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Pro Bowl Announced - 8 make it (most in NFL); 9 get alts


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  1. 1. Pick one

    • Javon Hargrave
    • Josh Sweat
    • James Bradberry
    • DeVonta Smith
    • Jordan Mailata
    • Other

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8 Pro Bowlers announced / 9 alts

  • Jalen Hurts
  • AJ Brown
  • Jason Kelce
  • Lane Johnson 
  • Landon Dickerson
  • Miles Sanders
  • Haason Reddick
  • Slay


also 9 alternates were announced 

  • Javon Hargrave
  • James Bradberry
  • Jordan Mailata 
  • Isaac Seumalo
  • DeVonta Smith
  • Rick Lovato
  • Brandon Graham
  • Josh Sweat
  • Fletcher Cox
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7 hours ago, EaglesPeteC said:

Mailata has been more up and down this year.

I am most surprised by Hargrave

Mailata has been pretty great since that awful Texans game.

Definitely had his struggles at times during the first half of the year. Didn't expect him to get in.

Definitely wanted Hargrave to get in, but the way they do the voting is stupid like there is 6 interior DTs in, but like 12 edge players cause they spread them into LB and DL. You could maybe argue Hargrave against the other NFC DTs, but Aaron Donald, Dexter Lawrence, and Jon Allen are all really deserving. 

The players and coaches kept him out as they count for the other 2/3rds of the vote. 

7 hours ago, Danger said:

Landon Dickerson made it but not Mailata?

Yeah man. Landon making it was weird to me like he might be our worst lineman this year which really isn't an insult. 

It's one of the guards I think. Seumalo has been more consistent of the two, but Dickerson makes the flashier/nastier blocks.

He even said this during the year lol.

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1 hour ago, Nabbs4u said:

Here's hoping not a single GD Eagle snubbed or chosen plays in the Pro Bowl. 🥃



No one knew it at the time, but the 2022 Pro Bowl was the last Pro Bowl that will be played in quite awhile.

The NFL announced Monday that it's doing away with the Pro Bowl in its current form, which has been played since 1951, and will replace it with The Pro Bowl Games, a week of skills competitions that will end with a flag football game.


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