OFFICIAL: List of top pro Bowl snub….

Detroit Lions wideout Amon-Ra St. Brown will likely not be creating a new list for not being named to the Pro Bowl this season. 

Last season, the talented wideout shared the sting he felt being a fourth round draft pick has given him all the motivation he will ever need to work to outshine those selected ahead of him. 

Detroit’s talented third-year wideout was listed by as one of the top Pro Bowl snubs, along with quarterback Josh Allen, safety Antoine Winfield Jr., cornerback L’Jarius Snead, wideout Brandon Aiyuk, and linebacker Quincy Williams. 

“Earning a spot as a wideout is a tough nut to crack, but the Sun God deserves praise for helping spearhead the Lions’ turnaround. St. Brown is fifth in the NFL with 1,371 receiving yards, is tied for second with 112 catches and is tied for fifth with nine receiving touchdowns,” writer Kevin Patra explained. “His 91.4 yards per game rank fifth-most, and his 70 first downs are tied for third among pass-catchers.” 

This season, St. Brown has established himself as a premier wideout, but his lack of explosive plays likely keeps him off the radar of a majority of NFL fans. 

The 24-year-old is still the most reliable wideout in the league, using the mantra of “consistency” to motivate himself to play at a very high level on a weekly basis. 

“Whenever Jared Goff needs a play, odds are, he’s targeting St. Brown — and odds are, St. Brown will convert. The 2021 fourth-round pick owns the ability to create space, plus the vise-grip hands to catch everything zipped his way. St. Brown is the complete package.”

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