Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Reading the coverage: Snub debate edition
By Paul Kuharsky
In reviewing Pro Bowl snubs, Pete Prisco mentioned David Stewart, Antoine Bethea and Matt Schaub.
The Texans send a team-record four players to the Pro Bowl and Schaub is a second alternate, says John McClain.
He’s in, but Mario Williams has not had a Pro Bowl season, opines McClain.
If things break right, the Texans and Patriots could play again next week in a first-round playoff game, says Dan Graziano.
Some thoughts on the Patriots, from Alan Burge.
When resting players impacts your team, you can’t have it both ways, says Battle Red Blog.
Dallas Clark is finally a Pro Bowler, one of six Colts elected to the AFC squad, says Mike Chappell.
Gary Brackett and Bethea should have made it, says Clifton Brown.
Fans are still fuming, writes Phil Richards.
A final look at an unresolvable conflict, from John Oehser.
The Colts failed their fans, says Rick Gosselin.
Potential pitfalls, from Deshawn Zombie.
The Colts’ decision will be debated for a long time, says McClain.
Maurice Jones-Drew ended a two-year Pro Bowl drought for Jacksonville, says Michael C. Wright.
Mike Thomas rates his rookie season as “OK,” says Wright.
Are the Jags the most mediocre team of the decade? Front Office Fans thinks so. Hat tip to Big Cat Country for the link.
Chris Johnson is the Titans’ lone Pro Bowler, says Gary Estwick.
A little attention for the Titans’ offensive line, from David Climer.
Michael Roos should be in the Pro Bowl ahead of Jake Long, says Shutdown Corner.
Five things Jim Wyatt knows: Like the Chargers, the Seahawks have always been a struggle for Jeff Fisher.
Music City Miracle’s links post gets a mention because of its clever headline that provided me a late-morning laugh.