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Bengals' Whitworth and Owens getting fan votes for Pro Bowl

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -- Despite having a losing season this year, two Cincinnati Bengals are getting plenty of fan votes for the 2011 Pro Bowl.

Andrew Whitworth is leading the AFC offensive tackles in fan voting with 202, 771. Whitworth has started in all 12 games this season.

He is in the lead by more than 30,000 votes with Michael Oher of the Baltimore Ravens in Second Place with 171, 794. In third place is Jake Long from the Miami Dolphins, fourth is D'Brickashaw Ferguson of the New York Jets and Flozell Adams from the Pittsburgh Steelers is fifth.

Terrell Owens is ranked second among the AFC wide receivers with 262,851 fan votes. Andre Johnson of the Houston Texans is first with 340,996 votes. Indianapolis Colts' Reggie Wayne, Baltimore Ravens' Anquan Boldin, and New England Patriots' Wes Welker round out third, fourth and fifth place.

Fan voting will continue online and on mobile phones at NFL.com/probowl through Monday, Dec. 20. Fans can also vote on Facebook by visiting the NFL's Facebook page and clicking on the Pro Bowl tab.

The Pro Bowl will be played on Sunday, Jan. 30 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. It airs at 7:00pm on FOX19.

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