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QB- Michael Vick
RB- Adrian Peterson
FB- Heath Evans
WR- Roddy White
TE- Tony Gonzalez
T- Chad Clifton
G- Josh Sitton
C- Shaun O'Hara
DT- Ndamukong Suh
OLB- Clay Matthews
ILB- Brian Urlacher
CB- Charles Woodson
FS- Antrel Rolle
SS- LaRon Landry
K- David Akers
P- Ben Graham
Ret- Devin Hester
ST- Heath Farwell
Don't care about the AFC, someone else can post it.
LOL @ Chad Clifton and Charles Woodson being the top vote-getters at their position. I don't know how Clifton got all those votes. He's wearing down and might not make it that long being able to walk.
And Woodson isn't even the Packers best CB anymore. Tramon Williams covers a lot better than Woodson.
I'm happy for Chuck, but still, Tramon has been better for sure.
Mike Wallace, Maurkice Pouncey, Casey Hampton, James Harrison, Lawrence Timmons, Troy Polamalu all have good chances.
Out of them i would say, Harrison, Timmons and Polamalu make it in.
I'll be suprised if Timmons gets in over Mayo. Mayo has been putting up a ton of tackles, and is going to get a lot of votes.
I'd really love to see some Mike Wallace love get him into the Pro Bowl. He really has had a great season. He's 5th in the league in receiving with over 1100 yards, and has 9 touchdowns. There's a lot of good AFC receivers, I would think Wayne and Bowe are certainly going to make it, but I'd love to see Wallace get in.
Troy and Harrison should be locks. Hampton is iffy, Wilfork definitely deserves a spot more. I think Timmons earned it more than Mayo, but I think Lewis and Mayo get the bids. Pouncey and Wallace I think could get left out because of the fan vote and the fact that other players have reputations behind them.
Pretty much another linebacker, extremely underwhelming in pass coverage but from what I have seen (I haven't watched every Texans game) he seems to be laying the lumber and playing well to decent against the run.