NFL Pro Bowl Rosters

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  1. PastorSBC1303

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    National Football Conference

    Offense

    Wide Receivers -- s-Torry Holt, St. Louis; s-Steve Smith, Carolina; Anquan Boldin, Arizona; Donald Driver, Green Bay.

    Tackles -- s-Jammal Brown, New Orleans; s-Walter Jones, Seattle; Chris Samuels, Washington.

    Guards -- s-Shawn Andrews, Philadelphia; s-Steve Hutchinson, Minnesota; Larry Allen, San Francisco.

    Centers -- s-Olin Kreutz, Chicago; Matt Birk, Minnesota.

    Tight Ends -- s-Alge Crumpler, Atlanta; Jeremy Shockey, New York.

    Quarterbacks -- s-Drew Brees, New Orleans; Marc Bulger, St. Louis; Tony Romo, Dallas.

    Running Backs -- s-Frank Gore, San Francisco; Tiki Barber, New York; Steven Jackson, St. Louis.

    Fullback -- s-Mack Strong, Seattle.

    Defense

    Ends -- s-Julius Peppers, Carolina; s-Will Smith, New Orleans; Aaron Kampman, Green Bay.

    Interior Linemen -- s-Tommie Harris, Chicago; s-Kevin Williams, Minnesota; Kris Jenkins, Carolina.

    Outside Linebackers -- s-Lance Briggs, Chicago; s-DeMarcus Ware, Dallas; Julian Peterson, Seattle.

    Inside Linebackers -- s-Brian Urlacher, Chicago; Lofa Tatupu, Seattle.

    Cornerbacks -- s-Ronde Barber, Tampa Bay; s-DeAngelo Hall, Atlanta; Lito Sheppard, Philadelphia.

    Strong Safeties -- s-Adrian Wilson, Arizona; Roy Williams, Dallas.

    Free Safety -- s-Brian Dawkins, Philadelphia.


    Specialists

    Punter -- Mat McBriar, Dallas.

    Placekicker -- Robbie Gould, Chicago.

    Kick Return Specialist -- Devin Hester, Chicago.

    Special Teamer -- Brendan Ayanbadejo, Chicago.

    American Football Conference

    Offense

    Wide Receivers -- s-Andre Johnson, Houston; s-Chad Johnson, Cincinnati; Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis; Reggie wayne, Indianapolis.

    Tackles -- Willie Anderson, Cincinnati; s-Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore; Tarik Green, Indianapolis.

    Guards -- s-Alan Faneca, Pittsburgh; s-Will Shields, Kansas City; Brian Waters, Kansas City.

    Centers -- s-Jeff Saturday, Indianapolis; Nick Hardwick, San Diego.

    Tight Ends -- s-Antonio Gates, San Diego; Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City.

    Quarterbacks -- s-Peyton Manning, Indianapolis; Carson Palmer, Cincinnati; Philip Rivers, San Diego.

    Running Backs -- s-LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego; Larry Johnson, Kansas City; Willie Parker, Pittsburgh.

    Fullback -- s-Lorenzo Neal, San Diego.

    Defense

    Ends -- s-Aaron Schobel, Buffalo; s-Jason Taylor, Miami; Derrick Burgess, Oakland.

    Interior Linemen -- s-Richard Seymour, New England; s-Jamal Williams, San Diego; Casey Hampton, Pittsburgh.

    Outside Linebackers -- s-Shawne Merriman, San Diego; s-Adalius Thomas, Baltimore; Terrell Suggs, Baltimore.

    Inside Linebackers -- s-Al Wilson, Denver; Zach Thomas, Miami.

    Cornerbacks -- s-Champ Bailey, Denver; s-Rasheen Mathis, Jacksonville; Chris McAlister, Baltimore.

    Strong Safety -- s-Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh.

    Free Safeties -- s-Ed Reed, Baltimore; John Lynch, Denver.

    Specialists

    Punter -- Brian Moorman, Buffalo.

    Placekicker -- Nate Kaeding, San Diego.

    Kick Return Specialist -- Justin Miller, New York.

    Special Teamer -- Kassim Osgood, San Diego.
     
  2. LeBuick

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    Wished Dever had a better showing. We had a good start this season but feel apart about the 5th game.
     
  3. Nicholas25

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    Does Romo making the NFC roster show how bad the quarterback position has been in that conference this season, because as good as he had been, he has only played a little over a handful of games.
     
  4. KenH

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    No, it shows how good Tony Romo is. It's too late for this year but last night I asked my wife for a Tony Romo jersey as a Christimas present next year. :)
     
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    The best choice of all was NO TO on the roster.
     
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    He'd figure out a way to mess this up also. Can you believe all his dripped passes this year? Bad attitude + bad performance = unemployed NFL player
     
  7. PastorSBC1303

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    Yes it does show that. He wouldn't even come close to making the roster in the AFC. The NFC is just a weaker conference right now.
     
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    While Romo is playing well, I can't think of a single AFC team he'd start for right now. Well...maybe the Raiders, but heck, I could start for the Raiders at QB :)
     
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    What about these teams?

    Cleveland?

    Jacksonville?

    Houston?

    Buffalo?
     
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    As soon as I hit the send button, Cleveland came to mind. I wouldn't start Romo over Garrard on sight. Maybe Romo and Carr battle, but I don't bench Losman over Romo on sight either.
     
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    Kind of disappointed Kellen Winslow didn't make it. Even though he's a jerk, he's a talented jerk on a very bad team who is leading the league in receptions.

    BTW...I'll take Romo or Gerrard :)
     
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    I can't stand Winslow. :tongue3:
     
  13. KenH

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    The only current NFL quarterbacks that I would take at the moment over Tony Romo would be Peyton Manning and Carson Palmer.

    Looking over the next 8-10 years, though, I would choose Romo over any other quarterback currently in the NFL. I think Romo will be something special in his career.
     
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    Ken, take the Cowboy colored glasses off for a few mins and come back down to reality.

    Romo has looked really good, but it has only been a few games. You cannot put him in that class quite yet.

    Remember what the great Jerry Glanville said, the NFL stands for Not For Long. :)
     
  15. KenH

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    Why? :smilewinkgrin:

    Merry Christmas to all the Cowboys fans and anti-Cowboys folks alike. :)
     

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