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Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is otherworldly.
He made his 10th consecutive Pro Bowl this year and got the eighth first-team All-Pro selection of his career after he tallied eight sacks and 23 quarterback hits this season.
This all comes after Donald already won Defensive Player of the Year three times in his career.
ESPN NFL analyst Field Yates lined up all of Donald’s accolades in one social media post to show just have ridiculous his time in the league has been since the Rams drafted him 13th overall in 2014.
Aaron Donald’s 10-year career so far:
2014: Defensive Rookie of the Year, Pro Bowl2015: 1st team All Pro, Pro Bowl2016: 1st team All Pro, Pro Bowl2017: Defensive Player of the Year, 1st team All Pro, Pro Bowl2018: Defensive Player of the Year, 1st team All Pro, Pro Bowl…
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) January 12, 2024
Some players will go an entire career without garnering one All-Pro or one Pro Bowl selection, while Donald has achieved both in almost every since season since 2014.
His most recent accolades also come in the years since some speculated he would retire from the NFL.
Those rumors were dashed once he signed a new contract, and look even sillier now that he continues to be one of the most dominant interior pass rushers in NFL history.
Donald and the Rams will get another crack at the postseason as well after Los Angeles made the playoffs as the No. 6 seed following a four-game winning streak and 7-1 record in the second half of the season.
They’ll be on the road to face a familiar face as well as they take on Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.
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