The Ravens have only one player among the leaders in fan voting for the NFL's Pro Bowl right now.
To no surprise, it's outside linebacker Terrell Suggs.
Entering the week, Suggs has accrued 167,522 fan votes, making him second at the outside linebacker position. Only Kansas City's Tamba Hali has done better, by getting 169,597 votes thus far. The voting numbers are courtesy of the NFL.
Suggs has returned to his 2011 form this season. Through 10 games, Suggs has nine sacks and 65 combined tackles. The only difference keeping Suggs from receiving as much attention for his on-field success is the fact that the Ravens are 4-6 for the season.
Leading the way of all players at any position is Peyton Manning, who has 654,309 votes. Fans can continue to vote for Pro Bowl selections at www.NFL.com/probowl/ballot. The deadline for fan voting is Dec. 26 at 6 p.m.
NFL players and coaches will vote for their selections from Dec. 23-26.
The Pro Bowl format will no longer feature the AFC vs. the NFC. It's changed to a fantasy draft, where the players receiving the most votes at their respective positions, regardless of conference, are entered into a draft. The top two offensive and top two defensive players in votes will be put together as captains.