Rams’ Kyren Williams, Puka Nacua voted 2nd-team All-Pros

Kyren Williams and Puka Nacua were both voted Pro Bowlers this year for their remarkable seasons, and they added to their growing list of accolades on Friday. The Associated Press revealed its All-Pro selections and in addition to Aaron Donald being voted a first-teamer, both Williams and Nacua were selected as second-team players.

Williams was edged out by Christian McCaffrey as a first-team selection, which isn’t surprising considering McCaffrey was a unanimous All-Pro. At wide receiver, Tyreek Hill was another unanimous pick, with CeeDee Lamb and Amon-Ra St. Brown also being picked at the position as first-teamers.

On the second-team, Nacua was joined by A.J. Brown, Brandon Aiyuk and Mike Evans.

Williams led the NFL in rushing yards per game this season, averaging 95.3 yards per game. He only played 12 games, missing four due to injury and sitting out Week 18 due to rest, yet he still finished third in rushing yards with 1,144. His 15 total touchdowns were also tied for the third-most in the NFL.

Nacua set the rookie records for the most receptions and receiving yards in a season, catching 105 passes for 1,486 yards. He finished fourth in the NFL in receiving yards and had the ninth-most receptions, as well.

Story originally appeared on Rams Wire