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  • AFC Pro Bowl Snubs

    Here are a few AFC players left off the Pro Bowl squad. Just goes to show you.

    Hines Ward
    Troy Brown
    Antwoine Smith
    Steve McNair
    Mark Brunell
    LaDanian Tomlinson
    Corey Dillon
    Peter Boulware
    Tony Brackens


    I could go on, and on, and on.....I hate the Pro Bowl. Will have to say I am glad to see Priest Holmes voted into the Pro Bowl.

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  • CanadianRam!
    RAMS in the pro bowl!!
    by CanadianRam!
    as pro bowl ending is just about to end, cbs has an article about the guys they think should be on the pro bowl team.

    In the NFC, there are two :helmet: players listed

    anyways herez the article...enjoy!

    NFC offense
    QB: Matt Hasselbeck, Seahawks. Reserves: Eli Manning, Giants; Mark Brunell, Redskins.
    Comment: This is really a down year for NFC quarterbacks, so Hasselbeck takes the start almost by default. The reserves? Somebody has to go.

    RB: Starters: Shaun Alexander, Seahawks. Reserves: Tiki Barber, Giants; Warrick Dunn, Falcons.
    Comment: Alexander is having an MVP-like season, so he gets the start. Dunn edges out Washington's Clinton Portis for the final spot.

    FB: Starter: Mack Strong, Seahawks.
    Comment: He's the guy leading Alexander to all those yards.

    WR: Starters: Steve Smith, Carolina; Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona. Reserves: Santana Moss, Redskins; Joey Galloway, Bucs.
    Comment: Smith is an MVP candidate, while Fitzgerald has put up huge numbers with the Cardinals. Moss has cooled some, while Galloway is having his best year since 1998.

    TE: Starter: Alge Crumpler, Falcons. Reserve: Jeremy Shockey, Giants.
    Comment: Clearly they are the two best in the NFC. Washington's Chris Cooley is a riser who just misses.

    T: Starters: Walter Jones, Seahawks; Jon Jansen, Redskins. Reserve: Orlando Pace, Rams.
    Comment: Jones is the league's best tackle, while Jansen gets the nod in a weak right tackle group. Pace is still a heck of a player.

    G: Starters: Steve Hutchinson, Seahawks; Chris Snee, Giants. Reserve: Larry Allen, Cowboys.
    Comment: Hutchinson and Jones make up the best side of any line in the league. Snee is a real comer who will be a perennial choice here.

    C: Starter: Olin Kreutz, Bears. Reserve: LeCharles Bentley, Saints.
    Comment: When he's not breaking teammates' jaws, Kreutz is a heck of a player. Bentley would get more notice on a better team.

    K: Neil Rackers, Cardinals.
    Comment: He has missed one field-goal attempt all season, making 34 of 35. That's amazing.


    NFC defense
    DE: Starters: Mike Strahan, Giants; Will Smith, Saints. Reserve: Adewale Ogunleye, Bears.
    Comment: Strahan lowered his body weight, but his production didn't drop. Smith has quietly developed into a star.

    DT: Starters: Rod Coleman, Falcons; Tommie Harris, Bears. Reserve: La'Roi Glover, Cowboys.
    Comment: Coleman is a sack guy inside, while Harris has emerged as a dominant player for a good Bears defense.

    OLB: Starters: Lance Briggs, Bears; Derrick Brooks, Bucs. Reserve: Karlos Dansby, Cardinals.
    Comment: Briggs is a rising star, while Brooks is a veteran who continues to play at a high level. Dansby could be a starter in years to come.

    ILB:...
    -12-15-2005, 05:49 PM
  • psycho9985
    Pro Bowl
    by psycho9985
    I dont know about everybody else,but I love the Pro bowl

    Last game of the season,season sure went by FAST!

    We get to see some Rams play.

    Hoping Torry gets MVP.

    The Uniforms are cool(well at least the NFC unis are cool).

    I wish they still had the Supe Champs play the college all stars I really miss that.

    :clanram:
    -02-12-2006, 11:41 AM
  • ramsanddodgers
    Pro bowl on the move?
    by ramsanddodgers
    Now it counts, Part Deux?...
    -11-24-2008, 08:54 PM
  • sjacksonrules
    Rams make Pro Bowl with one lonely person
    by sjacksonrules
    And here she is



    Aloha Christa!

    Next year Chris Long will make the pro bowl. I don't care if I have to sit here and do nothing but vote for Chris Long I will. He deserved it this year and will get it next year deserving or not.

    There were others that had a good enough year also, James Laur and Jackson (he was injured and still got over the 1k) both could have made it on their efforts....
    -01-25-2012, 06:05 PM
  • r8rh8rmike
    Pro Bowl Falls On Hard Times: A Lost Cause?
    by r8rh8rmike
    Pro Bowl falls on hard times: A lost cause?

    ESPN.com
    08:03 AM ET 06.01

    Hawaii, New Orleans or the moon, how does one fix the Pro Bowl? "I don't think you can," Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey told ESPN.com. "I don't have any thoughts on that," Bills general manager Buddy Nix added. One NFL general manager, who spoke to ESPN.com on the condition of anonymity, pleaded: "Just cancel it now, please." The NBA, Major League Baseball and NHL have found ways to make their all-star games interesting and entertaining for fans. Yet the NFL fails to hit the mark year after year with the Pro Bowl. To be blunt, the game is no longer relevant. The consensus among NFL coaches and front office executives surveyed at the owners meetings is that fixing the Pro Bowl is a lost cause.
    -06-02-2012, 11:53 AM
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