The All-Joe team was created in 1992 to recognize players whose work contributes to the success of others. Only players who have never made the Pro Bowl are eligible.
Warford, a third-round selection for the Lions in last year's draft, was a key piece to an offensive line that led the league fewest in sacks allowed for much of the season.
In his article, Nate Davis says of Warford: "Rookie third rounder played like a top-10 pick. A definite keeper."
Levy, who led the NFL in interceptions for much of the season with six, is thought to have missed out on the Pro Bowl because linebackers in a 3-4 scheme tend to be voted in due to their sack totals.
The fifth-year veteran made more than one game-saving interception, including one in the endzone at Chicago and two at Cleveland.
Said Davis of Levy: "Don't throw in his zone -- only Seattle's Richard Sherman picked off more passes than Levy's six, a gaudy figure for a linebacker."