Seahawks' Sherman Biggest Pro Bowl Snub

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The Pro Bowl selection process mostly worked this season. With a few glaring exceptions, there aren't a lot of unworthy Pro Bowl selections. The teams aren't perfect, but they are much closer than usual.

While going through the AFC and NFC rosters for the biggest snubs, I kept one thing in mind: You can only call some player a snub if you take someone at the same position off the roster.

Drew Brees, for instance, sure looks like a Pro Bowler. But to make the case he's a huge snub, you also have to make the case that Read Full Article »

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