The Pro Bowl is an unruly beast. Sometimes, players get more recognition because they're on a great team. Other times, undeserving candidates top the ballot because they have familiar names. It's not something to take overly seriously.
For those who care about the results of their votes, you should know that not a single Falcon tops the votes at any position. I'm not overly optimistic that a lot of Falcons are going to the Pro Bowl, and frankly I could see a scenario in which no one makes it. It has been that kind of season, and I'd find it difficult to make the case for anyone besides perhaps Matt Bosher or Desmond Trufant.
The following list comes to us from the NFL itself. Apologies for the formatting.
NFL LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION
POS. NAME, TEAM VOTES POS. NAME, TEAM VOTES
QB Peyton Manning, Denver 1,227,068 DE J.J. Watt, Houston 363,433
QB Drew Brees, New Orleans 1,049,811 DE Robert Quinn, St. Louis 315,973
RB Jamaal Charles, Kansas City 825,345 DT Jason Hatcher, Dallas 286,457
RB Marshawn Lynch, Seattle 821,487 DT Marcell Dareus, Buffalo 280,378
FB Mike Tolbert, Carolina 360,381 OLB Tamba Hali, Kansas City 293,303
FB Chris Ogbonnaya, Cleveland 250,788 OLB Robert Mathis, Indianapolis 279,080
WR Calvin Johnson, Detroit 817,934 ILB Kiko Alonso, Buffalo 335,878
WR A.J. Green, Cincinnati 623,735 ILB Sean Lee, Dallas 222,188
TE Jimmy Graham, New Orleans 697,193 CB Richard Sherman, Seattle 477,595
TE Julius Thomas, Denver 486,893 CB Aqib Talib, New England 327,880
T Branden Albert, Kansas City 209,068 SS Kam Chancellor, Seattle 173,897
T Joe Staley, San Francisco 184,767 SS Eric Berry, Kansas City 149,759
G Zane Beadles, Denver 206,018 FS Earl Thomas, Seattle 359,255
G Jeff Allen, Kansas City 171,074 FS Barry Church, Dallas 117,693
K Steven Hauschka, Seattle 159,938 ST David Bruton, Denver 117,817
PR Devin Hester, Chicago 210,814
PR Trindon Holliday, Denver 169,254