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J.J. Watt Unanimous Selection To 2015 NFL All-Pro Team

The praise continues to roll in for the Texans' All-Galaxy defensive end. But did DeAndre Hopkins get shafted?

Not pictured:  King Arthur.
Not pictured: King Arthur.
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For Houston Texans fans (or really, anyone who has watched J.J. Watt play), the news that J.J. Watt was named to the Associated Press All-Pro Team for the 2015 season is hardly a surprise. What is noteworthy, however, is that the Texans' defensive end was a unanimous pick for the team this season.

Watt was a unanimous pick at defensive end for this season's team, as was Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson.

Entirely righteous. Watt's that good. Next stop: Defensive Player of the Year for a third time.

On another All-Pro note, Julio Jones and Antonio Brown got the nod at wide receiver. Were they more deserving than DeAndre Hopkins?

UPDATE: Yes, I do believe Nuk got the shaft. He only got three (3!) votes for the All-Pro team despite having five (5!) different quarterbacks under center this year. Here's the voting breakdown at wide receiver:

Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh, 49; Julio Jones, Atlanta, 41; Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants, 3; Brandon Marshall, New York Jets, 3; DeAndre Hopkins, Houston, 3; Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona, 1.

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