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7 Jaguars are top 10 at their position in early Pro Bowl voting

After just over a week of Pro Bowl Games voting, there are seven Jacksonville Jaguars players in the top 10 at their position.

Tom Pelissero of NFL Network tweeted the full list of voting leaders as of noon Tuesday, eight days after the polling opened Monday, Nov. 27. Voting will continue until Dec. 25.

While there are seven Jaguars in the mix with just under three weeks left, the public vote counts for just a portion of the eventual tally. The votes of fans, players, and coaches each count for a third to determine the final rosters.

Here are the seven who are currently top 10 vote-getters:

Josh Allen (No. 2 OLB in AFC)

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Allen is third among all outside linebackers in votes, behind only the Steelers’ T.J. Watt and Cowboys’ Micah Parsons. The next AFC outside linebacker is the Dolphins’ Bradley Chubb, who is seventh in the NFL at the position.

Through 13 weeks, Allen is third in the NFL in sacks with 13.5. He’s also added an interception, two forced fumbles, and 11 tackles for loss.

Travis Etienne Jr (No. 2 RB in AFC)

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Etienne is third among all NFL running backs behind the 49ers’ Christian McCaffrey and the Dolphins’ Raheem Mostert.

McCaffrey is the only running back in the NFL with more yards from scrimmage than Etienne’s 1,117 through the first 13 weeks. Etienne has also scored nine total touchdowns.

Andre Cisco (No. 3 FS in AFC)

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Cisco is fifth in the NFL and third in the AFC behind the Ravens’ Geno Stone and Broncos’ Justin Simmons. He’s tied for the fourth most interceptions in the NFL among safeties with three.

Evan Engram (No. 3 TE in AFC)

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Engram is sixth among all NFL tight ends and behind only the Chiefs’ Travis Kelce and Bills’ Dalton Kincaid in the AFC. He’s third among all tight ends in receptions with 73.

Foye Oluokun (No. 3 ILB in AFC)

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Oluokun is fourth among all NFL inside linebackers and behind the Ravens’ Roquan Smith and Colts’ Zaire Franklin in the AFC. The back-to-back NFL tackles champ took the league lead in the stat Monday and also has 2.5 sacks, seven tackles for loss, and a pick six.

Logan Cooke (No. 5 in AFC)

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Cooke is sixth among all punters, but five are from the AFC. The four ahead of him are the Titans’ Ryan Stonehouse (who suffered a season-ending injury Sunday), the Patriots’ Bryce Baringer, the Raiders’ AJ Cole, and the Steelers’ Pressley Harvin III.

Brandon McManus (No. 5 K in AFC)

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McManus just made the cut at No. 9 among all kickers. The four AFC kickers ahead of him are the Browns’ Dustin Hopkins, Ravens’ Justin Tucker, Chiefs’ Harrison Butker, and Broncos’ Will Lutz.

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