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    Pro-Bowl Standings AFC West- Dec 3rd

    http://myespn.go.com/blogs/afcwest/0...ng-update.html

    Here are the AFC West players who are currently in the top five at their respective positions:

    Quarterback


    3. Jay Cutler, Denver Broncos, 417,462

    My take: Cutler fell to third and San Diego's Philip Rivers fell out of the top five.

    Running back

    3. LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers, 351,222

    My take: Tomlinson stayed in third place despite gaining just 24 yards on the ground against the Falcons on Sunday, his second-lowest rushing output of his career.

    Wide receiver

    1. Brandon Marshall, Denver Broncos, 325,907

    My take: Marshall is leading a very strong group.

    Tight end

    1. Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City Chiefs, 297,926
    2. Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers, 270,921

    My take: Gonzalez stays in first place and he should. He is playing as well as he ever has.

    Center

    5. Nick Hardwick, San Diego Chargers, 87,736

    My take: Hardwick is barely staying in the top five.

    Cornerback

    1. Champ Bailey, Denver Broncos, 218,339
    3. Antonio Cromartie, San Diego Chargers, 145,691
    4. Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland Raiders, 140,701

    My take: Bailey has stayed atop the voting despite missing seven week with a groin injury. He should return this week and he should end back up in Hawaii.

    Kicker

    5. Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders, 60,625

    My take: Janikowski slipped from No. 4 to No. 5. That botched fake field goal against Kansas City could not have helped his cause.

    Punter

    1. Shane Lechler, Oakland Raiders, 80,796

    My take: Lechler routinely represents the Raiders in the Pro Bowl and it wouldn't be a shock if he makes it again.

    Kick returner

    1. Darren Sproles, San Diego Chargers, 101,798

    My take: Sproles is a star and he deserves to go to Hawaii, but the Jets' Leon Washington will challenge him.


    Damn, Jay is now barely in contention to make the Pro-Bowl
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    thanks for the info, where did u find the numbers? Im interested to see who is above jay on the voting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasBronco90 View Post
    thanks for the info, where did u find the numbers? Im interested to see who is above jay on the voting.
    Probley Brees and Warner since they are on course to shatter 4000 yards this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by 15thebeast View Post
    Probley Brees and Warner since they are on course to shatter 4000 yards this year
    seeing how both of those guys are in the nfc...

    its prolly farve and manning

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    They are both NFC qb's though.

    Favre would be one for sure and probably Manning or Big Ben the other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 15thebeast View Post
    Probley Brees and Warner since they are on course to shatter 4000 yards this year
    those are NFC Quarterbacks

    Brett Favre and Peyton Manning are both ahead of Cutler :salute!:




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    Come on people Vote for Ryan Clady!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hey great post. Do you have a link for the site that has current probowl vote tallies? I can't seem to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legendary30 View Post
    Come on people Vote for Ryan Clady!!!!!!!!!!!
    I cant believe Nick Hardwick is even in the convo.......he sucks

    I would send our whole O-line to Hawaii




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    Quote Originally Posted by getlynched47 View Post
    those are NFC Quarterbacks

    Brett Favre and Peyton Manning are both ahead of Cutler :salute!:
    Figured.

    Oh well, hopefully a good game against KC will bump up his votes. And don't forget, fan voting is only 1/3rd of the actual process.

    Oh and BTW, the .gif of John Lynch in your sig is hilarious. He could have intercepted that pass so easliy, it just bounces off his leg! But instead he blasts Dante Hall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoserman117 View Post
    Figured.

    Oh well, hopefully a good game against KC will bump up his votes. And don't forget, fan voting is only 1/3rd of the actual process.

    Oh and BTW, the .gif of John Lynch in your sig is hilarious. He could have intercepted that pass so easliy, it just bounces off his leg! But instead he blasts Dante Hall
    I'm glad he blasted Dante Hall instead of intercepting the stupid pass.......b/c if he intercepted it, he would not be in my sig .....................




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    And no love for CLady? Hmph!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebsoria View Post
    And no love for CLady? Hmph!
    horrible, isn't it.............




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    Quote Originally Posted by getlynched47 View Post
    Here are the AFC West players who are currently in the top five at their respective positions:

    Quarterback


    3. Jay Cutler, Denver Broncos, 417,462

    My take: Cutler fell to third and San Diego's Philip Rivers fell out of the top five.

    Running back

    3. LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers, 351,222

    My take: Tomlinson stayed in third place despite gaining just 24 yards on the ground against the Falcons on Sunday, his second-lowest rushing output of his career.

    Wide receiver

    1. Brandon Marshall, Denver Broncos, 325,907

    My take: Marshall is leading a very strong group.

    Tight end

    1. Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City Chiefs, 297,926
    2. Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers, 270,921

    My take: Gonzalez stays in first place and he should. He is playing as well as he ever has.

    Center

    5. Nick Hardwick, San Diego Chargers, 87,736

    My take: Hardwick is barely staying in the top five.

    Cornerback

    1. Champ Bailey, Denver Broncos, 218,339
    3. Antonio Cromartie, San Diego Chargers, 145,691
    4. Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland Raiders, 140,701

    My take: Bailey has stayed atop the voting despite missing seven week with a groin injury. He should return this week and he should end back up in Hawaii.

    Kicker

    5. Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders, 60,625

    My take: Janikowski slipped from No. 4 to No. 5. That botched fake field goal against Kansas City could not have helped his cause.

    Punter

    1. Shane Lechler, Oakland Raiders, 80,796

    My take: Lechler routinely represents the Raiders in the Pro Bowl and it wouldn't be a shock if he makes it again.

    Kick returner

    1. Darren Sproles, San Diego Chargers, 101,798

    My take: Sproles is a star and he deserves to go to Hawaii, but the Jets' Leon Washington will challenge him.


    Damn, Jay is now barely in contention to make the Pro-Bowl
    This is just fan votes correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJackal View Post
    This is just fan votes correct?
    yeah...the players haven't voted yet I think




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