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AFC PRO BOWL ROSTER

OFFENSE

Wide receivers

Marvin Harrison (Indianapolis Colts)

Andre Johnson (Houston Texans)

Chad Johnson (Cincinnati Bengals)

Reggie Wayne (Indianapolis Colts)

Offensive tackles

Willie Anderson (Cincinnati Bengals)

Tarik Glenn (Indianapolis Colts)

Jonathan Ogden (Baltimore Ravens)

Guards

Alan Faneca (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Will Shields (Kansas City Chiefs)

Brian Waters (Kansas City Chiefs)

Centers

Nick Hardwick (San Diego Chargers)

Jeff Saturday (Indianapolis Colts)

Tight ends

Antonio Gates (San Diego Chargers)

Tony Gonzalez (Kansas City Chiefs)

Quarterbacks

Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts)

Carson Palmer (Cincinnati Bengals)

Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers)

Running backs

Larry Johnson (Kansas City Chiefs)

Willie Parker (Pittsburgh Steelers)

LaDainian Tomlinson (San Diego Chargers)

Fullbacks

Lorenzo Neal (San Diego Chargers)

DEFENSE

Defensive ends

Derrick Burgess (Oakland Raiders)

Aaron Schobel (Buffalo Bills)

Jason Taylor (Miami Dolphins)

Interior linemen

Casey Hampton (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Richard Seymour (New England Patriots)

Jamal Williams (San Diego Chargers)

Outside linebackers

Shawne Merriman (San Diego Chargers)

Terrell Suggs (Baltimore Ravens)

Adalius Thomas (Baltimore Ravens)

Inside linebackers

Zach Thomas (Miami Dolphins)

Al Wilson (Denver Broncos)

Cornerbacks

Champ Bailey (Denver Broncos)

Rashean Mathis (Jacksonville Jaguars)

Chris McAlister (Baltimore Ravens)

Strong safeties

Troy Polamalu (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Free safeties

John Lynch (Denver Broncos)

Ed Reed (Baltimore Ravens)

SPECIALISTS

Brian Moorman (Buffalo Bills)

Nate Kaeding (San Diego Chargers)

Justin Miller (New York Jets)

Kassim Osgood (San Diego Chargers)

NFC PRO BOWL ROSTER

OFFENSE

Wide receivers

Anquan Boldin (Arizona Cardinals)

Donald Driver (Green Bay Packers)

Torry Holt (St. Louis Rams)

Steve Smith (Carolina Panthers)

Tackles

Jammal Brown (New Orleans Saints)

Walter Jones (Seattle Seahawks)

Chris Samuels (Washington Redskins)

Guards

Shawn Andrews (Philadelphia Eagles)

Steve Hutchinson (Minnesota Vikings)

Centers

Matt Birk (Minnesota Vikings)

Olin Kreutz (Chicago Bears)

Tight ends

Alge Crumpler (Atlanta Falcons)

Jeremy Shockey (New York Giants)

Quarterbacks

Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints)

Marc Bulger (St. Louis Rams)

Tony Romo (Dallas Cowboys)

Running backs

Tiki Barber (New York Giants)

Frank Gore (San Francisco 49ers)

Steven Jackson (St. Louis Rams)

Fullbacks

Mack Strong (Seattle Seahawks)

DEFENSE

Defensive ends

Aaron Kampman (Green Bay Packers)

Julius Peppers (Carolina Panthers)

Will Smith (New Orleans Saints)

Interior linemen

Tommie Harris (Chicago Bears)

Kris Jenkins (Carolina Panthers)

Kevin Williams (Minnesota Vikings)

Outside linebackers

Lance Briggs (Chicago Bears)

Julian Peterson (Seattle Seahawks)

DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys)

Inside linebackers

Lofa Tatupu (Seattle Seahawks)

Brian Urlacher (Chicago Bears)

Cornerbacks

Ronde Barber (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

DeAngelo Hall (Atlanta Falcons)

Lito Sheppard (Philadelphia Eagles)

Strong safeties

Roy Williams (Dallas Cowboys)

Adrian Wilson (Arizona Cardinals)

Free safeties

Brian Dawkins (Philadelphia Eagles)

SPECIALISTS

Mat McBriar (Dallas Cowboys)

Robbie Gould (Chicago Bears)

Devin Hester (Chicago Bears)

Brendon Ayanbadejo (Chicago Bears)

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DeAngelo Hall (Atlanta Falcons)

WTF?! The fans must not have seen the same D-Hall we've seen all year, which is crap. The icing on the cake was him going for the INT return for a TD on a freakin HAIL MARY. D-Hall did not deserve the Pro Bowl this year. Seriously.

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This will be a Terrell Owen-less Pro Bowl....

How Did Marc Bulger get in the Pro Bowl...I guess because alot of NFC QBs either been pulled or injured. For all that Rex Grossman should have gotten a Pro Bowl

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This will be a Terrell Owen-less Pro Bowl....

How Did Marc Bulger get in the Pro Bowl...I guess because alot of NFC QBs either been pulled or injured. For all that Rex Grossman should have gotten a Pro Bowl

Marc Bulger, statistically, is having a career year. The Rams suck, but he's having an awesome year. Good for him, getting in.

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DeAngelo Hall made the pro bowl over Charles Woodson? WTF?

Damn. Mack Strong over Mike Alstott for the Bowl. Too bad, it wouldve been nice to see the A Train go to the Pro Bowl in his final season. But hey, ONE Buccaneer. Good season.............

Alstott has been screwing real NFC fullbacks for years by getting selected at a postion he doesn't even play. Big up to Mack Strong for gettin' in.

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This will be a Terrell Owen-less Pro Bowl....

How Did Marc Bulger get in the Pro Bowl...I guess because alot of NFC QBs either been pulled or injured. For all that Rex Grossman should have gotten a Pro Bowl

I've always felt Marc Bulger was overrated and a product of a good offensive talent. (I, for his first few year year, really felt Warner should have been there and that Bulger just wasn't good.) But this year Bulger deserves it. He's had a fantastic year.

Note also that Torry Holt and Steven Jackson made the team. If the Rams had an offensive line and even a decent defense, the offense really could have led them to the playoffs. As it is, it's a pretty disguisting season.

And yet, it's a disguisting season that still has a small chance of resulting in a playoff birth...

I know kickers and punters aren't really thought of as high profile guys or anything, but can someone who has watched the Cowboys a lot tell me if McBriar really has been great this year. I'm certainly not gonna argue a punters selection, I just know from watching the Rams that Matt Turk's been awesome this year.

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This will be a Terrell Owen-less Pro Bowl....

How Did Marc Bulger get in the Pro Bowl...I guess because alot of NFC QBs either been pulled or injured. For all that Rex Grossman should have gotten a Pro Bowl

I've always felt Marc Bulger was overrated and a product of a good offensive talent. (I, for his first few year year, really felt Warner should have been there and that Bulger just wasn't good.) But this year Bulger deserves it. He's had a fantastic year.

Agreed. Bulger has been THE most underrated QB in the NFC, if not the NFL. He's consistent as hell, and he's having a good ass year. I know Vick didn't make it, even though this is his best year of his career, but I can stand Bulger making it over Vick.

Romo, on the other hand...Dude comes in halfway through the season, and makes the ProBowl. Anybody else, they're a "Feel good story, but no PB." COWBOY BIAS!!! :lol:

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McBriar has been fantastic, just hidden behind the hype and media circus with placekickers Vanderjagt and Grammatica. I think most Dallas fans expected T. O., Witten, and Newman to make the squad, but I guess Owens drops and Newmans lone interception (despite he rarely gets thrown at) kept them out. Witten has been solid. Ithink he should have made the team.

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Merrimann is there and that is sad. You miss four games for failing a drug test, but still get voted in by both players and fans. Terrance Newman should have made it this year. You only get one INT if you are rarely thrown at, plus on 3rd down he moves and covers a slot receiver.

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I know kickers and punters aren't really thought of as high profile guys or anything, but can someone who has watched the Cowboys a lot tell me if McBriar really has been great this year. I'm certainly not gonna argue a punters selection, I just know from watching the Rams that Matt Turk's been awesome this year.

McBriar does have the highest gross and net average, not mention the longest punt so far this season. Moorman's done well this season for Buffalo, but I would have liked to see Ben Graham or Dustin Colquitt in there as well.

http://www.nfl.com/stats/playersort/NFL/P-PUNTS/2006/regular

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AFC PRO BOWL ROSTER

OFFENSE

Wide receivers

Marvin Harrison (Indianapolis Colts)

Andre Johnson (Houston Texans)

Chad Johnson (Cincinnati Bengals)

Reggie Wayne (Indianapolis Colts)

Offensive tackles

Willie Anderson (Cincinnati Bengals)

Tarik Glenn (Indianapolis Colts)

Jonathan Ogden (Baltimore Ravens)

Guards

Alan Faneca (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Will Shields (Kansas City Chiefs)

Brian Waters (Kansas City Chiefs)

Centers

Nick Hardwick (San Diego Chargers)

Jeff Saturday (Indianapolis Colts)

Tight ends

Antonio Gates (San Diego Chargers)

Tony Gonzalez (Kansas City Chiefs)

Quarterbacks

Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts)

Carson Palmer (Cincinnati Bengals)

Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers)

Running backs

Larry Johnson (Kansas City Chiefs)

Willie Parker (Pittsburgh Steelers)

LaDainian Tomlinson (San Diego Chargers)

Fullbacks

Lorenzo Neal (San Diego Chargers)

DEFENSE

Defensive ends

Derrick Burgess (Oakland Raiders)

Aaron Schobel (Buffalo Bills)

Jason Taylor (Miami Dolphins)

Interior linemen

Casey Hampton (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Richard Seymour (New England Patriots)

Jamal Williams (San Diego Chargers)

Outside linebackers

Shawne Merriman (San Diego Chargers)

Terrell Suggs (Baltimore Ravens)

Adalius Thomas (Baltimore Ravens)

Inside linebackers

Zach Thomas (Miami Dolphins)

Al Wilson (Denver Broncos)

Cornerbacks

Champ Bailey (Denver Broncos)

Rashean Mathis (Jacksonville Jaguars)

Chris McAlister (Baltimore Ravens)

Strong safeties

Troy Polamalu (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Free safeties

John Lynch (Denver Broncos)

Ed Reed (Baltimore Ravens)

SPECIALISTS

Brian Moorman (Buffalo Bills)

Nate Kaeding (San Diego Chargers)

Justin Miller (New York Jets)

Kassim Osgood (San Diego Chargers)

NFC PRO BOWL ROSTER

OFFENSE

Wide receivers

Anquan Boldin (Arizona Cardinals)

Donald Driver (Green Bay Packers)

Torry Holt (St. Louis Rams)

Steve Smith (Carolina Panthers)

Tackles

Jammal Brown (New Orleans Saints)

Walter Jones (Seattle Seahawks)

Chris Samuels (Washington Redskins)

Guards

Shawn Andrews (Philadelphia Eagles)

Steve Hutchinson (Minnesota Vikings)

Centers

Matt Birk (Minnesota Vikings)

Olin Kreutz (Chicago Bears)

Tight ends

Alge Crumpler (Atlanta Falcons)

Jeremy Shockey (New York Giants)

Quarterbacks

Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints)

Marc Bulger (St. Louis Rams)

Tony Romo (Dallas Cowboys)

Running backs

Tiki Barber (New York Giants)

Frank Gore (San Francisco 49ers)

Steven Jackson (St. Louis Rams)

Fullbacks

Mack Strong (Seattle Seahawks)

DEFENSE

Defensive ends

Aaron Kampman (Green Bay Packers)

Julius Peppers (Carolina Panthers)

Will Smith (New Orleans Saints)

Interior linemen

Tommie Harris (Chicago Bears)

Kris Jenkins (Carolina Panthers)

Kevin Williams (Minnesota Vikings)

Outside linebackers

Lance Briggs (Chicago Bears)

Julian Peterson (Seattle Seahawks)

DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys)

Inside linebackers

Lofa Tatupu (Seattle Seahawks)

Brian Urlacher (Chicago Bears)

Cornerbacks

Ronde Barber (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

DeAngelo Hall (Atlanta Falcons)

Lito Sheppard (Philadelphia Eagles)

Strong safeties

Roy Williams (Dallas Cowboys)

Adrian Wilson (Arizona Cardinals)

Free safeties

Brian Dawkins (Philadelphia Eagles)

SPECIALISTS

Mat McBriar (Dallas Cowboys)

Robbie Gould (Chicago Bears)

Devin Hester (Chicago Bears)

Brendon Ayanbadejo (Chicago Bears)

It's nice to get the list of all the players that will be skipping the Pro Bowl with a mysterious injury.

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