NFL 2017-18 Pro Bowl Snubs

pro bowlChris Kirksey LB (Cleveland Browns)
Kirksey currently is ranked fourth in the NFL for total tackles with 123. He currently has a total of 3.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles. Kirksey is one of the best line backers in the league and definitely should’ve made a pro bowl roster this season.

Jordan Howard RB (Chicago Bears)
Jordan Howard is currently number four in the league for rushing yards with a total of 1,069 on the season. Howard has scored seven rushing touchdowns this year and also racked up a total of 120 receiving yards. He is easily the Bears best player and it is a shame he is not even an alternate this season.

Tre’Davious White CB (Buffalo Bills)
This one is really easy. White has a total of four interceptions, 18 passes defended, and a combined 57 tackles. He also is a strong rookie of the year candidate.

Chris Harris Jr. CB (Denver Broncos)
Harris is one of the leagues best cornerbacks. He is a very unique player as he can lineup at the slot or on the outside and play great in both areas. Harris has been to three pro bowl’s in his career and should’ve been in this years.

Oakland Raiders
Nobody got snubbed, All players selected were worthy.

Chris Jones P (Dallas Cowboys)
Jones has allowed the fewest punt return yards through 14 games and has allowed only three touchbacks.

Arizona Cardinals
Nobody got snubbed, All players selected were worthy.

Melvin Ingram DE (Los Angeles Chargers)
This is one of the biggest snubs. Ingram was selected as a first alternate, but deserves a starting spot in my opinion. He has ten sacks, 51 tackles, and one forced fumble. He has caused havoc for any lineman put in his way this season.

New York Jets
No players selected an no players worthy for a spot in the Pro Bowl.

Jarvis Landry WR (Miami Dolphins)
Landry has balled out this season. He is just short of 100 receptions currently with 98, he’s scored eight touchdowns and has a total of 844 receiving yards. Landry not being selected for the pro bowl is already bad enough, but him not even being an alternate is ridiculous.

Leonard Fournette RB (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Fournette has missed a few games this year due to injuries, but he still is on pace for having a 1,000 rushing season in his rookie year which is amazing. He has scored a total of eight touchdowns. Fournette is a rookie of the year candidate and should be a pro bowler.

Doug Baldwin WR (Seattle Seahawks)
Under star quarterback Russell Wilson, Dog Baldwin has had a great year stat wise. He racked up 67 receptions for 866 yards and five touchdowns. Baldwin would be a good alternative receiver for the NFC team.

Brandin Cooks WR (New England Patriots)
Cooks is playing amazing under Brady. He is just short of having a 1,000 receiving yard season as he currently has 984 yards. Cooks also has scored a total of six touchdowns and has come up clutch multiple times for the Patriots.

Cameron Heyward DE (Pittsburgh Steelers)
This one is mind boggling. With Ryan Shazier out, Heyward is clearly the best defensive player on the Steelers. He is the first Steeler to rack up 10 sacks. Yes the Defensive Line position is stacked in the Pro Bowl, but Heyward still should be on a roster.

Alex Smith QB (Kansas City Chiefs)
Before the Chiefs began there midseason slump, Alex Smith was an MVP candidate. Smith has thrown 3,738 yards and 25 touchdowns this season. He also has the number one passer rating with a rating of 105.4. It is a shame Smith won’t be included in this years Pro Bowl.

Julius Peppers DE (Caronlina Panthers)
Ten sacks, two forced fumbles, and 30 tackles. Peppers should’ve been selected to the NFC team.

Kwon Alexander LB (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Alexander was named a third alternate for the NFC team. Alexander has 78 combined tackles, two interceptions, and one forced fumble.

Davante Adams WR (Green Bay Packers)
Without Aaron Rodgers, Adams became Brett Hundley’s go to receiver. He has 885 yards and is second in the NFL with ten touchdowns.

San Franscisco 49ers
Fullback Kyle Juszcyk was the only 49er selected this year. No other player was worthy of being selected.

Deion Jones LB (Atlanta Falcons)
118 tackles and two interceptions, Jones should at least be an alternate.

Houston Texans
Nobody got snubbed, All players selected were worthy.

Washington Redskins
Nobody got snubbed, All players selected were worthy.

Marvin Jones Jr. WR (Detroit Lions)
Marvin Jones has had his breakout year and proved himself to be an elite receiver. He also was a big help to my fantasy team this year. Jones currently has eight touchdowns with 970 recieving yards and is just short of having 1,000 yard season.

Matthew Judon LB (Baltimore Ravens)
Now I don’t think Judon is worthy of the starting lineup, but I think he should’ve at least been an alternate. He has seven sacks, two forced fumbles, and 54 combined tackles.

Brandon Graham DE (Philadelphia Eagles)
Graham has two forced fumbles, 43 combined tackles, and a career high 9.5 sacks. He is arguably the biggest reason why the Eagles have such a good rushing defense.

Indianapolis Colts
The Colts had no players selected and none of there players got snubbed.

Harrison Smith S (Minnesota Vikings)
Nobody really understands how this happened. Smith is arguably the best safety in the league and I am utterly confused as to why he was not selected.

Wesley Woodyard LB (Tennessee Titans)
Woodyard has had an outstanding season with five sacks, 116 combined tackles, and four pass deflections. The AFC is stacked at the linebacker position which is most likely why he was not selected.
Carlos Dunlap DE (Cincinnati Bengals)
Not worthy of a starting position, but could’ve been a good alternate. Dunlap has 5.5 sacks, one forced fumble, and 41 combined tackles.

New Orleans Saints
The Saints had a total of six players selected to the Pro Bowl this year. There are some players that could be in the conversation for a Pro Bowl selection, but none that have outstanding stats.

Jared Goff QB (Los Angeles Rams)
This is the biggest snub of them all. 24 touchdowns, 3,503 yards, and a QB rating of 98.9. Goff should be an MVP candidate and most definitely been selected to a Pro Bowl team.
~ Dylan

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