3 Las Vegas Raiders who could be named First Team All-Pro in 2020
By Nick Ellis
3 Las Vegas Raiders who could be All-Pro in 2020
Rodney Hudson is a player who should be an All-Pro every year, but does not get the respect he deserves because of the team that he plays for. Hudson is arguably the best center in the NFL, as he never allows sacks, and is just as good of a run blocker.
Out of everyone on the team, Hudson has the best chance to be named an All Pro in 2020, as he should have been given these honors more throughout his career. Last season, Hudson was named a Second-Team All-Pro, as the Philadelphia Eagles center, Jason Kelce was the First Team choice of the Associated Press.
Hudson came to the Raiders back in 2015, and since then, he has established himself as the gold standard at his position in the NFL. He has not allowed a sack in years, has been named a Pro Bowler three times, and in August of last year, he inked a new three-year deal, keeping him as the anchor for the Raiders offensive line for years to come.