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2018 Pro Bowl: 4 Jacksonville Jaguars players make it

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have seen four of their starting 11 on defense make the 2018 Pro Bowl — cornerbacks Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye and defensive linemen Malik Jackson and Calais Campbell.

Bouye is having an All-Pro season and Ramsey isn’t far behind. Bouye led the fan voting this year and is on his way to being the first cornerback to hold opposing quarterbacks to under a 30.0 passer rating since Pro Football Focus began keeping this statistic. Ramsey is third in the NFL with 17 passes defended.

Campbell is the new mayor of Sacksonville with 14.5 sacks through 15 games, which leads the AFC and is a new franchise record for this team. Jackson’s eight sacks are third-best for a defensive tackle in the NFL and his run-stuffing ability alongside Marcell Dareus cannot be understated.

This now literally triples the amount of Pro Bowl players on the roster under new owner Shad Khan — Paul Posluszny and Allen Robinson were the only ones who got in before this year.

Now that we know the four who got in, who do you think got snubbed?