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: December 19, 2006, 05:20:39 PM

AFC Pro Bowl roster

       AFC offense
Position    Player    Team
WR    Chad Johnson    Bengals
WR    Marvin Harrison    Colts
WR    Andre Johnson    Texans
WR    Reggie Wayne    Colts
OT    Willie Anderson    Bengals
OT    Tarik Glenn    Colts
OT    Jonathan Ogden    Ravens
OG    Alan Faneca    Steelers
OG    Will Shields    Chiefs
OG    Brian Waters    Chiefs
C    Nick Hardwick    Chargers
C    Jeff Saturday    Colts
TE    Antonio Gates    Chargers
TE    Tony Gonzalez    Chiefs
QB    Peyton Manning    Colts
QB    Carson Palmer    Bengals
QB    Philip Rivers    Chargers
RB    Larry Johnson    Chiefs
RB    Willie Parker    Steelers
RB    LaDainian Tomlinson    Chargers
FB    Lorenzo Neal    Chargers

       AFC defense
Position    Player    Team
DE    Derrick Burgess    Raiders
DE    Aaron Schobel    Bills
DE    Jason Taylor    Dolphins
DT    Casey Hampton    Steelers
DT    Richard Seymour    Patriots
DT    Jamal Williams    Chargers
OLB    Shawne Merriman    Chargers
OLB    Terrell Suggs    Ravens
OLB    Adalius Thomas    Ravens
MLB    Zach Thomas    Dolphins
MLB    Al Wilson    Broncos
CB    Champ Bailey    Broncos
CB    Rashean Mathis    Jaguars
CB    Chris McAlister    Ravens
SS    Troy Polamalu    Steelers
FS    John Lynch    Broncos
FS    Ed Reed    Ravens

       AFC special teams
Position    Player    Team
P    Brian Moorman    Bills
K    Nate Kaeding    Chargers
KR    Justin Miller    Jets
Special teams    Kassim Osgood    Chargers



NFC Pro Bowl roster

       NFC offense
Position    Player    Team
WR    Anquan Boldin    Cardinals
WR    Donald Driver    Packers
WR    Steve Smith    Panthers
WR    Torry Holt    Rams
OT    Jammal Brown    Saints
OT    Walter Jones    Seahawks
OT    Chris Samuels    Redskins
OG    Shawn Andrews    Eagles
OG    Steve Hutchinson    Vikings
C    Matt Birk    Vikings
C    Olin Kreutz    Bears
TE    Alge Crumpler    Falcons
TE    Jeremy Shockey    Giants
QB    Drew Brees    Saints
QB    Marc Bulger    Rams
QB    Tony Romo    Cowboys
RB    Tiki Barber    Giants
RB    Frank Gore    49ers
RB    Steven Jackson    Rams
FB    Mack Strong    Seahawks
       
       NFC defense
Position    Player    Team
DE    Aaron Kampman    Packers
DE    Julius Peppers    Panthers
DE    Will Smith    Saints
DT    Tommie Harris    Bears
DT    Kris Jenkins    Panthers
DT    Kevin Williams    Vikings
OLB    Lance Briggs    Bears
OLB    Julian Peterson    Seahawks
OLB    DeMarcus Ware    Cowboys
MLB    Lofa Tatupu    Seahawks
MLB    Brian Urlacher    Bears
CB    Ronde Barber    Buccaneers
CB    DeAngelo Hall    Falcons
CB    Lito Sheppard    Eagles
SS    Roy Williams    Cowboys
SS    Adrian Wilson    Cardinals
FS    Brian Dawkins    Eagles
 
       NFC special teams
Position    Player    Team
P    Mat McBriar    Cowboys
K    Robbie Gould    Bears
KR    Devin Hester    Bears
Special teams    Brendon Ayanbadejo    Bears


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#1 : December 19, 2006, 05:22:10 PM

WOW!  Look who made it from the AFC defense.  That old washed up player named John Lynch.  Terrell Owens should have made the team IMO.  I don't agree with the Tony Romo pick, but who else was there?  Grossman?



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#2 : December 19, 2006, 05:26:20 PM

Roy Williams making it is laughable.

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#3 : December 19, 2006, 05:26:26 PM

Barber shocks me a bit. I think his play hans't been as good this year and his PD and INT numbers are off quite a bit on his usual level of production.

Remember Ronde, the Pro bowl is now a recruiting trip. Talk to all the nice free agents while you are there.

All posts are opinions in case you are too stupid to figure that out on your own without me saying it over and over.

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#4 : December 19, 2006, 05:33:31 PM

Vick had better numbers than Romo, by a long shot.  Also, Marion Barber from Dallas got passed over for sure; that guy looks to be a superstar in this league.
Senor, I think the Roy Williams pick was legit; if for nothing else than his presensce. 

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#5 : December 19, 2006, 05:35:11 PM

No Josh Bidwell? Lord knows he's punted enough. He should make based on attempts alone!  :)




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#6 : December 19, 2006, 10:57:55 PM

Vick had better numbers than Romo, by a long shot.

What long shot?

Romo 2440 yds, 66% 16 tds 10 ints, 98.4 qb rating 6-2 as a starter
Vick 2284 yds, 52% 19 tds, 11 ints, 77.9 qb rating 7-7 as a starter

Maybe you were talking about Vicks rushing yds?

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#7 : December 19, 2006, 11:00:38 PM

Vick had better numbers than Romo, by a long shot.

What long shot?

Romo 2440 yds, 66% 16 tds 10 ints, 98.4 qb rating 6-2 as a starter
Vick 2284 yds, 52% 19 tds, 11 ints, 77.9 qb rating 7-7 as a starter

Maybe you were talking about Vicks rushing yds?
The rushing yards DO matter, FWIW...

But Vick did not deserve a Pro Bowl nod, and neither did Romo, IMO.  I am not sold on Romo.  Hasn't played enough to my liking.

Watch him crap the bed the rest of the season.




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#8 : December 19, 2006, 11:04:54 PM

Vick had better numbers than Romo, by a long shot.

What long shot?

Romo 2440 yds, 66% 16 tds 10 ints, 98.4 qb rating 6-2 as a starter
Vick 2284 yds, 52% 19 tds, 11 ints, 77.9 qb rating 7-7 as a starter

Maybe you were talking about Vicks rushing yds?
The rushing yards DO matter, FWIW...

But Vick did not deserve a Pro Bowl nod, and neither did Romo, IMO. I am not sold on Romo. Hasn't played enough to my liking.

Watch him crap the bed the rest of the season.

As Lovie said.....  "we are 11-2 with Rex as our qb." He should be there before Vick. As for Romo, the change that he's made in that team has been dramatic. He may crap the bed in the playoffs.... or he may not. He's as worthy as Bulger, IMO of course.

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#9 : December 19, 2006, 11:07:50 PM

Thank god Vick did not get in!!

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#10 : December 19, 2006, 11:36:47 PM

WOW! Look who made it from the AFC defense. That old washed up player named John Lynch. Terrell Owens should have made the team IMO. I don't agree with the Tony Romo pick, but who else was there? Grossman?

How did John Lynch's stats look? It seems to me he did not have that great of a season. I don't think fans/players/coaches outside of Dallas like TO enough to vote for him. I think Romo got the "we are tired of Vick" vote.


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#11 : December 20, 2006, 01:09:57 AM

WOW! Look who made it from the AFC defense. That old washed up player named John Lynch. Terrell Owens should have made the team IMO. I don't agree with the Tony Romo pick, but who else was there? Grossman?

How did John Lynch's stats look? It seems to me he did not have that great of a season. I don't think fans/players/coaches outside of Dallas like TO enough to vote for him. I think Romo got the "we are tired of Vick" vote.
Sorry but now I'm losing count. John Lynch has made 3 Pro Bowls(??) since we released him for that piece of crap(Phillips) we now have playing safety for us.  [banghead] [banghead] [banghead]



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#12 : December 20, 2006, 01:12:24 AM

WOW! Look who made it from the AFC defense. That old washed up player named John Lynch. Terrell Owens should have made the team IMO. I don't agree with the Tony Romo pick, but who else was there? Grossman?

How did John Lynch's stats look? It seems to me he did not have that great of a season. I don't think fans/players/coaches outside of Dallas like TO enough to vote for him. I think Romo got the "we are tired of Vick" vote.
Sorry but now I'm losing count. John Lynch has made 3 Pro Bowls(??) since we released him for that piece of crap(Phillips) we now have playing safety for us. [banghead] [banghead] [banghead]
Pro Bowls don't really indicate great play, look at Vick (until this year) and also Lynch didn't want to have a comp. for the job, the Bucs did.

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#13 : December 20, 2006, 01:32:47 AM

WOW! Look who made it from the AFC defense. That old washed up player named John Lynch. Terrell Owens should have made the team IMO. I don't agree with the Tony Romo pick, but who else was there? Grossman?

How did John Lynch's stats look? It seems to me he did not have that great of a season. I don't think fans/players/coaches outside of Dallas like TO enough to vote for him. I think Romo got the "we are tired of Vick" vote.
Sorry but now I'm losing count. John Lynch has made 3 Pro Bowls(??) since we released him for that piece of crap(Phillips) we now have playing safety for us. [banghead] [banghead] [banghead]
Pro Bowls don't really indicate great play, look at Vick (until this year) and also Lynch didn't want to have a comp. for the job, the Bucs did.

I think we can do way better than Phillips with a FA pick up.


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#14 : December 20, 2006, 06:01:06 PM

YES!!! NO MICHAEL VICK!!! VICTORY FOR FOOTBALL!!!

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