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  • Pro Bowl

    The NFL has their Pro Bowl Ballots available. If the season ended today, who would you vote for?

    Here's my picks:

    QUARTERBACK
    AFC: Brady, Brees, Manning
    NFC: Bulger, Culpepper, McNabb

    RUNNINGBACK
    AFC: Holmes, James, Martin
    NFC: Alexander, Barber, T.Jones

    WIDE RECEIVER
    AFC: Caldwell, A.Johnson, Moulds, Ward
    NFC: Bruce, Holt, Moss, Owens

    FULLBACK
    AFC: Droughns
    NFC: Strong

    TIGHT END:
    AFC: Gates, Graham
    NFC: Crumpler, Witten

    KICKER:
    AFC: Elam
    NFC: Akers

    PUNTER:
    AFC: Lechler
    NFC: Landeta

    OFFENSIVE GUARD:
    AFC: Faneca, Shields, Stone
    NFC: Mayberry, Timmerman, Woody

    OFFENSIVE TACKLE:
    AFC: Ogden, Roaf, Sims
    NFC: Jones, Pace, Tait

    CENTER:
    AFC: Nalen, Wiegmann
    NFC: Birk, Fraley

    CORNERBACK:
    AFC: Bailey, McAllister, Robinson
    NFC: Barber, Lucas, Winfield

    STRONG SAFETY:
    AFC: Polamalu
    NFC: A.Wilson

    FREE SAFETY:
    AFC: L.Thompson
    NFC: Sharper

    DEFENSIVE END:
    AFC: Abraham, Lang, A.Smith
    NFC: Ellis, Grant, Kerney

    INSIDE LINEBACKER:
    AFC: Fletcher, Sharper
    NFC: Barnett, Morgan

    OUTSIDE LINEBACKER
    AFC: Ayodele, Foley
    NFC: Brooks, Diggs

    INTERIOR DEFENSIVE LINEMAN
    AFC: Stroud, J.Williams
    NFC: Coleman, K.Williams

    KICK RETURNER
    AFC: Sams
    NFC: Drummond

    SPECIAL TEAMER:
    AFC: Curry
    NFC: Ferguson

  • #2
    Re: Pro Bowl

    WWWWAAAAAAAYYYYY too early. It's been only SIX games! (five for some).

    I'll do my thing and vote for all Rams (never voted for Dexter McLeon though, yuck).

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    • Milan
      Pro Bowl Voting
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      Pro Bowl voting has been opened.

      I voted for offense for the main part and kickers.

      QBs

      AFC
      P. Manning
      D. Carr
      C. Palmer

      NFC
      M. Bulger
      D. Brees
      D. McNabb


      RBs

      AFC
      L. Tomlinson
      W. McGahee
      R. Johnson

      NFC
      T. Barber
      W. Dunn
      S. Jackson


      WRs

      AFC
      A. Johnson
      L. Coles
      M. Harrison

      NFC
      T. Holt
      A. Boldin
      B. Berrian

      TEs

      AFC
      T. Heap
      K. Winslow

      NFC
      L. Smith
      J. Shockey

      K

      AFC
      N. Kaeding


      NFC
      J. Wilkins
      -10-21-2006, 11:31 AM
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      AFC West
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      AFC North
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      NFC North
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      NFC South
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      NFC West
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      JIM THOMAS:

      Not ready to say that. For starters, the Rams are going to have to start picking up a win or two on the road. And after so many losses from 2007 through 2009, I simply have to see more. OK, the Rams have won two in a row. But so did Jim Haslett in October of 2008. But there's no doubt this looks like a different Rams team than we've seen in recent years and the NFC West certainly looks like it's there for the taking.

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      The season is only four games old, so it's dangerous to make any lasting judgments on who is the best for the long term. But as we stand right now, the ***** are in turmoil, Arizona has no QB, the Seahawks offensive line is a mess and their pass defense is weak. So that leaves us with the Rams, whose defense keeps teams out of the end zone. They have a young QB who is wise beyond his experience, and suddenly they are tied for first in a division that might only take seven victories to win. So as we speak at this moment -- and it could surely change just as quickly -- yes, the Rams are the best team in the division.

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      BILL COATS:

      Right now, they probably are. The ***** were the division favorites, but they can't win a game. The Cardinals are in disarray, and the Seahawks are aging and just aren't very talented. There's no question that over the last two weeks, the Rams have played the best football in the division.

      BERNIE MIKLASZ:

      On one level it's ludicrous, beause we're talking about a franchise that just went through a stinking mess of a stretch, losing 44 of 50 games coming into the 2010 season. The losing has been chronic and extreme. The Rams haven't been able to win at home. They've gotten dominated -- bullied -- by NFC West rivals. And even after winning two in a row at home for the first time since 2006, and even after putting the hammer on Seattle, the Rams have much to prove. Can they win on the road? That's another big hurdle to overcome. And they'll get their chance to prove it soon; starting with a patch of schedule that begins Nov. 14, the Rams will play four of five on the road. But that's just one side. The other side is this: this division is really bad. The Rams could...
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