Football Award season continues with the announcement of the Pro Football Writers of America All-NFL teams. Two Los Angeles Rams earned recognition from the 60-year-old association of accredited football writers. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald and running back Kyren Williams were voted on to the PFWAs roster.
For Donald, it is his record-breaking 8th time elected to the roster. He passed Randy White, Pro Football Hall of Famer, for the defensive tackle with the most selections to the ALL-NFL team. Donald is joined by Chris Jones of the Kansas City Chiefs as the team’s two defensive tackles.
For Williams he was one of 10 first-timers named to the team. He finished the year third in rushing yards in the league behind Christian McCaffrey and Derrick Henry. Willliams and McCaffrey were the two running backs elected to the PFWA All-NFL Team.
Los Angeles Rams Snub
Puka Nacua did not make either the All-NFL or All-NFC teams despite his record-breaking rookie season. The Associated Press elected Nacua to the second team All-Pro earlier this month. Nacua was beat out by Tyreek Hill of the Miami Dolphins and CeeDee Lamb of the Dallas Cowboys for All-NFL and was beat out by Lamb and the Detroit Lions Amon-Ra St. Brown for All-NFC honors.