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    Pat Kirwan on the Pro Bowl

    Kirwan stated today on Sirius NFL Radio one of the best theories I've heard on the Pro Bowl.

    Eliminate the game, and just honor the players with the recognition.

    That's right. Because how many players do you see elected to the Pro Bowl who find some sort of injury to use as an excuse not to go play? And what if they go play, and they get hurt?

    Is there really a point to having the game instead of just recognizing a player as being all-pro? When a guy's contract depends on him being healthy, do you think he's going to go play an exhibition game after a 16+ game season of wear and tear on his body?

    Do away with the game, and just recognize the best players of the season.

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    Re: Pat Kirwan on the Pro Bowl

    I agree completely. Pick the team, scrap the game. All you need to know about the relevance of the Pro-Bowl can be witnessed on any field goal or extra point attempt, where after the snap, every player simply stands up and watches the ball. The game is nothing more than a walk-through, so why bother?

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    Re: Pat Kirwan on the Pro Bowl

    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$............Is all!

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    Re: Pat Kirwan on the Pro Bowl

    Quote Originally Posted by talkstoangels61
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$............Is all!
    Yep.and it goes to Tagliabue

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