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Three Baltimore Ravens named to the All-AFC Team

The Ravens were not forgotten

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The Pro Football Writers of America released their annual All-NFL, All-NFC and All-AFC teams yesterday and three Ravens were named to the All-AFC team. Those three were Eric Weddle, Justin Tucker and Michael Campanaro, who made the cut as a punt-returner.

Weddle and Tucker come as no surprise, but Campanaro does, although a pleasant one. The young receiver has had a hard time staying healthy, but found a way to contribute on special teams, averaging nearly 11 yards per punt return. Weddle finished with six interceptions on the season and Tucker was 34-of-37 on field goal attempts.

All three seem like obvious selections, but a notable omission was C.J. Mosley. Mosley had an outstanding year, and played better than Ryan Shazier who was ultimately selected as the All-AFC middle linebacker. Outside of Mosley, I believe the sports writers got it right.

Full disclosure, I am a member of the PFWA and did vote for Mosley, Tucker and Weddle as representatives for the Ravens.

Do you think there were any snubs, if so, who?