On Friday, it was announced that Tucker was named to the 2013 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team, decided upon by 50 voters. Tucker was placed on the first-team at placekicker, with Broncos kicker Matt Prater backing him up on the second-team.
As far as Ravens players go, that's it. No Terrell Suggs. No Haloti Ngata. Nobody else.
But in reality, no one on this year's Ravens' team really deserved to be on the All-Pro team, even though Suggs, Ngata and Marshal Yanda earned invitations to this year's Pro Bowl.
In addition to the All-Pro recognition, Tucker was also voted into the Pro Bowl and earned the local media's MVP honor. Tucker made 38 of his 41 field goal attempts, which included a streak of 33 made kicks in a row.
His highlight of the season came against Detroit, when he made six field goals in a thrilling 18-16 win. Tucker made a 61-yard field goal late to give the Ravens the win.
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