Clay Matthews and Jordy Nelson celebrated with each other after Nelson scored a touchdown in the second quarter of the Pro Bowl. This wouldn’t be noteworthy, except they were on different teams.
Not that we or you really give a rat’s ass, but the Green Bay Packers got two more Pro Bowlers. Randall Cobb and Sam Shields made it as replacements for two guys who aren’t playing.
The Green Bay Packers have five Pro Bowlers, but here are four guys who got jobbed and why. You might be surprised who we consider the Packers’ biggest Pro Bowl snub.
The Pro Bowl is a sham, but that doesn’t stop the NFL from playing the game. Today, the 2014 Pro Bowlers were announced and the Green Bay Packers have five of them.
The 2013 Pro Bowl was Sunday and as usual, we didn’t pay any attention. That is, until we heard about this. Here’s video of the highlight of the Pro Bowl.
The Pro Bowl is this weekend. Sweet! Before we sit down to enjoy this great game, let us count the ways it’s a complete joke one more time. They are many.
Green Bay Packers guard Josh Sitton gets to go to the Pro Bowl as a replacement for San Francisco’s Mike Iupati. One of the worst offensive lines in the NFL now has two Pro Bowlers.
We’re not sure why you’d consider watching the Pro Bowl, but you now have one less reason to do so — Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is pulling out.
Three Green Bay Packers made the Pro Bowl, including a guy who got benched last week. We tell you who they are along with who got snubbed.
The NFL is thinking about canceling the Pro Bowl again. Good riddance is what we would say.
We hate the Pro Bowl for a number of reasons. Apparently, the NFL is beginning to agree. Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league is considering canceling the game. Good riddance. Here’s our solution.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers confirmed what we already knew — the Pro Bowl is a joke. Rodgers says some of his teammates weren’t giving their full effort during the game.
The Green Bay Packers have seven Pro Bowlers on the NFC roster. Here’s who made it, what we think of it, who didn’t deserve to go and who may have gotten the snub.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams made the Pro Bowl after all. Although many saw Williams as one of the biggest snubs when the Pro Bowl rosters were announced, Williams, who was a first alternate, has been added to the NFC roster because the Philadelphia Eagles Asante Samuel cannot play due to injury. Tramon had […]
Five members of the Green Bay Packers made the Pro Bowl. Despite appearing in the NFL’s Pro Bowl ad, quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not one of them. The Packers who will make the trip to Hawaii are receiver Greg Jennings, tackle Chad Clifton, linebacker Clay Matthews, cornerback Charles Woodson and safety Nick Collins. Collins, Woodson […]
The Minnesota Vikings continued their long history of classy behavior over the weekend when tackle Bryant McKinnie, who had no business being in the game anyway, got kicked off the NFC Pro Bowl squad. How does one do such a thing? Well, skipping practice and not telling anyone is a good start. McKinnie blamed his […]
If you’ve been looking for reasons to watch the Pro Bowl this weekend, you’ve probably realized there aren’t a lot. None of the Colts or Saints will play. A lot of the top-tier players have dropped out with injuries – Tom Brady, Brett Favre, Larry Fitzgerald, Steven Jackson and Charles Woodson, to name a few. […]
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Every year there are guys who get elected to the Pro Bowl who don’t deserve to be there. Every year there are guys who are more deserving who get left off the squad. The Green Bay Packers have three deserving Pro Bowlers in Aaron Rodgers, Charles Woodson and Nick Collins, but they also have two […]
In what was about as good a showing as could have been expected, three members of the Green Bay Packers were named to the NFC Pro Bowl squad, on Tuesday. They are cornerback Charles Woodson, safety Nick Collins and quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Woodson, who is making his sixth trip, is the lone Packers starter. This […]