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Pro Bowl voting results: Will any 49ers make the Pro Bowl?

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The San Francisco 49ers rough 2015 season could leave them with few possible Pro Bowlers. That being said, there are a few intriguing names.

The 2015 NFL season is halfway over, which means we are that much closer to the excitement that is the 2016 Pro Bowl. Try and contain your enthusiasm if you can. And of course, vote as often as you want.

The NFL released the latest round of Pro Bowl voting results, including the top ten vote-getters, and the top vote-getting at each position. Since the NFL has done away with conference vs. conference, we don't see top position by conference. I have posted the full results down below.

It is no surprise that the 49ers have nobody represented in the voting. Voting totals by position will be posted by various media at some point in the voting process, but will we see any 49ers with a chance at a spot? Joe Staley could get the veteran courtesy nod, but I can't think of anybody else on offense that is worthy of a Pro Bowl spot. On defense, I could definitely see NaVorro Bowman getting a spot on the team. Aaron Lynch leads the team with six sacks, and is second in the NFL in quarterback pressures. I doubt he gets the fan vote, but the coach and player vote could be enough for him.

Anybody else even close to worthy this year?

NFL ALL-STAR TOP-TEN VOTE-GETTERS

POS.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

QB

Tom Brady, New England

141,750

QB

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay

120,242

QB

Andy Dalton, Cincinnati

114,368

RB

Devonta Freeman, Atlanta

103,334

TE

Rob Gronkowski, New England

101,674

QB

Cam Newton, Carolina

94,810

QB

Carson Palmer, Arizona

87,838

WR

Julio Jones, Atlanta

85,034

WR

Odell Beckham, Jr., New York Giants

80,338

WR

Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona

77,709

NFL LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION

POS.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

POS.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

QB

Tom Brady, New England

141,750

DE

J.J. Watt, Houston

71,045

QB

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay

120,242

DE

Chandler Jones, New England

51,793

RB

Devonta Freeman, Atlanta

103,334

DT

Geno Atkins, Cincinnati

54,816

RB

Todd Gurley, St. Louis

75,592

DT

Aaron Donald, St. Louis

48,125

FB

Marcel Reece, Oakland

63,967

OLB

Thomas Davis, Carolina

44,834

FB

Mike Tolbert, Carolina

60,665

OLB

Jamie Collins, New England

42,907

WR

Julio Jones, Atlanta

85,034

ILB

Luke Kuechly, Carolina

48,591

WR

Odell Beckham, Jr., New York Giants

80,338

ILB

Clay Matthews, Green Bay

42,038

TE

Rob Gronkowski, New England

101,674

CB

Josh Norman, Carolina

64,915

TE

Greg Olsen, Carolina

67,734

CB

Darrelle Revis, New York Jets

59,278

T

Sebastian Vollmer, New England

32,135

SS

Charles Woodson, Oakland

46,698

T

Bryan Bulaga, Green Bay

27,149

SS

Kam Chancellor, Seattle

25,017

G

Zack Martin, Dallas

28,158

FS

Tyrann Mathieu, Arizona

31,097

G

Mike Iupati, Arizona

25,267

FS

Earl Thomas, Seattle

25,932

C

Ryan Kalil, Carolina

40,353

P

Sam Koch, Baltimore

24,576

C

Nick Mangold, New York Jets

33,018

P

Matt Bosher, Atlanta

17,166

K

Stephen Gostkowski, New England

46,071

ST

Matthew Slater, New England

21,457

K

Justin Tucker, Baltimore

24,491

ST

Joe Webb, Carolina

20,194

RS

Tyler Lockett, Seattle

23,006

RS

Dwayne Harris, New York Giants

17,976