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Old 12-26-2012, 10:10 AM   #901
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I see where Matt is going trying to replenish the older rest of the team by getting several top draft picks and that I don't personally see Roethlisberger playing at his level past 35.

The problem and you can talk to Miami, about how difficult it is getting a franchise QB.

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The Jags big free agent move last year was signing Aaron Ross, who has done nothing this season, except watch his wife win an Olympic gold medal in London.

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Watch Tebow make the Pro-Bowl for three winning drives next year and Tebowmanics will start the 'All He Does Is Win' chants again (even though the Jaguars will have 4-12 record).

Speaking of which, my Panthers got snubbed. Luke Kuechly, Greg Hardy, Dwan Edwards, and/or Charles Johnson didn't make it to the Pro-Bowl. Criminal.

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Watch Tebow make the Pro-Bowl for three winning drives next year and Tebowmanics will start the 'All He Does Is Win' chants again (even though the Jaguars will have 4-12 record).

Speaking of which, my Panthers got snubbed. Luke Kuechly, Greg Hardy, Dwan Edwards, and/or Charles Johnson didn't make it to the Pro-Bowl. Criminal.

Oh well.
LOL, yeah. But it won't stop there. I could see NFL Network devoting a half hour of Total Access speculating on whether or not he should be named MVP. The way they have continued to talk about him all season (when there's nothing to actually talk ABOUT) has been nauseating. But then, that's the NFL for you.


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I thought ESPN were the one that salivate at Tebows knees, not NFL network?

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I've said before the networks are at their funniest when their favorite teams are quite terrible, yet they still talk about them.

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I want Tebow to win a super bowl so the world explodes.

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I noticed. Nothing personal, but go to hell.

I don't know how Kuechly and The Kraken got snubbed.

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How not a single Ram, Eagle or Panther was selected is beyond me.

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How not a single Ram, Eagle or Panther was selected is beyond me.
What?! Dude, Jenkins got snubbed too? That's BS. He's in the running for DROY.

edit: Their LB is a monster too. He's got like 137 tackles (5th in the league).

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I know right! Jackson who ran for his 10,000 is 11 yard away from his 8th CONSECUTIVE 1,000 yard season got snubbed as well. I know he didn't have a break out year but that is a huge feat for his age.

Lauranitas was robbed as well. The man makes like EVERY tackle.

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AFC OFFENSE

Quarterback
Peyton Manning, Denver*
Tom Brady, New England
Matt Schaub, Houston

Running back
Arian Foster, Houston*
Jamaal Charles, Kansas City
Ray Rice, Baltimore

Fullback
Vonta Leach, Baltimore*

Wide receiver
A.J. Green, Cincinnati*
Andre Johnson, Houston*
Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis
Wes Welker, New England

Tight end
Rob Gronkowski, New England*
Heath Miller, Pittsburgh

Tackle
Joe Thomas, Cleveland*
Duane Brown, Houston*
Ryan Clady, Denver

Guard
Logan Mankins, New England*
Marshal Yanda, Baltimore*
Wade Smith, Houston

Center
Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh*
Chris Myers, Houston



AFC DEFENSE

Defensive end
J.J. Watt, Houston*
Cameron Wake, Miami*
Elvis Dumervil, Denver

Interior linemen
Geno Atkins, Cincinnati*
Vince Wilfork, New England*
Haloti Ngata, Baltimore

Outside linebacker
Von Miller, Denver*
Tamba Hali, Kansas City*
Robert Mathis, Indianapolis

Inside/Middle linebacker
Jerod Mayo, New England*
Derrick Johnson, Kansas City

Cornerback
Champ Bailey, Denver*
Johnathan Joseph, Houston*
Antonio Cromartie, N.Y. Jets

Free safety
Ed Reed, Baltimore*

Strong safety
Eric Berry, Kansas City*
LaRon Landry, N.Y. Jets



AFC SPECIALISTS

Punter
Dustin Colquitt, Kansas City

Place-kicker
Phil Dawson, Cleveland

Kick returner
Jacoby Jones, Baltimore

Special-teamer
Matthew Slater, New England



NFC OFFENSE

Quarterback
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay*
Matt Ryan, Atlanta
Robert Griffin III, Washington

Running back
Adrian Peterson, Minnesota*
Marshawn Lynch, Seattle
Frank Gore, San Francisco

Fullback
Jerome Felton, Minnesota*

Wide receiver
Calvin Johnson, Detroit*
Brandon Marshall, Chicago*
Julio Jones, Atlanta
Victor Cruz, N.Y. Giants

Tight end
Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta*
Jason Witten, Dallas

Tackle
Joe Staley, San Francisco*
Russell Okung, Seattle*
Trent Williams, Washington

Guard
Mike Iupati, San Francisco*
Jahri Evans, New Orleans*
Chris Snee, N.Y. Giants

Center
Max Unger, Seattle*
Jeff Saturday, Green Bay



NFC DEFENSE

Defensive end
Jason Pierre-Paul, N.Y. Giants*
Julius Peppers, Chicago*
Jared Allen, Minnesota

Interior linemen
Justin Smith, San Francisco*
Henry Melton, Chicago*
Gerald McCoy, Tampa Bay

Outside linebacker
Aldon Smith, San Francisco*
DeMarcus Ware, Dallas*
Clay Matthews, Green Bay

Inside/Middle linebacker
Patrick Willis, San Francisco*
NaVorro Bowman, San Francisco

Cornerback
Charles Tillman, Chicago*
Tim Jennings, Chicago*
Patrick Peterson, Arizona

Free safety
Dashon Goldson, San Francisco*
Earl Thomas, Seattle

Strong safety
Donte Whitner, San Francisco*



NFC SPECIALISTS

Punter
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Place-kicker
Blair Walsh, Minnesota

Kick returner
Leon Washington, Seattle

Special-teamer
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Jacoby Jones, kick returner
Vonta Leach, fullback*
Haloti Ngata, interior lineman
Ed Reed, free safety*
Ray Rice, running back
Marshal Yanda, guard*

Cincinnati (2)
Geno Atkins, interior lineman*
A.J. Green, wide receiver*

Cleveland (2)
Phil Dawson, placekicker
Joe Thomas, offensive tackle*

Denver (5)
Champ Bailey, cornerback*
Ryan Clady, tackle
Elvis Dumervil, defensive end
Peyton Manning, quarterback*
Von Miller, outside linebacker*

Houston (8)
Duane Brown, tackle*
Arian Foster, running back*
Andre Johnson, wide receiver
Johnathan Joseph, cornerback*
Chris Myers, center
Matt Schaub, quarterback
Wade Smith, guard
J.J. Watt, defensive end*

Indianapolis (2)
Robert Mathis, outside linebacker
Reggie Wayne, wide receiver

Kansas City (5)
Eric Berry, strong safety*
Jamaal Charles, running back
Dustin Colquitt, punter
Tamba Hali, outside linebacker*
Derrick Johnson, inside/middle linebacker

Miami (1)
Cameron Wake, defensive end*

New England (7)
Tom Brady, quarterback
Rob Gronkowski, tight end*
Logan Mankins, guard*
Jerod Mayo, inside/middle linebacker*
Matthew Slater, special-teamer
Wes Welker, wide receiver
Vince Wilfork, interior lineman*

N.Y. Jets (2)
Antonio Cromartie, cornerback
LaRon Landry, strong safety

Pittsburgh (2)
Heath Miller, tight end
Maurkice Pouncey, center*



NFC TEAM-BY-TEAM

Arizona (1)
Patrick Peterson, cornerback

Atlanta (3)
Tony Gonzalez, tight end*
Julio Jones, wide receiver
Matt Ryan, quarterback

Chicago (5)
Tim Jennings, cornerback*
Brandon Marshall, wide receiver*
Henry Melton, interior lineman*
Julius Peppers, defensive end*
Charles Tillman, cornerback*

Dallas (2)
DeMarcus Ware, outside linebacker*
Jason Witten, tight end

Detroit (1)
Calvin Johnson, wide receiver*

Green Bay (3)
Clay Matthews, outside linebacker
Aaron Rodgers, quarterback*
Jeff Saturday, center

Minnesota (4)
Jared Allen, defensive end
Jerome Felton, fullback*
Adrian Peterson, running back*
Blair Walsh, placekicker

New Orleans (2)
Jahri Evans, guard*
Thomas Morstead, punter

N.Y. Giants (3)
Victor Cruz, wide receiver
Jason Pierre-Paul, defensive end*
Chris Snee, guard

San Francisco (9)
NaVorro Bowman, inside/middle linebacker
Dashon Goldson, free safety*
Frank Gore, running back
Mike Iupati, guard*
Aldon Smith, outside linebacker*
Justin Smith, interior lineman*
Joe Staley, tackle*
Donte Whitner, strong safety*
Patrick Willis, inside/middle linebacker*

Seattle (5)
Marshawn Lynch, running back
Russell Okung, tackle*
Earl Thomas, free safety
Max Unger, center*
Leon Washington, kick returner

Tampa Bay (1)
Gerald McCoy, interior lineman

Washington (3)
Lorenzo Alexander, special-teamer
Robert Griffin III, quarterback
Trent Williams, tackle

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I know right! Jackson who ran for his 10,000 is 11 yard away from his 8th CONSECUTIVE 1,000 yard season got snubbed as well. I know he didn't have a break out year but that is a huge feat for his age.

Lauranitas was robbed as well. The man makes like EVERY tackle.
This just confirms that the Pro-Bowl is a popularity contest. Lauranitas is leading the league solo tackles, Jenkins has been playing lights out at CB and Jackson is always consistent at running the ball.

How Bowman got the spot over guys like Lauranitas and Kuechly (who leads the NFL in total tackles and has only allowed 1 passing TD in coverage) is baffling.

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Giants should have only 1 - Cruz. JPP and Snee have no business being there. Snee is so banged up he prob will give up the spot.

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JPP especially. He hasn't done much this year. Hardy outplayed him all year long.

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Only two pro-bowlers from Pittsburgh and none on the defensive side of the ball. Ouch.

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I can't believe Weddle got snubbed. He's practically the best safety in the NFL today.

C. Johnson might only have 10.5 sacks this season but he also has 7 FFs. No other DL has anywhere near that amount this year.

Wagner from the Seahawks surprisingly got no love either. I don't know what to make out of that.

Hayward (who has 6-7 INTs). Pro-Bowl? Nope.


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Even though my boys RGIII and Lorenzo Alexander got in, even the all star voting in the NFL has gone to s***.

edit: Trent Williams too! Good to see he's finally getting respect.

AND WHERE IS ALFRED MORRIS?!?!?!!?! Gore??? GORE?!?!?!

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