeing his head coach fired mid-season, Watson put up an impressive statistical season. He also ranked third at the position in Pro Football Network’s Offensive Value Metric (OVM), which measures how much of a player’s statistical production he was responsible for. Watson is a worthy selection as one of the offensive players on our 2020 All-Pro team.
Running Back | Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans
Henry led the league in rushing yards in 2020, topping his 2019 total of 1,540. He averaged 126.7 yards per game while scoring 17 touchdowns. Despite being a relative non-factor in the passing game, Henry led the league in total yards from scrimmage with 2,141.
Second Team | Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns
Despite missing four games, Nick Chubb still managed to rank seventh in total rushing yards with 1,067. He was one of just eight running backs to top 1,000 yards on the season while ranking second at the position in yards per attempt (5.6).
Despite having the talented Kareem Hunt as a backup, the Browns managed just 95.5 rushing yards per game with Chubb out. In the 12 games he played, the team averaged 166 rushing yards. Chubb also finished as the sixth-highest ranked running back in OVM.
NFL First-Team All-Pro Wide Receivers | Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers & Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills
Arguably the top option on offense for this NFL All-Pro team, Davante Adams led the league in receiving touchdowns with 18. He added 1,374 yards while catching an impressive 77.2 percent of his 149 targets.
Stefon Diggs led the league in receiving yards with 1,535 in his first year in Buffalo. The Bills’ receiver averaged 12.1 per reception and caught 76.5 percent of his targets. He also added 8 touchdowns, which tied him for 15th in the NFL.
Diggs and Adams both ranked in the top five at the position in OVM.
Second Team | Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs & Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings
Tyreek Hill trailed only Davante Adams in receiving touchdowns (15) this season. He added 1,276 yards, but his 64.4 percent catch rate is somewhat disappointing compared to the likes of Diggs and Adams. Justin Jefferson makes our NFL second-team All-Pro offense after an incredible rookie season. The former LSU Tigers WR pulled in 70.4 percent of his targets for 1,400 yards.
FLEX | Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints
Kamara led the league in total rushing and receiving touchdowns (21) while ranking third in yards per scrimmage (1,688). He was a key part of a Saints offense that was at times disjointed, scoring 36 percent of the team’s touchdowns.
Second Team | Cole Beasley, Buffalo Bills
Beasley has a superb season in Buffalo, pulling in 76.6 percent of his targets. He had a career-high 967 receiving yards, averaging 11.8 yards per reception. Beasley also finished the 2020 season eighth in OVM. Of all the offensive players on our 2020 All-Pro team, Beasley is the biggest feel-good story.
NFL First-Team All-Pro Tight End | Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs
Kelce finished the season second in the league in receiving yards with 1,416. He pulled in 72.4 percent of his passes, averaging 9.8 yards per target and 13.5 yards per receptions. He scored 11 touchdowns while finishing seventh at the position in OVM. After Adams, Kelce was the easiest selection for the offense on this NFL All-Pro team.
Second Team | Darren Waller, Las Vegas Raiders
Waller ranked 10th in the league when it came to receiving yards in 2020 with 1,196. He caught 73.8 percent of his passes and added 9 touchdowns. A close third option was Robert Tonyan, who scored 11 touchdowns and led the position in OVM.
Tackles | David Bakhtiari, Green Bay Packers & Andrew Whitworth, Los Angeles Rams
The Packers’ offensive line led the league in Pass Block and Run Block Win Rate. Bakhtiari was a huge part of that, ranking sixth in Pass Block Win Rate at the position and 10th in Run Block Win Rate.
Whitworth missed the final seven games of the regular season but led the league in Pass Block Win Rate at the tackle position. He backed that up with an eighth-place ranking in Run Block Win Rate.
Second Team | Terron Armstead, New Orleans Saints & Tristan Wirfs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Armstead has a superb year protecting the blind side of Drew Brees. He was an instrumental piece of a Saints defense that ranked fifth in Pass Block Win Rate. Wirfs is the second rookie on our NFL All-Pro offense. Wirfs performances at the position stood out all year in his rookie season. Both players could easily have been offensive starters on our 2020 All-Pro team.
NFL First-Team All-Pro Guards | Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns & Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis Colts
Bitonio led the position in Pass Block Win Rate and was a crucial part of a dominant Browns run game. The Browns ranked fifth in the league in yards per attempt and third in the league in total rushing yards.
Nelson ranked third at the position in Pass Block Win Rate and first in Run Block Win Rate. The Colts’ offensive line had its concerns in 2020, but Nelson continued to be one of the leaders at his position.
Second Team | Zack Martin, Dallas Cowboys & Ali Marpet, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Martin was a close candidate to making the first-team on our NFL All-Pro offense. He finished second at the position in Pass Block Win Rate and third in Run Block Win Rate. Marpet also ranked in the top 10 at the position in both categories. He was fifth in Pass Block Win Rate and ninth in Run Block Win Rate.
Center | Corey Linsley, Green Bay Packers
The selection of the center for our first-team NFL All-Pro was one of the toughest calls on offense. Linsley ranked fifth in Pass Block Win Rate and first in Run Block Win Rate. He was the centerpiece of the best offensive line in football.
Second Team | Chase Roullier, Washington Football Team
Roullier was a close second to Linsley, and just barely ahead of J.C. Tretter and Frank Ragnow. He ranked second at the position in Run Block Win Rate and ninth in Pass Block Win Rate.
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