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2014 All-Pro voting: Sen'Derrick Marks and Bryan Anger get votes

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The Jaguars had two players receive votes for this year's All-Pro team, but only one of them makes sense.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars didn't have a player make the 2014 All-Pro team, but they had two players receive votes: defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks and... punter Bryan Anger?

Yes, Marks makes sense. His two votes are the same as Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, and playing in a bigger market might have earned Marks a few more votes although probably not enough to be in the top-two.

Anger doesn't make sense though. His place on the list (alongside Marshawn Lynch's inclusion as a fullback) only proves how ridiculousness All-Pro voting has gotten. As Alfie Crow points out, Anger is in the top-five in the following categories: Punts, Punt Yards, and Gross Average. That doesn't mean Anger was a good punter, it means our offense sucked and he punted a lot.

Go Jaguars.

See the full All-Pro voting here.