Pro Bowl voting is now live!
Pro Bowl nods are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group's vote counts one-third toward determining this year's official Pro Bowl roster of 88 overall players from the NFC and AFC. Fan voting goes from Nov. 17-Dec. 17 at the above link. After finishing your ballot, fans are asked to sign in with their free NFL.com account to submit the ballot.
The social media voting element goes from Dec. 1-17. Follow the Panthers Twitter account to find out the specifics on how your tweets can count as votes for your favorite players.
This year's Pro Bowl will be different since the NFL announced that the game itself will be replaced by virtual activities due to COVID-19. The league subsequently announced that the 2022 Pro Bowl will be hosted in Las Vegas.
Anderson currently ranks fourth in the NFL with 64 receptions and is fifth with 772 receiving yards. Moore is ninth with 736 receiving yards and is second among qualified receivers with 18.9 yards per catch. Anderson and Moore have not yet made the Pro Bowl in their careers.
Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater currently ranks seventh with 2,552 passing yards and is second with a completion percentage of 72.1.
Though Christian McCaffrey has only played three games this season, he's on the ballot. His 124.7 scrimmage yards per game is third among running backs, while his six total touchdowns ranks 10th.
On the defensive side, defensive end Brian Burns is top four among NFL defensive ends with 22 solo tackles to go with four sacks and 25 pressures..
Kicker Joey Slye is tied for second in the NFL with 19 field goals and is tied for seventh with 81 total points scored.
Burns is top four among NFL defensive ends with 22 solo tackles to go with four sacks and 25 pressures.