Four Ravens currently lead the fan portion of the Pro Bowl voting with a little less than two weeks left in the balloting.
Fullback Le'Ron McClain, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, inside linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed are the Ravens who are currently on top of the voting at their respective position groups.
No Ravens are in the top-10 of overall voting, although Lewis has generated nearly one-quarter of a million votes. Eagles quarterback Michael Vick jumped Colts QB Peyton Manning for the honor of leading vote-getter in the latest batch of results released by the league.
Outside of the four Ravens listed above, a number of other guys in the Baltimore locker room are very much in the hunt for Pro Bowl spots.
Here's the list of where other key Ravens stand at this point:
Anquan Boldin - 4th AFC WR
Todd Heap - 2nd AFC TE
Michael Oher - 2nd AFC T
Ben Grubbs - 4th AFC G
Matt Birk - 4th AFC C
Terrell Suggs - 2nd AFC OLB
Dawan Landry - 4th AFC SS
Sam Koch - 5th AFC punter
Prescott Burgess - 3rd AFC ST
Billy Cundiff - 7th AFC K
My guess is that Suggs will make his way in based on the stellar season he's put together.
The fact that Cundiff ranks seventh among kickers is shocking to me. What else does the guy need to do, America?
The Pro Bowl rosters will be determined based on the voting of fans, coaches and players. Each group's vote counts one-third towards determining the 43-man rosters that will represent the AFC and NFC.
Fan balloting will conclude on Monday, December 20.