5 Pro Bowl snubs who should be heading to Honolulu
Bills G Richie Incognito
Incognito revitalized his career in Buffalo this season. While running back LeSean McCoy is the only member of the Bills named to the Pro Bowl roster, Incognito should certainly be there after being one of the more dominant run blockers in the league.
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Titans TE Delanie Walker
Despite having 76 receptions and six touchdown catches, Walker didn't hear his name called on Tuesday night. While the veteran tight end plays for a team that struggled this season in Tennessee, Walker graded ahead of every player at his position in the league other than Rob Gronkowski, according to Pro Football Focus.
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Vikings OLB Anthony Barr
While you could make a case that each outside linebacker voted in is deserving of making the Pro Bowl, the second-year pass rusher was a force for Minnesota. Barr was Pro Football Focus' top-ranked 4-3 OLB with 21 pressures, a batted pass and 35 defensive stops.
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Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh
Suh might not have lived up to the $100 million billing, but the Dolphins' defensive centerpiece deserves to sip on pina coladas in Hawaii in January. Suh, who witnessed his four-year Pro Bowl streak get snapped, was Pro Football Focus' third-highest defensive tackle in run defense.
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Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin
If the Seahawks wide receiver felt disrespected before, being snubbed from the Pro Bowl will only heighten the pain. Baldwin, who is tied with New York's Odell Beckham for a league-high 13 TD receptions, has experienced a four-game stretch unlike any other: 21 receptions, 366 yards and 10 touchdowns.