The Ravens are well-represented in the early Pro Bowl voting, as they have five players who currently lead their respective positions.
Linebacker Ray Lewis is the Ravens' top vote-getter so far, with 165,118 votes.
The four other Ravens to lead their positions with about a month left to go in the voting are T Michael Oher, FB Le'Ron McClain, DT Haloti Ngata and S Ed Reed.
Colts QB Peyton Manning has received the most votes to this point, with 496,658.
The Ravens have the most players currently leading their positions. The Vikings come in second with four players atop their respective positions.
Baltimore, however, doesn't have a player among the top-10 in voting.
For anyone wondering, Ravens K Billy Cundiff currently trails the Raiders' Sebastian Janikowski for the AFC kicking spot.
Cundiff leads the NFL in touchbacks with 29, and has made 85 percent of his field goals with a long of 49.
Janikowski leads the NFL in field goals made with 23, and has a long of 54 yards, but he's made just 77 percent of his attempts. The former Florida State kicker also has 24 touchbacks on the season.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh gave Cundiff his Pro Bowl vote during Monday afternoon's press conference.
"He's 59-percent [on] touchbacks, and his field goal percentage is right up there with the rest of the league leaders," Harbaugh said. "So, if he's not a Pro Bowl guy, I don't know who is in the AFC as a kicker."
The final Pro Bowl determination is made by combining fan, player and coach ballots. Each group's vote counts one-third towards determining the 43-man rosters for each conference.
Fans can vote at www.nfl.com/probowl or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nfl until Dec. 20.