The Associated Press announced its 2013 NFL All-Pro team on Friday and it should come as no surprise that Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning leads the way. Manning was the only player unanimously selected to this year's All-Pro team.
Unlike the Pro Bowl, which is voted on by fans, coaches and players, the All-Pro team is voted on by 50 media members who regularly cover the NFL.
Manning was named to the All-Pro team on all 50 ballots. Saints tight end Jimmy Graham and Colts linebacker Robert Mathis were nearly unanimous selections too; both players were named on 49 of 50 ballots. Eagles running back LeSean McCoy and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman made it onto 48 ballots.