Tampa Bay Buccaneer guard Ali Marpet headlines a group of three Buccaneer players named to either the first- or second-team Pro Football Focus 2020 All-Pro team.
Marpet was named as first-team All-Pro at left guard, with PFF having this to say about Marpet's season:
"There was no better indication of just how good Ali Marpet has been this season than when he was injured and missed time, suddenly causing a huge hole in the Tampa Bay offensive line that threatened to derail their entire season. Marpet didn’t allow a sack all season, surrendering 11 total pressures across 13 games of play ... run-blocking was Marpet’s better facet of play, and he helped form part of one of the league’s best offensive lines in front of Tom Brady in the G.O.A.T.’s first season playing in Tampa."
Meanwhile the Bucs had two players named to PFF's second team, including rookie first-round draft pick Tristan Wirfs at right tackle, behind first-teamer Jack Conklin of the Cleveland Browns.
Wirfs had an incredible rookie season, allowing only one sack while committing only three penalties.
PFF also had a little love for the Buccaneers special teams unit, selecting punter Bradley Pinion to its second team of All Pros.
The 6-5 punter out of Clemson had a pretty good year, with a gross average of 45.2 yards per punt, with 23 of his 55 punts downed inside the 20.
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