With the Pro Bowl list announced on Tuesday, the annual flood of most-snubbed lists and overall critiques of the selections have followed.
So of course, I’ve selected a few for your perusal.
Michael Lombardi of NFL.com lists Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch and Brandon Mebane as potential players who should have been on the list.
Elliott Harrison at NFL.com lists Green Bay’s B.J. Raji and Greg Jennings, along with San Diego’s Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates as players undeserving of an invitation to Hawaii.
Doug Farrar of Yahoo Sports lists Lynch and Seattle fullback Michael Robinson as part of his hidden Pro Bowlers.
Pete Prisco of CBS Sports publishes his Pro Bowl ballot, with Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and Brandon Browner all making the list.
Seattle defensive end Brandon Mebane tells Bob Skelton and Dave Grosby of ESPN 710 Seattle that sacks don’t always tell the story in this audio link.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com previews upcoming Seattle-San Francisco contest.
Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com writes if last impressions mean anything, North Carolina defensive end Quinton Couples could have hurt his stock with his poor performance in the Independence Bowl against Missouri. Rang has Couples going No. 15 overall to Seattle in his latest mock draft.
ESPN’s Mike Sando has Tarvaris Jackson’s stock falling and Marshawn Lynch’s stock rising in his latest NFC West stock watch.
Don Banks of Sports Illustrated has a nice review of the major storylines in NFL for 2011.
ESPN’s Jeffri Chadiha takes a look at why the playmaking tight end is back in vogue.
Tags: antonio gates, Brandon Mebane, Cbs Sports, Don Banks, Espn 710, Greg Jennings, Last Impressions, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Lombardi, Mike Sando, Nfc West, Pete Prisco, Philip Rivers, Pro Bowlers, Yahoo Sports
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