4 most likely Cincinnati Bengals to make 2022 Pro Bowl

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Ja'Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals
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1. Ja’Marr Chase

Only one Bengal led their respective position in votes, according to NFL Trade Rumors, and that guy was Ja’Marr Chase. The rookie wide receiver out of LSU has put on a clinic during his first year in the NFL, tallying 1,038 yards and 10 touchdowns through 14 games. The guy has been a monster.

For a while there, it looked as though Chase had Offensive Rookie of the Year in the bag but he hasn’t been as explosive in the last few months, which has hurt his stock. For a receiver to win the award, he has to be electrifying nearly every week and Chase hasn’t been that.

Still, Chase should be in the Pro Bowl as a rookie and if he’s not, that’d be a damn travesty. He’s a well-known name at this point and considering the numbers he’s put up as a rookie, is an easy pick to send to the Pro Bowl.

If anyone from the Bengals is going to make it to this season’s Pro Bowl, it’s Chase, without a doubt.

Obviously, it’d be nice to see guys like Chidobe Awuzie, Sam Hubbard, and Larry Ogunjobi make it to the Pro Bowl but while they’re having nice seasons, no one outside of Cincinnati would really even think to vote for them, unfortunately. The Pro Bowl is a complete and total popularity contest, which doesn’t bode well for the Bengals, sadly.

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Do you think anyone other than these four Bengals could be in strong consideration to make it to the Pro Bowl?