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    The Associated Press All Pro Squad (mid-season)

    There's no higher individual NFL honor than being named to an Associated Press first-team All-Pro squad. In the minds of the people whose job it is to watch football, each nominated player was the best in the world at his position.

    Pro Bowl squads, while usually comprised of the NFL's top stars, are really more like popularity contests. Their rosters annually swell with "injury replacements," too, so reaching the status of "Pro Bowler" is relatively achievable for a quality starter with a respectable career.

    Not so with All-Pros; they're picked by media only, and the honorees comprise a complete starting 22, plus specialists, period.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...n-all-pro-team

    Some excerpts;

    QB – P.Manning 11 votes, T.Brady 1 vote

    RB – LeSean McCoy 11 votes, Marshawn Lynch 8 votes

    HB/FB – Bruce Miller 7 votes, Mike Tolbert 3 votes, Anthony Sherman 2 votes

    WR – Calvin Johnson 11 votes, AJ Green 8 votes, Dez Bryant 4 votes

    Sherman & ET are both on there as well as many KC D players…

    Agree?

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    I agree with it all.

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    Brady got a vote?

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    Brady getting a vote is a flippin joke!

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    Brady has held that offense together though. But yea i dont know how he got a vote but i guess the fact he has the team at 7-2 makes up for the down stats. Brees obviously should be number 2

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    Happy to see Miller get some love

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    Matt Prater is king
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    That's actually a really solid list.

    I wish Haushka wasn't such an overlooked player.

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.

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    Someone voted for Brady?

    Solder is the only Patriot player truly deserving at this point, sadly. Not much else has gone right.
    [IMG]hi[/IMG]

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    Not a fan of Sean Lee making it, but solid list overally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baller101200 View Post
    That's actually a really solid list.

    I wish Haushka wasn't such an overlooked player.
    Looking at his stats, he absolutely has a great argument for being on that list rather than Prater. I'm not sure 12/12 is more impressive than 22/23 myself. I'd be fine with either, however. Both having great years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudvayne91:27417840
    Quote Originally Posted by baller101200 View Post
    That's actually a really solid list.

    I wish Haushka wasn't such an overlooked player.
    Looking at his stats, he absolutely has a great argument for being on that list rather than Prater. I'm not sure 12/12 is more impressive than 22/23 myself. I'd be fine with either, however. Both having great years.
    Nick Folk over both

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    Quote Originally Posted by baller101200 View Post
    That's actually a really solid list.

    I wish Haushka wasn't such an overlooked player.
    He's as automatic as they come. Guy is a stud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudvayne91 View Post
    Looking at his stats, he absolutely has a great argument for being on that list rather than Prater. I'm not sure 12/12 is more impressive than 22/23 myself. I'd be fine with either, however. Both having great years.
    His only miss was a blocked kick too.

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