Sunday, December 29, 2013

Packers shut out of Pro Bowl for first time since 2005

Earlier this weekend, this year's Pro Bowlers were quietly announced, with the Packers not getting any of their players selected for the first time since 2005. Now I guess that's not surprising, seeing as playmakers Aaron Rodgers, Jermichael Finley, and Randall Cobb have all missed a lot of time this season, but still, you'd think they'd get somebody on due to their popularity. 

Take baseball for example. Derek Jeter, in recent seasons, hasn't done anything meaningful for the Yankees, yet every year gets the most votes to play shortstop for the AL team. So yea, why wasn't Rodgers voted on? He's considered a super star, isn't he?

1 comment:

Jack Niemuth said...

Some Gameday News: Cobb and Lacy are likely to play today