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Unveiling Potential Pro Bowl Sleepers for the 2024 NFL Season


Garrett Wilson is listed as one of the potential sleepers for the Pro Bowl. Photo: @garrettwilson
Garrett Wilson is listed as one of the potential sleepers for the Pro Bowl. Photo: @garrettwilson

As we step into the second half of the 2023 NFL regular season, the excitement surrounding the upcoming Pro Bowl intensifies. With fan voting just around the corner, the focus shifts to the potential sleepers who could earn their place among the league's elite at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2024.


Here's a look at five sleepers from each conference for the offensive skill positions (QB, RB, WR, TE):


AFC:

  1. Russell Wilson (QB) - Denver Broncos: Wilson's resurgence under coach Sean Payton has been a key factor in the Broncos' recent winning streak. His impressive stats, including a 18:4 TD-INT ratio, rank him among the top quarterbacks in the league.

  2. Gus Edwards (RB) - Baltimore Ravens: In the shadow of Lamar Jackson and Keaton Mitchell, Edwards has been a reliable force in the Ravens' rushing attack, leading the team in attempts and showcasing his red-zone prowess with seven rushing touchdowns.

  3. Tank Dell (WR) - Houston Texans: Part of a dynamic trio catching passes from rookie sensation C.J. Stroud, Dell's recent performances and game-winning plays make him a standout candidate for Pro Bowl recognition.

  4. Courtland Sutton (WR) - Denver Broncos: Despite the team's ups and downs, Sutton has been a consistent playmaker, leading Denver in receptions, receiving yards, and contributing to a touchdown streak in four consecutive games.

  5. Garrett Wilson (WR) - New York Jets: In a challenging season for the Jets, Wilson has stood out as one of the league's best receivers, showcasing his skills with the highest target share on the team.

NFC:

  1. Joshua Dobbs (QB) - Minnesota Vikings: Taking over after Kirk Cousins' injury, Dobbs has played a pivotal role in the Vikings' recent victories, contributing to the team's push for a postseason berth.

  2. Sam Howell (QB) - Washington Commanders: Surprising many as the NFL leader in passing yards heading into Week 11, Howell has handled the challenges of his first year as a starter with poise and improvement.

  3. David Montgomery (RB) - Detroit Lions: A key contributor to the Lions' success, Montgomery's impact with seven rushing touchdowns and consistent performances makes him a sleeper worth noting.

  4. Cole Kmet (TE) - Chicago Bears: Outscoring other notable tight ends in the NFC, Kmet's five touchdowns and strong connection with quarterbacks Justin Fields and Tyson Bagent highlight his standout season.

  5. Brandon Aiyuk (WR) - San Francisco 49ers: In an offense with star-studded playmakers, Aiyuk's ability to work the field and lead the team in receptions and yards should earn him a closer look for Pro Bowl consideration.

As fan voting opens, these sleepers could emerge as unexpected stars, adding an extra layer of excitement to the Pro Bowl festivities in 2024.











This is Dez Barnes of Pretty Girls Love Sports, a new writer on the MTMV Sports platform. I am a retired US Army veteran, professional cheerleader, dog mom, and avid sports lover. Feel free to follow my writings as I dive into the latest sports news! You can find me on all social media channels @PGLOVESPORTS.

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