Yardbarker's NFL mid-season All-Pro team – Yardbarker

We are halfway through the NFL’s 100th season. The trade deadline has passed and lines of demarcation between contenders, fringe threats and build-for-2020 teams have largely been established. Here is Yardbarker’s mid-season All-Pro team. QUARTERBACK: Aaron Rodgers, Packers In the heart of an MVP race for the first time in at least three seasons, the Packers’ 35-year-old passer has thrown eight touchdown passes and no interceptions over the past two games to give him a 16-to-2 TD-INT ratio. Lifting the Packers to 7-1, in a half-season without much at wide receiver thanks to Davante Adams’ turf toe issue, gives Rodgers (2,324 passing yards, second in the league) a slight nod over Seattle’s Russell Wilson. Yardbarker’s mid-season NFL All-Rookie team RUNNING BACK: Christian McCaffrey, Panthers Driving a team with an undrafted quarterback to a winning record, McCaffrey has 10 touchdowns and 1,078 yards from scrimmage. He remains on pace to threaten Chris Johnson’s season record for yards from scrimmage (2,509).

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