2009 Pro Bowl rosters

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  • 3 Packers made it: Rodgers, Collins and Woodson. I’d have to say that’s probably fair.
  • I do think Clay Matthews could easily replace  OLB Brian Orakpo from the Redskins, who made it. Matthews had 10 sacks, Orakpo had 11. Matthews had 51 total tackles, Orakpo 48. Matthews had 3 forced fumbles, Orakpo 1. Matthews had 1 TD, Orakpo (and interestingly, almost every other top flight LB) had zero. While I’m not sure either Matthews or Orakpo should have made it, I do know that Matthews had better stats than Brian Orakpo.
  • Interesting that nobody from Cincy’s division winning team made it. I would have thought one of their two quality CBs would have.
  • Ryan Pickett has had a very solid year, but his injuries and his competition probably kept him out of the discussion.
  • Finley will make it next year.
  • It’s hard to see London Fletcher miss the Pro Bowl again after a top notch season for a crappy team (Wash, MLB), but the fact is Jonathan Vilma (who made it) had a quality all-around year too. (And Patrick Willis was his usual dominant self.)
  • While few would consider this a serious point, I actually think Packers’ right guard Josh Sitton has played so well that suggesting he should have at least been in the conversation isn’t ridiculous. Not only has Sitton held his own assignment-wise (from what I’ve been able to tell), but he’s had to deal with incompetence at times from coworkers on the O-line – probably making his job that much harder. I wouldn’t be surprised if his name starts coming up in the next year or so as a big-time guard.
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  1. 2009 Pro Bowl Selections | SJR Says:

    […] 2009 Pro Bowl Rosters « Packergeeks 2009 Pro Bowl rosters. By awhayes. Read here for the full list. 3 Packers made it: Rodgers, Collins and Woodson. I’d have to say that’s probably fair. I do think Clay Matthews could easily replace OLB Brian Orakpo from the Redskins,… […]

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