49ers Offensive Pro Bowlers
This 49ers offense has weapons and all-stars in almost every single position. Let’s get the obvious out of the way first.
Christian McCaffrey will most definitely be selected for another Pro Bowl. We don’t have to go too in-depth with his stats, but with 1,395 rushing yards, 537 receiving yards, and 21 total touchdowns, it’s safe to place this bet. Also, McCaffrey was in track back in high school, so he’s sure to participate in a lot of the skills competitions.
Despite having a terrible game against the Baltimore Ravens (cue the sarcasm), quarterback Brock Purdy will certainly be selected for his first Pro Bowl. It’ll just be a matter of whether he's a starter or a reserve or an alternate. In his first full season as a starter, he’s completed nearly 70 percent of his passes, has thrown for 4,050 yards and has 29 passing touchdowns to just 11 interceptions.
Purdy might also enjoy a trip to the theme parks in Orlando because he’s still just a big kid!
Fullbacks seem to be far and few between now, but you can bet as long as it’s a position on the Pro Bowl roster, Kyle Juszczyk will be there. On a team where blocking is more important than anything, "Juice" earns every single vote. Purdy and CMC wouldn’t be having career years without Juszczyk in the offense. He’s also one of the most likable players in the NFL, too, which certainly gives him an edge.
In the 2023 Pro Bowl, George Kittle and the Minnesota Vikings' T.J. Hockenson represented the NFC as tight ends. Kittle was the starter and Hockenson was the backup. You can expect to see both of them back in 2024. Kittle is nearing 1,000 yards on the season for only the third time and he's five touchdowns away from tying his career high of 11.
Trent Williams has proven how important he is to the 49ers offense. When he's on the field, San Francisco has the option to run McCaffrey to the left and pick up a first down at any point. Whenever Williams is not on the field, it's noticeable. The line tends to break down more, meaning Purdy has to roll out and make faster decisions.
Just missing the cut are wide receivers Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk. They could certainly be called upon as replacements depending on how the season finishes out, but if most of the fans are voting based on stats, there are four other NFC receivers ahead of them.