Rodgers, Woodson named All-Pro's
For the first time in his career, Green bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been named to the NFL's all-pro team. Rodgers received 47.5 votes, easily beating out Saints quarterback Drew Brees who finished second with 2.5.
In his 6th season with the Packers, Charles Woodson has recorded 7 interceptions and a touchdown while amassing 74 tackles, second most of his career. For Woodson, it was his 7th all-pro honor.
Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson and Vikings defensive end Jared Allen were the leading vote getters for the team.