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Pro Football Focus thinks Patrick Peterson is only Arizona Cardinals player who should make 2019 NFL Pro Bowl

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PFF doesn’t see a worthy Arizona Cardinals player for the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl.

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With only a few weeks left in the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl voting, the Arizona Cardinals have three players that could find themselves getting to the yearly All Star game.

Those three are Patrick Peterson, Chandler Jones and Budda Baker, who are all in the top ten at their respective positions in fan voting.

However, Pro Football Focus thinks a big differently.

Based strictly off their own grading information, PFF named their 2019 NFL Pro Bowl, and the Arizona Cardinals were only represented by Patrick Peterson.

Cornerbacks

Kyle Fuller (89.1), Byron Jones (84.0), Patrick Peterson (82.8) & Prince Amukamara (81.1)

Peterson is the third highest graded corner in the NFC, the seventh overall in the NFL according to PFF and joins a duo of Chicago Bears in Kyle Fuller and Prince Amukamara, and the group is rounded out by the Dallas Cowboys young star.

The Cardinals have no one else that makes the team from PFF though.

The defensive ends in the NFC are Demarcus Lawrence (Dal), Cameron Jordan (NO) and Brandon Graham (Phi).

The safeties in the NFC are Eddie Jackson (Chi), D.J. Swearinger (Wash) and John Johnson II (LAR).

Do the Cardinals deserve anyone outside of Peterson to make the team?

Would you agree with PFF?