Thursday, December 27, 2012
Poll: Biggest AFC East Pro Bowl snub
By James Walker
The Pro Bowl rosters are in, and there are several players in the AFC East who should not be happy Thursday.
In our latest poll question, we want to know who is the biggest Pro Bowl snub?
The Miami Dolphins have three players who should have received strong consideration. Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake made the Pro Bowl. But teammates Mike Pouncey, punter Brandon Fields and safety Reshad Jones all had good seasons.
Pouncey was a stud in his second season. He was a big reason for rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill's rapid development. Fields has been underrated for years, and Jones came on strong in the second half of the season.
Were any of these Dolphins the biggest Pro Bowl snub in the AFC East?
The Buffalo Bills were the only division team without a Pro Bowl player. Their best two candidates are dynamic tailback C.J. Spiller and playmaking safety Jairus Byrd.
Spiller was big time when he got enough opportunities. Byrd was the only consistent playmaker for Buffalo's defense. Is one of these Buffalo players the biggest Pro Bowl snub?
Using our SportsNation poll, vote on the biggest Pro Bowl snub in the AFC East. You can also share your thoughts in the comment section below.