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    Well, we'll find out today which Steelers will be going to the Pro Bowl... The NFL will announce the rosters later today...

    According to James Walker's ESPN blog, here are the candidates from the Steelers:

    Troy Polamalu, S, 62 tackles, six interceptions, one sack
    James Harrison, OLB, 94 tackles, 11 sacks, two interceptions
    Rashard Mendenhall, RB, 1,237 yards, 11 touchdowns
    Lawrence Timmons, ILB, 126 tackles, three sacks, two interceptions
    Mike Wallace, WR, 53 receptions, 1,152 yards, nine touchdowns
    LaMarr Woodley, 48 tackles, 8.5 sacks, two interceptions, one touchdown
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    .... Pro Bowl players will be announced at 7p.m. tonight.
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    What, no Pouncey ?

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    What, no Pouncey ?
    Apparently not... While we love him as a stellar rookie in Pgh, he's probably not on the list as the "best" just yet... He will be soon, though.
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    Steelers Pro Bowl selections.....

    Pouncey
    Harrison
    Polamalu

    .......... That's it....... Pretty disappointing.......
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    Interesting only one offensive player was selected and he is a rookie.
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    Lawrence Timmons, ILB, 126 tackles, three sacks, two interceptions


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    Steelers Pro Bowl selections.....

    Pouncey
    Harrison
    Polamalu

    .......... That's it....... Pretty disappointing.......
    Pouncey made it? That's ****ing incredible!!!
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    Pouncey made it? That's ****ing incredible!!!
    no, unfortunately Pouncey did not make it...he was only named as an alternate behind Nick Mangold and Jeff Saturday.


    AFC
    Quarterbacks (3): Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Matt Cassel

    Analysis: It's hard to leave Philip Rivers out, but Cassel has led his team to a division title and only threw five interceptions. Coming back 11 days after an appendectomy sold me on him as the third QB.

    Running backs (3): Arian Foster, Maurice Jones-Drew, Peyton Hillis

    Analysis: Tough to leave Chris Johnson out with his 11 rushing touchdowns but Foster has 14 on the ground, Jones-Drew carried the Jaguars on his back and Hillis was a one-man wrecking crew for the Browns. I judged this season on its own merits.

    Fullback (1): Le'Ron McClain

    Analysis: The Ravens' fullback is an old-school blocker with run skills. He sets the tempo for the offense as a rough, tough group. He will play a bigger role in the playoffs than in the regular season.

    Wide receivers (4): Andre Johnson, Reggie Wayne, Dwayne Bowe, Brandon Lloyd

    Analysis: Johnson and Wayne are the cream of the crop. It's tough to leave Wes Welker, the best slot receiver in the NFL, off the roster but Lloyd totally reinvented himself and Bowe is the AFC's touchdown machine.

    Tight ends (2): Antonio Gates, Marcedes Lewis

    Analysis: Gates is the most dangerous tight end in the game and has to be double covered. Lewis is an emerging star who became a red-zone nightmare for opponents.

    Offensive tackles (3): Ryan Clady, Jake Long, Joe Thomas

    Analysis: The AFC clearly has the best tackles in the NFL. If Cincinnati's Andrew Whitworth was in the NFC, he would easily make the Pro Bowl. These tackles never get any help in their pass protection and are good run blockers.

    Offensive guards (3): Logan Mankins, Ben Grubbs, Robert Gallery

    Analysis: Mankins came in late but quickly went back to the top of the list. Gallery wasn't a good tackle but he is a fine guard. The Raiders' second-ranked rushing attack follows his lead.

    Centers (2): Nick Mangold, Jeff Saturday

    Analysis: Most of the nose tackles in the AFC tell me Mangold is the best center in the league. Saturday runs all the protections for Peyton Manning and he often is changing things with seconds to go before the snap.

    Defensive ends (3): Mario Williams, Dwight Freeney, Haloti Ngata

    Analysis: Some consider Ngata a defensive tackle but he can play anywhere on the line and be effective. Williams and Freeney are elite pass rushers that see double teams all game long.

    Defensive tackles (3): Richard Seymour, Kyle Williams, Antonio Garay

    Analysis: Seymour is a dominating, athletic type. Williams is a one-man show for the Bills and consistently beats the double team. Garay is a virtual unknown, but anchors the nose for the Chargers' first-ranked defense.

    Inside linebackers (2): Ray Lewis, Karlos Dansby

    Analysis: Hard to leave a Steeler linebacker off, but Lewis is as good as ever and Dansby led Miami to the third-ranked defense.

    Outside linebackers (3): Cameron Wake, James Harrison, Tamba Hali

    Analysis: The AFC is loaded with 3-4 teams and a number of outside backers didn't make the list that should have. This trio has 37 sacks between them.

    Cornerbacks (3): Nnamdi Asomugha, Darrelle Revis, Devin McCourty

    Analysis: All three of these guys can play man coverage and will tackle. McCourty is a rookie, but leads the Patriots with six interceptions.

    Safeties (3): Troy Polamalu, Ed Reed, Eric Berry

    Analysis: Polamalu and Reed are elite and considered game changers. Berry is a rookie with four interceptions and the range to cover the field.

    Punter (1): Shane Lechler

    Analysis: The perennial Pro Bowler is averaging 47 yards per attempt with a net of 40.6 yards.

    Kicker (1): Adam Vinatieri

    Analysis: He doesn't have the big leg like Sebastian Janikowski but he is deadly accurate.

    Returner (1): Marc Mariani

    Analysis: The Titans' rookie will most likely lose this spot to Josh Cribbs, but Mariani is the workhorse of the AFC. He has 25 punt returns for 322 yards and a touchdown as well as 56 kick returns for 1,411 yards and a score. No one in the NFL has 1,734 return yards.


    NFC

    Quarterbacks (3): Michael Vick, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees

    Analysis: Vick is a great story and the best is yet to come. Rodgers is as beautiful a passer as there is in the NFL. Drew Brees is the defending Super Bowl champion. It is a shame Matt Ryan didn't make this list because he belongs in the Pro Bowl.

    Running backs (3): Adrian Peterson, Michael Turner, Steven Jackson

    Analysis: The NFC runners are all power backs who can handle 20-25 carries a game.

    Fullback (1): Ovie Mughelli

    Analysis: The blocking back is a workhorse who sets the tone for the Falcons' inside run game and has made a few critical receptions in close games.

    Wide receivers (4): Roddy White, Larry Fitzgerald, Calvin Johnson, DeSean Jackson

    Analysis: White will finish the season with close to 110 receptions and the most receiving yards in the NFL. Fitzgerald and Johnson put up big numbers on poor offenses and there's no telling what their production would be with an elite QB. Jackson is a big play waiting to happen.

    Tight ends (2): Jason Witten, Tony Gonzalez

    Analysis: Both guys can beat any linebacker, always draw safety coverage when they are flexed and are effective blockers. Witten could crack the 100-reception mark and Gonzalez is headed to the Hall of Fame.

    Offensive tackles (3): Tyson Clabo, Jordan Gross, Chad Clifton

    Analysis: Clabo is a rough-and-tumble type, Gross never gets any help over on the left side and Clifton is steady.

    Guards (3): Harvey Dahl, Chris Snee, Jahri Evans

    Analysis: The NFC guards are all really physical and can stop a big defensive tackle or get up on a linebacker.

    Centers (2): Ryan Kalil, Olin Kreutz

    Analysis: Kalil is the most athletic center in the NFL and Kreutz is still one of the toughest players in the league.

    Defensive ends (3): Julius Peppers, John Abraham, Justin Tuck

    Analysis: There are others worthy of a spot here, but Peppers has changed Chicago's defense, Abraham has the production he had two years ago and Tuck is so versatile.

    Defensive tackles (3): Ndamukong Suh, Sedrick Ellis, Kevin Williams

    Analysis: Suh isn't just the best rookie defensive tackle, he's the best tackle period! He will be headed to the Pro Bowl for the next 10 years. He reminds me of a young Reggie White. Ellis is a leverage player and Williams can anchor the point or penetrate.

    Inside linebackers (2): Brian Urlacher, Patrick Willis

    Analysis: Urlacher still has great range and is the leader of the Bear defense. Willis is a tackling machine who always records close to 150 stops a year.


    Outside linebackers (3): Brian Orakpo, Clay Mathews, DeMarcus Ware

    Analysis: All three of these guys get after the quarterback and can drop into coverage. The three of them have generated 33.5 sacks.

    Cornerbacks (3): Asante Samuel, Aqib Talib, Tramon Williams

    Analysis: Each has good size, man-to-man skills and should finish with 20-plus interceptions.

    Safeties (3): LaRon Landry, Earl Thomas, Antrel Rolle

    Analysis: Thomas is only a rookie but he can matchup with any wide receiver or play the deep middle. Landry only played nine games, but can come in the box and play the run as well as Rolle and both can play a deep half.

    Punter (1): Donnie Jones

    Analysis: The Rams' punter is averaging 45.6 yards on 85 punts. He has also placed 30 punts inside the 20-yard line and has been a critical piece to the resurgence in St. Louis.

    Kicker (1): David Akers

    Analysis: He leads the NFC in points scored and has made 30 field goals.

    Return man (1): Devin Hester

    Analysis: He is the most dangerous return man in the game. He averages 17.1 yards per punt return.

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    no, unfortunately Pouncey did not make it...he was only named as an alternate behind Nick Mangold and Jeff Saturday.
    Hmmm.... Interesting.... Saturday is not listed on this roster list from the same website, nor do I find him on any other listing.... The article you posted was how Pat Kirwan voted, not what the results were....

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    Nick Mangold, N.Y. Jets
    Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh

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    you are right NKy and I am wrong, probably won't be the last time that happens!

    I feel much better now because no way does Jeff Saturday deserve to make the Pro Bowl over Maurkice Pouncey.

    and oh yeah, here's to you Pat Kirwan...


    Tom Brady, Michael Vick lead 2011 Pro Bowl rosters

    Posted by Michael David Smith on December 28, 2010


    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Eagles quarterback Michael Vick have been chosen as the AFC and NFC starters in this year’s Pro Bowl, the NFL has announced.

    The backup Pro Bowl quarterbacks are Phillip Rivers and Peyton Manning for the AFC, and Matt Ryan and Drew Brees for the NFC. We’re sure we’ll hear from many Packers fans complaining that Aaron Rodgers was snubbed.

    Maurice Jones-Drew of the Jaguars is the starting AFC running back, with Atlanta’s Michael Turner as the starter for the NFC. The starting receivers are Houston’s Andre Johnson, Reggie Wayne of the Colts, Detroit’s Calvin Johnson and Roddy White of the Falcons.

    Among the other notable names are Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, an NFC starter as a rookie.

    The Falcons had the most Pro Bowlers of any team, with seven. The Patriots were next with six. Surprisingly, the Cowboys had five Pro Bowlers — which matches the number of wins they’ve had this season. The Seahawks, who still have a chance of making the playoffs, have no Pro Bowlers.

    Full rosters are below.


    AFC
    Quarterback
    * Tom Brady, New England
    Philip Rivers, San Diego
    Peyton Manning, Indianapolis

    Running back
    * Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville
    Arian Foster, Houston
    Jamaal Charles, Kansas City

    Fullback
    * Vonta Leach, Houston

    Wide receiver
    * Andre Johnson, Houston
    * Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis
    Brandon Lloyd, Denver
    Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City

    Tight end
    * Antonio Gates, San Diego
    Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonville

    Tackle
    * Jake Long, Miami
    * Joe Thomas, Cleveland
    D’Brickashaw Ferguson, N.Y. Jets

    Guard
    * Kris Dielman, San Diego
    * Logan Mankins, New England
    Brian Waters, Kansas City

    Center
    * Nick Mangold, N.Y. Jets
    Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh


    Defensive end
    * Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis
    * Robert Mathis, Indianapolis
    Jason Babin, Tennessee

    Interior linemen
    * Haloti Ngata, Baltimore
    * Vince Wilfork, New England
    Richard Seymour, Oakland

    Outside linebacker
    * James Harrison, Pittsburgh

    * Cameron Wake, Miami
    Terrell Suggs, Baltimore

    Inside/midde linebacker
    * Ray Lewis, Baltimore
    Jerod Mayo, New England

    Cornerback
    * Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland
    * Darrelle Revis, N.Y. Jets
    Devin McCourty, New England

    Free safety
    * Ed Reed, Baltimore
    Brandon Meriweather, New England

    Strong safety
    * Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh

    Punter
    Shane Lechler, Oakland

    Placekicker
    Billy Cundiff, Baltimore

    Kick returner
    Marc Mariani, Tennessee

    Special teamer
    Montell Owens, Jacksonville

    NFC
    Quarterback
    * Michael Vick, Philadelphia
    Matt Ryan, Atlanta
    Drew Brees, New Orleans

    Running back
    * Michael Turner, Atlanta
    Adrian Peterson, Minnesota
    Steven Jackson, St. Louis

    Fullback
    * Ovie Mughelli, Atlanta

    Wide receiver
    * Roddy White, Atlanta
    * Calvin Johnson, Detroit
    DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia
    Greg Jennings, Green Bay

    Tight end
    * Jason Witten, Dallas
    Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta

    Tackle
    * Jason Peters, Philadelphia
    * Jordan Gross, Carolina
    Chad Clifton, Green Bay

    Guard
    * Jahri Evans, New Orleans
    *Chris Snee, N.Y. Giants
    Carl Nicks, New Orleans

    Center
    * Andre Gurode, Dallas
    Shaun O’Hara, N.Y. Giants

    Defensive end
    * Julius Peppers, Chicago
    * John Abraham, Atlanta
    Justin Tuck, N.Y. Giants

    Interior linemen
    * Ndamukong Suh, Detroit
    * Jay Ratliff, Dallas
    Justin Smith, San Francisco

    Outside linebacker
    * Clay Matthews, Green Bay
    * DeMarcus Ware, Dallas
    Lance Briggs, Chicago

    Inside/midde linebacker
    * Patrick Willis, San Francisco
    Brian Urlacher, Chicago

    Cornerback
    * Asante Samuel, Philadelphia
    * Charles Woodson, Green Bay
    DeAngelo Hall, Washington

    Free safety
    * Nick Collins, Green Bay
    Antrel Rolle, N.Y. Giants

    Strong safety
    * Adrian Wilson, Arizona

    Punter
    Mat McBriar, Dallas

    Placekicker
    David Akers, Philadelphia

    Kick returner
    Devin Hester, Chicago

    Special teamer
    Eric Weems, Atlanta

    * indicates starter

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    you are right NKy and I am wrong, probably won't be the last time that happens!
    Ugh.... I hope I'm not always right.... It ruins my rep as a dumbass....

    .... I'm just glad Pouncey is in there....
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    Ugh.... I hope I'm not always right.... It ruins my rep as a dumbass....

    .... I'm just glad Pouncey is in there....

    don't worry, I'm sure the next time we disagree that you'll be wrong...

    and I'm very glad to see Pouncey in there...I don't even want to think about what another year of Justin Hartwig at center would have looked like.

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    Steelers send three players to Pro Bowl
    Pouncey, Harrison and Polamalu get the vote
    Tuesday, December 28, 2010
    By Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
    J. Meric/Getty ImagesSteelers center Maurkice Pouncey was named to the Pro Bowl as a rookie.Maurkice Pouncey has been compared to two of the great centers in Steelers history and now he's accomplished something neither Dermontti Dawson nor Hall of Famer Mike Webster ever achieved.

    Pouncey made the Pro Bowl as a rookie.

    He is one of three Steelers voted to the NFL's all-star game, joining two multiple Pro Bowlers, linebacker James Harrison and safety Troy Polamalu. Harrison will start for the fourth straight time, and Polamalu, a six-time selection, will make his fifth start. Pouncey made it as the No. 2 center for the AFC team that will play in Honolulu Jan. 30.

    The Steelers, though, hope none of their players gets to play in the Pro Bowl because the those from the two Super Bowl teams, which play Feb. 6, will not participate.

    Pouncey became the first Steelers rookie to make the Pro Bowl since linebacker Kendrell Bell made it for the 2001 season and the first Steelers rookie offensive linemen to do so since since tackle Frank Varrichione for the 1955 season. Pouncey is the first rookie to start every game since Bell.

    He also continues a grand tradition at the center position for the Steelers. Starting in the 1978 season, when Webster made his first of nine Pro Bowls, the Steelers have placed centers in 19 Pro Bowls. Dawson made seven, Jeff Hartings two and Pouncey one.

    If no Steelers are added to the Pro Bowl as alternates, it will tie their fewest selections in a decade or since they had one for the 2000 season. Four Steelers were Pro Bowlers last season but only Harrison repeated. The others from last year were casey Hampton, Heath Miller and LaMarr Woodley.

    The disappointments for the Steelers will be for those they feel were deserving and did not make the Pro Bowl.

    Despite having the NFL's No. 2 overall defense and by far its best defense against the run, the Steelers' top two tacklers did not make it -- Lawrence Timmons and James Farrior, who also has six sacks. And even though he leads the conference with an average of 20.2 yards per catch, ranks fourth with 1,152 yards and tied for fourth with nine touchdown catches, Mike Wallace did not make the Pro Bowl.


    For more on the Steelers, read the blog, Ed Bouchette On the Steelers at www.post-gazette.com/plus. Ed Bouchette can be reached at ebouchette@post-gazette.com.





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    Wow ! that is just great and truly impressive that a rookie makes the pro bowl at center.
    I thought Mendenhall was on track to make the pro bowl at the start but, I still think Mendy and many other Steelers do not get the love.

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