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Daryl Washington an All-Pro, according to PFF

The Arizona linebacker was snubbed from the Pro Bowl, but gets honored by the football stats website.

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Arizona Cardinals fans were upset when linebacker Daryl Washington was overlooked for the Pro Bowl, considering the year that he has had. He logged 134 tackles, nine sacks, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and and an interception.

While he did not get the nod for a trip to Hawaii, he did make the All-Pro Team...the one that Pro Football Focus puts together.

Washington was named to the 2nd team behind Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson. However, Washington was named as an outside linebacker. He plays inside for the Cardinals.

The site reads as such:

Much to the dismay of some, Washington edged out NaVorro Bowman with his greater playmaking ability(e.g. two more sacks than Jason Pierre-Paul) being the clincher.

We know all about D-Wash. He is fast, versatile and is in the middle of pretty much every play. The best part is that he is still very young and is nowhere near his ceiling.

More is yet to come.

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