Not even Steven Jackson cracked the list, according to figures the NFL released Tuesday. Fan balloting continues through Dec. 20. Players and coaches vote Dec. 22-23.
The chart breaks down totals by position and division. NFC West teams produced a league-low 11 players among the top five in fan balloting at their positions.
Seven NFL teams produced at least 11 players among the top five at their positions: Pittsburgh 17, Baltimore 13, Minnesota 12, New York (Jets) 11, New York (Giants) 11, Philadelphia 11 and Green bay 11. New England had 10.
A look at NFC West players and where they rank in fan balloting at their positions:
Ben Graham, Cardinals: first among punters
Vernon Davis, 49ers: second among tight ends
Adrian Wilson, Cardinals: second among strong safeties
Patrick Willis, 49ers: second among inside linebackers
Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals: fourth among receivers
Alan Faneca, Cardinals: fourth among guards
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Cardinals: fourth among cornerbacks
Leon Washington, Seahawks: fifth among kick returners
Earl Thomas, Seahawks: fifth among free safeties
Darnell Dockett, Cardinals: fifth among defensive tackles (though he plays end)
And now, on to the chart ...
Pro Bowl Fan Voting in Progress: Top Fives
The chart shows how many players from each division rank among the top five at their positions in the latest fan balloting. I have created general positions to simplify display.