Who Were The Biggest Snubs For The 2010 Pro Bowl?
Randy Moss - I know I'm a little biased, but for me, this list starts and ends with Moss. He's tied for 7th in the conference in receptions, 5th in yards, and most importantly he has a substantial lead over the rest of the AFC in touchdown receptions with 13. Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark and Brandon Marshall are all tied for 2nd with 10.
Tony Gonzalez - Vernon Davis is a lock, but I think Tony G. should have gotten the spot over Jason Witten. Witten has 8 more catches and 117 more yards, but Gonzalez leads in the more important categories... like scoring points and moving the chains. He has 6 TD's, to Witten's 1, and he leads Witten in first down receptions, 53-44. Those numbers are far more important, in my mind.
Matt Schaub - Also as a Patriots fan, I just don't feel right about Tom Brady getting the Pro Bowl spot over Schaub. The Texans QB leads the entire NFL in passing yards, and has a higher completion percentage and QB rating than Brady, as well. Most importantly, Brady has failed the "eye test" for me. I know his numbers are good, but he really hasn't been that stellar this year.
London Fletcher - It's hard to argue against Patrick Willis or Jonathon Vilma, but Fletcher seems like a consistent snub. He has been a very good player for years, but has never made a Pro Bowl. I think he could have been a borderline pick over Vilma.
The Cincinnati Bengals - Injuries to Cedric Benson and Antwan Odom definitely played a part. If both had stayed healthy throughout the season, I'm pretty sure they would have gotten a spot. But even still, it's hard to believe the 10-5 Cowboys deserved 6 spots, and the Bengals got zero. Something doesn't add up there.
Those are my biggest snubs... who do you think should be added to the list?