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3 Steelers who deserve your Pro Bowl Games votes in 2024

Vote early and often!

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Voting is now open for the 2024 Pro Bowl Games! This season, the games come to Orlando, where 88 of the NFL’s top players will face off in a unique set of competitions, culminating with flag football on Sunday, February 4, 2024.

You need an account at NFL.com to submit your votes, but it’s pretty easy to sign up. If you’re unfamiliar with how it works, you can select up to six players for each position. The fan vote counts for one-third of the rosters, with players and coaches also weighing in.

Starting on December 11, fans can vote on X by tweeting the first and last name of the player, with the hashtag #ProBowlVote. On December 24 and 25, social media votes will count double. Let’s take a look at the members of the Pittsburgh Steelers who deserve a trip to Orlando.

EDGE TJ Watt

T.J. Watt is on DPOY pace, so the Pro Bowl is a no-brainer. He’s leading the lead in sacks. He’s tied for third in the AFC in tackles for loss. His six passes defended is more than any of his fellow sack leaders. His three recovered fumbles are also tied for the most in the league.

Watt’s odds to win Defensive Player are at +250 on DraftKings Sportsbook, only behind Myles Garrett and Micah Parsons, both with odds at +180 heading into Week 12. A shoulder injury to Garrett in Week 11, however, could inch Watt just a bit closer to contention if Garrett is forced to miss any time.

EDGE Alex Highsmith

Alex Highsmith doesn’t have the numbers that Watt is putting up, but the stat sheet doesn’t show the kind of season he’s having. Highsmith is third in the AFC in quarterback knockdowns. His interception return for a touchdown against Cleveland was a key part of that victory, as was his strip sack in the fourth quarter against Baltimore.

K Chris Boswell

Chris Boswell has been perfect this season on field goals from 57 yards or less. His only miss was a 61-yard try against Jacksonville, which was only attempted after Isaac Seumalo was called for a phantom offsides call a play earlier.

Peyton and Eli Manning will return as head coaches of the AFC and NFC for the 2024 NFL Pro Bowl Games. The competition airs on ESPN and ABC at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 4.

Who else from the Steelers roster will you be voting for in 2024 NFL Pro Bowl Games? Join our community at Behind The Steel Curtain and let us know in the comments!