The NFC and AFC Pro Bowl rosters

Posted by ttwentyman on December 27, 2011 – 10:44 pm

NFC Pro Bowl roster
*Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
Drew Brees, New Orleans
Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants
Running back
*LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia
Matt Forte, Chicago
Frank Gore, San Francisco
*John Kuhn, Green Bay
Wide receiver
*Calvin Johnson, Detroit
*Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona
Steve Smith, Carolina
Greg Jennings, Green Bay
Tight end
*Jimmy Graham, New Orleans
Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta
*Jason Peters, Philadelphia
*Joe Staley, San Francisco
Jermon Bushrod, New Orleans
*Jahri Evans, New Orleans
*Carl Nicks, New Orleans
Davin Joseph, Tampa Bay
*Ryan Kalil, Carolina
Scott Wells, Green Bay

Defensive end
*Jared Allen, Minnesota
*Jason Babin, Philadelphia
Jason Pierre-Paul, N.Y. Giants
Interior linemen
*Justin Smith, San Francisco
*Jay Ratliff, Dallas
B.J. Raji, Green Bay
Outside linebacker
*DeMarcus Ware, Dallas
*Clay Matthews, Green Bay
Lance Briggs, Chicago
Inside/middle linebacker
*Patrick Willis, San Francisco
Brian Urlacher, Chicago
*Charles Woodson, Green Bay
*Carlos Rogers, San Francisco
Charles Tillman, Chicago
Free safety
*Earl Thomas, Seattle
Dashon Goldson, San Francisco
Strong safety
*Adrian Wilson, Arizona

Andy Lee, San Francisco
David Akers, San Francisco
Kick returner
Patrick Peterson, Arizona
Special teamer
Corey Graham, Chicago

AFC Pro Bowl roster
*Tom Brady, New England
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh
Philip Rivers, San Diego
Running back
*Ray Rice, Baltimore
Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville
Arian Foster, Houston
*Vonta Leach, Baltimore
Wide receiver
*Wes Welker, New England
*Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh
A.J. Green, Cincinnati
Brandon Marshall, Miami
Tight end
*Rob Gronkowski, New England
Antonio Gates, San Diego
*Joe Thomas, Cleveland
*Jake Long, Miami
D’Brickashaw Ferguson, N.Y. Jets
*Logan Mankins, New England
*Brian Waters, New England
Marshal Yanda, Baltimore
*Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh
Nick Mangold, N.Y. Jets

Defensive end
*Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis
*Andre Carter, New England
Elvis Dumervil, Denver
Interior linemen
*Haloti Ngata, Baltimore
*Vince Wilfork, New England
Richard Seymour, Oakland
Outside linebacker
*Terrell Suggs, Baltimore
*Von Miller, Denver
Tamba Hali, Kansas City
Inside/middle linebacker
*Ray Lewis, Baltimore
Derrick Johnson, Kansas City
*Darrelle Revis, N.Y. Jets
*Champ Bailey, Denver
Johnathan Joseph, Houston
Free safety
*Ed Reed, Baltimore
Eric Weddle, San Diego
Strong safety
*Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh

Shane Lechler, Oakland
Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland
Kick returner
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh
Special teamer
Matthew Slater, New England

*Denotes starter

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8 Responses to “The NFC and AFC Pro Bowl rosters”

  1. By Stormin Norman on Dec 28, 2011 | Reply


  2. By Rick on Dec 28, 2011 | Reply

    The only reason Ndomokong Suh isn’t on this team, is because he’s double-teamed every bloody play. Other teams may not like him, because he’s an intense player, but they ABSOLUTELY respect his ability. Otherwise, they wouldn’t feel the need to double-team him. Suh is one of the premier DTs in the league. If the coaches were doing the voting, instead of it being a popularity contst, there’s no question Suh would be on this roster.

  3. By Rick on Dec 28, 2011 | Reply

    Don’t even get me started on why Eli Manning is on, and Matthew Stafford is not. Manning is a good quarterback, but he doesn’t hold a candle to Stafford. The only thing Manning has more of than Stafford is 69 more passing yards, and a larger fan base to vote for him. Stafford has 10 more touchdowns, 2 less interceptions, and his quarterback rating is 6.3 points higher. Again, if the coaches were voting, there’d be no question.

  4. By Matt-long time Lion fan on Dec 28, 2011 | Reply

    I have been turned off of All Star/Pro Bowl games for a while. The players that are voted in, are not all deserving of the title or the game. Lets call it what it is “The Fans Choice Game!” Yes Rick, Suh should be on the roster. Calvin, way to ball! I enjoyed watching Billy Sims and Barry Sanders run. I’m thankful for the moves management has made. I enjoy watching the Lions play on both sides of the ball. For the past 10 years, I’ve watched other teams laugh when they score on the Lions. They are not laughing anymore. I have no problem with the Lions running up the score or leaving an impression after a hit. The buck stopped in the Motor City when Swartz was hired! THANK YOU!

  5. By Alex Rausch on Dec 28, 2011 | Reply

    Really??? The fourth best QB in the NFL is listed behind Eli Manning, cmon what a travesty. Matt Stafford has been a stud compared to Manning also let team record speak for itself as well. He’s a Pro Bowler in all the Lions fan’s eyes!

  6. By STEVEF on Dec 29, 2011 | Reply

    Stafford was robbed!!!!!!!

  7. By Rick on Jan 6, 2012 | Reply

    Can you IMAGINE what would have happened if Barry Sanders had played with this team, with the blocking they’re FINALLY getting ???? In addition, they wouldn’t have “Mitchell the flake” at quarterback either. The Lions would have A NUMBER OF Super Bowl rings… No offensive record would be safe. I can’t believe that Brees’ record will stand very long. I mean, let’s face it… This was basically Matt’s first full season. He’ll get better and better with each season. (barring injuries…) Jim Schwartz is to be absolutely commended as well… He’s been able to overcome the “loser mind-set” on this team, where people were only doing as much as they had to do to justify their paycheck, and no more. The defense is finally tackling, and tying people’s legs up, so that they can’t get 5-8 more yards after the defensive guy gets ahold of them. Worse yet, they’d think that they could just push them off their stride and HOPE they’d fall down. Ít’s refreshing to see that the Lions are back to basics. GO LIONS !! Give New Orleans the Detroit version of Hurricane Katrina !!

  8. By Detroit Lions #1 on May 30, 2012 | Reply

    Stafford should’ve been on this team… ridiculous.

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