The Detroit Lions had two players given All-Pro honors for the 2020 season. Starting center Frank Ragnow and punter Jack Fox made AP’s Second-Team All-Pro team.
Ragnow, in his third season with the Lions, had his best overall year, earning himself the second-highest PFF grade amongst all NFL centers (80.3). The only player he came second to was Green Bay’s Corey Linsley, who just so happened to be named to AP’s All-Pro First Team.
As for Jack Fox, he finished the season setting franchise records for highest gross (49.1) and net (44.8) punting averages in just his first full season in the NFL. Those statistics ranked third and second in the NFL for 2020. New England Patriots punter Jake Bailey was named First-Team All-Pro. Bailey’s gross average was just behind Fox’s (48.7), but his net was just under a yard higher (45.6).
Both Ragnow and Fox also made the NFL’s 2020 Pro Bowl team, along with tight end T.J. Hockenson. Hockenson, however, was not named to the All-Pro team, as Chiefs’ Travis Kelce was the unanimous vote-getter, leaving no tight end to earn Second-Team All Pro.