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Justin Tucker, three other Ravens make 2014 Pro Bowl

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Justin Tucker and three other Ravens have been voted into the 2014 Pro Bowl.

Ravens' kicker Justin Tucker watching as he kicks the game-winning, 61-yard field goal to defeat the Detroit Lions in Week 15.
Ravens' kicker Justin Tucker watching as he kicks the game-winning, 61-yard field goal to defeat the Detroit Lions in Week 15.
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Voting for the 2014 Pro Bowl ended yesterday at 6:00 p.m. EST, and the results were tallied and came out earlier tonight.

There were four Ravens that were voted into the Unconferenced 2014 Pro Bowl, and those four players were:

  • K Justin Tucker
  • OLB Terrell Suggs
  • G Marshal Yanda
  • NT Haloti Ngata
Kicker Justin Tucker is a player that definitely deserves Pro Bowl honors, especially after being named M.V.P. of the Ravens' 2013 season. Tucker has made 35-of-38 field goals, including a career-long 61-yarder against the Detroit Lions in Week 15. He has also made 26-of-26 extra points.

Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is one of the premier defenders on the Ravens this season. The former Defensive Player-of-the-Year has 79 combined tackles, as well as a team-high ten sacks on the season. Suggs is tied for 14th in the NFL in total sacks this year.

The offensive line has been the worst aspect of the Ravens in 2013, but right guard Marshal Yanda has been really the only consistent blocker for Joe Flacco, Ray Rice, and the rest of the crew. Yanda is a multi-time Pro Bowler, and he deserved to be voted back to Hawaii this year.

Last but not least, nose tackle Haloti Ngata has been a little less productive and dangerous this season than previous seasons, but still has 45 combined tackles and 1.5 sacks.

That wraps up the Ravens' 2013-14 Pro Bowlers. Was there anybody that should have made the Pro Bowl? According to you guys, who was snubbed?

To see the rest of the players in the Pro Bowl, click here.