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Browns Stars Named in All-NFL Team of the Season

The Cleveland Browns may have not had the end to the season they were looking for with defeat in the play-offs, but they are still being rewarded for their excellent 12-win campaign with three players selected in the All-NFL team of the season.

Guard Joel Bitonio, offensive tackle Jack Conklin and the impressive defensive end Myles Garrett were all picked out from the Browns and selected into the Professional Football Writers of America All-NFL team of the year.

Here are the squads in full:

PFWA All-NFL Team of the Year 2020


QB – Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers)
RB – Dalvin Cook (Minnesota Vikings) Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans)
WR – Davante Adams (Green Bay Packers), Stefon Diggs (Buffalo Bills)
TE – Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs)
C – Corey Linsley (Green Bay Packers)
G – Joel Bitonio (Cleveland Browns), Quenton Nelson (Indianapolis Colts)
T – David Bakhtiari (Green Bay Packers), Jack Conklin (Cleveland Browns)


DE – Myles Garrett (Cleveland Browns), Trey Hendrickson (New Orleans Saints)
DT – DeForest Buckner (Indianapolis Colts), Aaron Donald (Los Angeles Rams)
OLB – Khalil Mack (Chicago Bears), T.J. Watt (Pittsburgh Steeler)
MLB – Fred Warner (San Francisco 49ers)
CB – Xavien Howard (Miami Dolphins) Jalen Ramsey (Los Angeles Rams)
S – Minkah Fitzpatrick (Pittsburgh Steelers) Tyrann Mathieu (Kansas City Chiefs)

Special Teams

PK – Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens)
P – Jake Bailey (New England Patriots)
KR – Cordarrelle Patterson (Chicago Bears)
PR – Gunner Olszewski (New England Patriots)
ST – George Odum (Indianapolis Colts)

As well as recognition for the Cleveland Browns in the NFL team of the year, Nick Chubb also got the pick for the running back spot in the PFWA All-AFC team of the year.

All four honorees will be hoping to build on those efforts next term, as the Browns aim to go further in the biggest American football competition on the planet.

PFWA All-AFC Team of the Year 2020


QB – Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs)
RB – Nick Chubb (Cleveland Browns) Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans)
WR – Stefon Diggs (Buffalo Bills) Tyreek Hill (Kansas City Chiefs)
TE – Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs)
C – Ryan Kelly (Indianapolis Colts)
G – Joel Bitonio (Cleveland Browns) Quenton Nelson (Indianapolis Colts)
T – Garrett Bolles (Denver Broncos) Jack Conklin (Cleveland Browns)


DE – Joey Bosa (Los Angeles Chargers), Myles Garrett (Cleveland Browns)
DT – DeForest Buckner (Indianapolis Colts) Chris Jones (Kansas City Chiefs)
OLB – Bradley Chubb (Denver Broncos) T.J. Watt (Pittsburgh Steelers)
MLB – Darius Leonard (Indianapolis Colts)
CB – Xavien Howard (Miami Dolphins) Tre’Davious White (Buffalo Bills)
S – Minkah Fitzpatrick (Pittsburgh Steelers) Tyrann Mathieu (Kansas City Chiefs)

Special Teams

PK – Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens)
P – Jake Bailey (New England Patriots)
KR – Andre Roberts (Buffalo Bills)
PR – Gunner Olszewski (New England Patriots)
ST – George Odum (Indianapolis Colts)

Latest NFL Betting

Although the Cleveland Browns players might be heading for a break in the off-season, the current campaign is far from over, with the race for the Super Bowl well and truly on this weekend with fascinating matches.

The betting for the championship has been chopping and changing all season, but according to the latest Super Bowl odds by Oddsmanager, the Green Bay Packers are the favorites to lift the title at 11/5.

They are closely followed in the betting by the Kansas City Chiefs who are currently 11/5 and might be a good bet after winning Super Bowl LIV in 2020, with success over the San Francisco 49ers by 31 points to 20. Elsewhere in the betting, the Buffalo Bills are 11/2 and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are current outsiders at 8/1.

We’ll find out the fate of the final on Sunday when the Buccaneers host the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs travel to New York to take on the Buffalo Bills.

Green Bay at 4/7 in the betting to beat Tampa Bay who are 6/4 for victory, while the Chiefs can also be backed for the win at 4/7 with the Bills currently on the drift with their odds out to 11/8.

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