Marshal Yanda and Elvis Dumervil arguably had the best seasons of their already storied careers.
And on Friday, the Associated Press awarded both standouts with All-Pro first-team designation. Yanda and Dumervil were the two representatives from the Ravens to earn the honor. C.J. Mosley was named to the All-Pro second team.
Yanda received the most votes of any offensive guard (38), with Cowboys rookie Zack Martin (24) coming in second. Dumervil was second in voting at outside linebacker (13) with Kansas City's Justin Houston (47) receiving the most at the position.
Mosley was third in votes at inside linebacker, which is why he was on the second team.
Much like the Pro Bowl voters, the AP voters left punter Sam Koch off of the first and second teams. He was third in voting with eight, behind Pat McAfee (26) and Johnny Hekker (12).
Other Ravens players that received votes at their respective positions were fullback Kyle Juszczyk, tackle Rick Wagner, kicker Justin Tucker, return specialist Jacoby Jones and outside linebacker Terrell Suggs.