A while back we posted about Vinny DiTrani's "Allmost-Pro Team" and Larry Weisman's "All-Joe" Teams. Those teams were picked by those two veteran writers for years and years to honor some players who were "snubbed" from the Pro Bowl and All-Pro teams of the day. You can get more about them details HERE and HERE.
As an homage to those two great writers, we are picking our own Allmost All-Joe Team for 2020. To be eligible a player cannot be First- or Second-team All-Pro on the AP team or a Pro Bowler or First- or Second-team on our All-pro team or PFF's team.
Tom Brady, Bucs. —Nope, he didn't make the Pro Bowl or any All-Pro teams. He's the Allmost All-Joe.
Jonathan Taylor, Colts, and Andy Janovich, Browns—Taylor the runner, Janovich the blocker.
Brian Burns, Panthers, Carl Lawson, Bengals (tied) and Maxx Crosby of the Raiders.—Burns and Lawson lots and lots of hurries, not a lot of sacks—yet. Those will come. Crosby is just a good, tough, solid left defensive end.
Jason Myers, Seattle—Had a good year, worthy of Pro Bowl, but likely just missed. In a normal year, would likely be listed as an alternate.