Davante Adams was named first-team All-Pro for the third straight season, but was surprised his teammate was not named to the high honor.

Las Vegas Raiders’ Maxx Crosby was left off the All-Pro lists, much to his and Adams’ dismay.

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Las Vegas Raiders number 98 Maxx Crosby reacts during an NFL football game between the Las Vegas Raiders and New England Patriots at Allegiant Stadium on December 18, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Las Vegas Raiders number 98 Maxx Crosby reacts during an NFL football game between the Las Vegas Raiders and New England Patriots at Allegiant Stadium on December 18, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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When the All-Pro teams were announced, Crosby was almost speechless. He reacted with a single word.

«Wow.»

Adams took to Twitter just over half an hour later and endorsed his teammate.

«Maxx was brutally snubbed and someone needs to be held accountable,» Adams tweeted.

Crosby was a second-team All-Pro last season and was named to his second straight Pro Bowl this season, but he certainly has a complaint.

Las Vegas Raiders number 17 Davante Adams and Las Vegas Raiders number 98 Maxx Crosby share a moment as they walk to the sideline before a preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings at Allegiant Stadium on August 14, 2022. in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Las Vegas Raiders number 17 Davante Adams and Las Vegas Raiders number 98 Maxx Crosby share a moment as they walk to the sideline before a preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings at Allegiant Stadium on August 14, 2022. in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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His 12.5 sacks were a career high, as were his 88 tackles. He was tied for eighth in the NFL in sacks (the fifth-most by a winger), but led the league in tackles-for-loss with 22.

Each leading rusher who was named an All-Pro (Nick Bosa, Micah Parsons, Myles Garrett and Haason Reddick) had more sacks on the year. However, 14 defensive ends had more sacks than him in 2021, but he was still able to break second team.

Davante Adams, #17, and Maxx Crosby, #98 of the Las Vegas Raiders stand before the game against the Denver Broncos at Allegiant Stadium on October 2, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Davante Adams, #17, and Maxx Crosby, #98 of the Las Vegas Raiders stand before the game against the Denver Broncos at Allegiant Stadium on October 2, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Crosby’s Raiders went 6-11 this year, which was third in the AFC West after last year’s playoff appearance.