KCB Sports is proud to announce our nine athletes to be selected on the all pro teams.
LeSean McCoy, Josh Gordon, NaVorro Bowman and Evan Mathis all made 1st Team All Pro.
Followed by Greg Hardy, Jurrell Casey, Joe Haden, Antrel Rolle, and Antonio Brown all made 2nd Team All Pro.
LeSean McCoy led the league in rushing yards with 314 carries for 1, 607 yards and 9 touchdowns. He also added 52 receptions for 539 yards and 2 touchdowns. McCoy’s success was a key factor in Philadelphia making the playoffs this season. One possible reason for McCoy’s success was the blocking of his teammate Evan Mathis. Evan has been considered one of the best guards in the NFL for the last couple of years, placing 6th last year on Pro Football Focus Top 101 of 2012, and this season was nothing out of the ordinary for Evan.
Josh Gordon broke out as one of the best wide receivers in the NFL this year. Gordon had 87 receptions for 1646 yards and 9 touchdowns. Gordon’s 1646 yards was the most in the NFL followed by another KCB athlete in Antonio Brown. Antonio racked up 110 receptions for 1499 yards and 8 touchdowns. Both of these young receivers have proved themselves in the league as two of the top receivers in the league.
On the defensive end, KCB was led by linebacker NaVorro Bowman. Bowman rallied up 145 tackles, 5th in the league, 5 sacks, 4 fumbles forced and 2 interceptions running one of the back for a touchdown. Greg Hardy and Jurrell Casey also know a couple things about rushing the passer as they showed this year.
Hardy had 59 tackles, 15 sacks and one fumble forced. Greg Hardy really made a name for himself this year and rose to the ranks as one of the best defensive ends in the league putting fear into the hearts of quarterbacks playing the Panthers.
Jurrell Casey led all defensive tackles in sacks with 10.5 sacks. He also added 55 tackles and a forced fumble to that stat line.
Joe Haden and Antrel Rolle highlighted KCB in the defensive backfield. Joe Haden had another great season with 55 tackles, 4 interceptions, 20 pass deflections and one touchdown. All this while matching up with the best receiver on the opposing teams almost every down. Antrel Rolle had 98 total tackles, 2 sacks, 6 interceptions, 1 fumble forced, and 12 pass deflections. Rolle at times looked like the only bright spot on the Giants defense and led that team to their comeback towards the end of the season.