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2016 NFL PRO BOWL SQUAD BY POSITION

 

OFFENSE (42)

 

Wide Receiver (8)

 

Odell, Beckham (Giants)

 

Antonio Brown (Steelers)

 

Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals)

 

A.J. Green (Bengals)

 

 

DeAndre Hopkins (Texans)

 

Calvin Johnson (Lions)

 

Julio Jones (Falcons)

 

Brandon Marshall (Jets)

 

Offensive Tackle (6)

 

Jason Peters (Eagles)

 

Tyron Smith (Cowboys)

 

Joe Staley (49ers)

 

Joe Thomas (Browns)

 

Andrew Whitworth (Bengals)

 

Trent Williams (Redskins)

 

Guard (6)

 

David DeCastro (Steelers)

 

Mike Iupati (Cardinals)

 

Zack Martin (Cowboys)

 

Josh Sitton (Packers)

 

Trai Turner (Panthers)

 

Marshal Yanda (Ravens)

 

Center (4)

 

Travis Frederick (Cowboys)

 

Ryan Kalil (Panthers)

 

Alex Mack (Browns)

 

Mike Pouncey (Dolphins)

 

Tight End (4)

 

Tyler Eifert (Bengals)

 

Rob Gronkowski (Patriots)

 

Travis Kelce (Chiefs)

 

Greg Olsen (Panthers)

Quarterback (6)

 

Tom Brady (Patriots)

 

Cam Newton (Panthers)

 

Carson Palmer (Cardinals)

 

Aaron Rodgers (Packers)

 

Ben Roethlisberger (Steelers)

 

Russell Wilson (Seahawks)

 

DEFENSE (36)

 

Defensive End (6)

 

Ezekiel Ansah (Lions)

 

Michael Bennett (Seahawks)

 

Chandler Jones (Patriots)

 

Khalil Mack (Raiders)

 

J.J. Watt (Texans)

 

Muhammad Wilkerson (Jets)

 

Interior Linemen (6)

 

Geno Atkins (Bengals)

 

Calais Campbell (Cardinals)

 

Fletcher Cox (Eagles)

 

Aaron Donald (Rams)

 

Gerald McCoy (Bucs)

 

Kawann Short (Panthers)

 

Outside Linebacker (6)

 

Jamie Collins (Patriots)

 

Thomas Davis (Panthers)

 

Tamba Hali (Chiefs)

 

Justin Houston (Chiefs)

 

Von Miller (Broncos)

 

DeMarcus Ware (Broncos)

 

Inside / Middle Linebacker (4)

 

NaVorro Bowman (49ers)

 

Luke Kuechly (Panthers)

 

Clay Matthews (Packers)

 

Bobby Wagner (Seahawks)

 

Cornerback (8)

 

Malcolm Butler (Patriots)

 

Chris Harris (Broncos)

 

Josh Norman (Panthers)

 

Marcus Peters (Chiefs)

 

Patrick Peterson (Cardinals)

 

Darrelle Revis (Jets)

 

Richard Sherman (Seahawks)

 

Aqib Talib (Broncos)

 

Free Safety (3)

 

Tyrann Mathieu (Cardinals)

 

Reggie Nelson (Bengals)

 

Earl Thomas (Seahawks)

 

Strong Safety (3)

 

Eric Berry (Chiefs)

 

Kam Chancellor (Seahawks)

 

Charles Woodson (Raiders)

 

SPECIAL TEAMS (8)

 

Punter (2)

 

Sam Koch (Ravens)

 

Johnny Hekker (Rams)

 

Placekicker (2)

 

Stephen Gostkowski (Patriots)

 

Dan Bailey (Cowboys)

 

Return Specialists (2)

 

Darren Sproles (Eagles)

 

Tyler Lockett (Seahawks)

 

Special Teamer (2)

 

Matthew Slater (Patriots)

 

Justin Bethel (Cardinals)

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TE Gary Barnidge of the Browns is an alternate. He should have been named among the starters but was the victim of the Browns 3-10 season, and also was not among the top receiving Tight Ends in the past, so lacked name recognition. But he definitely earned the honor by his play on the field this season.

 

Here's the 4 who were named ahead of him and their stats.

 

Greg Olsen (Panthers) 71 catches, 1,048 yds, 7 TDs

 

Travis Kelce (Chiefs) 65 catches, 822 yds, 4 TDs

 

Rob Gronk (Patriots) 66 catches, 1,072 yds, 11TDs

 

Tyler Eifert (Bengals) 48 catches, 564 yds, 12 TDs

 

Now for Barnidge's stats...

 

Gary Barnidge (Browns) 68 catches, 930 yds, 9 TDs

 

Pretty easy to see who he should replace as per @bugatti.

 

Barnidge in, Eifert out -- sorry all you Bengals fans but Barnidge deserves it. He has the numbers and has made some of the most acrobatic catches this season and on a team that doesn't have any other receiving threats.

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Jones, Collins, Butler, Slater, Gronk, Gost, and Brady...About what I expected. Would've liked to see Ninko get the recognition, but wasn't expecting it.

 

Surprised Dalton isn't there. Assume it's due to his injury?

 

I don't think the injury had anything to do with it because a few others made it with season ending injuries. However he should have been in. If I had to guess Russell Wilson is the one that made it in over him. His great play over the last few weeks probably helped get the voters to chose him. It should have been Dalton though imo.

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TE Gary Barnidge of the Browns is an alternate. He should have been named among the starters but was the victim of the Browns 3-10 season, and also was not among the top receiving Tight Ends in the past, so lacked name recognition. But he definitely earned the honor by his play on the field this season.

 

Here's the 4 who were named ahead of him and their stats.

 

Greg Olsen (Panthers) 71 catches, 1,048 yds, 7 TDs

 

Travis Kelce (Chiefs) 65 catches, 822 yds, 4 TDs

 

Rob Gronk (Patriots) 66 catches, 1,072 yds, 11TDs

 

Tyler Eifert (Bengals) 48 catches, 564 yds, 12 TDs

 

Now for Barnidge's stats...

 

Gary Barnidge (Browns) 68 catches, 930 yds, 9 TDs

 

Pretty easy to see who he should replace as per @bugatti.

 

Barnidge in, Eifert out -- sorry all you Bengals fans but Barnidge deserves it. He has the numbers and has made some of the most acrobatic catches this season and on a team that doesn't have any other receiving threats.

 

BTW, I'd trade Eifert for Barnidge. He has more upside and is quite impressive on the field.

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Barnidge in, Eifert out -- sorry all you Bengals fans but Barnidge deserves it. He has the numbers and has made some of the most acrobatic catches this season and on a team that doesn't have any other receiving threats.

 

I feel like being on a team with several receiving threats makes Eifert's numbers look better, especially when this offense seems to sputter when he's out. It's not as though he's a bystander who is left open by default.

 

I love Kelce, but he is horrifically underused by Andy Reid in KC. He's a Pro-Bowl talent for sure, but he's not getting Pro-Bowl reps or usage there. I would put Barnidge in over him this year.

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