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    And here she is

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    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.

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    Re: Rams make Pro Bowl with one lonely person

    I agree, it's a bummer. There were just so many good pass rushers coming out of the NFC this year.

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    • #3
      Re: Rams make Pro Bowl with one lonely person

      Originally posted by shower beers View Post
      I agree, it's a bummer. There were just so many good pass rushers coming out of the NFC this year.
      Yeah, but Julius Peppers being voted to the Pro Bowl is still an absolute joke.
      @EssexRam_

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      • #4
        Re: Rams make Pro Bowl with one lonely person

        Oh, I doubt she's lonely.
        The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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