As the accolades continue to roll in, the NFL and associated press have released their all-pro rosters. With the miraculous season the Los Angeles Rams had, they’re beginning to collect recognition through the media. The Rams had a league-leading six players make the AP all-pro teams:
The six players that made the team are RB Todd Gurley, LT Andrew Whitworth, DT Aaron Donald, KR Pharoh Cooper, K Greg Zuerlein, and P Johhny Hekker.
Here are the career totals for these individual players:
Johnny Hekker: 4 all-pros
Aaron Donald: 3 all-pros
Todd Gurley: 2 all-pros
Andrew Whitworth: 2 all-pros
Greg Zuerlein: 1 all-pro
Pharoh Cooper: 1 all-pro
As a collective team, the Rams had two players make all-pro last year (Hekker, Donald), though they tripled that this season, sending almost the entire special teams unit, as well as newly their newly signed LT, and two homegrown Rams and respective leaders of their side of the ball (Gurley, Donald).
The future of the Rams team is bright, as most of these recipients are young players who still have time to ascend. Accolades are still continuing to role in, especially since the NFL has yet to announce their award ceremony, in which a couple of Rams may win awards (MVP, DPOY, COY). As great as the hardware is, there is still only one piece of hardware that matters most, and the Rams embark on that journey Saturday afternoon.