2017 Pro Bowl Preview: AFC vs NFC

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Ok, I know it’s been a while since I’ve made a football post on here, but just last week the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons won the 2017 Conference Championships against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers. Both the Patriots and Falcons are headed to Super Bowl LI on February 5th, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Tonight is the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida at Camping World Stadium. This is will be a traditional AFC-NFC Pro Bowl game (the first one since the 2013 Pro Bowl). The Pro Bowl’s coaches will be Andy Reid from the Kansas City Chiefs on the AFC side and Jason Garett from the Dallas Cowboys on the NFC side. The game will air on ESPN at 5PM PT/6PM MT/7PM CT/8PM ET. Here are the rosters for the AFC and NFC

  • AFC All-Stars
    • Quarterbacks
      1. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers
      2. Alex Smith – Kansas City Chiefs
      3. Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals
      4. Phillip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers
    • Running Backs
      1. Le’Veon Bell – Pittsburgh Steelers
      2. DeMarco Murray – Tenneesee Titans
      3. Jay Ajayi – Miami Dolphins
      4. Melvin Gordon – Los Angeles Chargers
    • Fullback
      1. Kyle Juszczyk – Baltimore Ravens
    • Wide Receivers
      1. T.Y. Hilton – Indianapolis Colts
      2. Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos
      3. Jarvis Landry – Miami Dolphins
      4. Demaryius Thomas – Denver Broncos
    • Tight Ends
      1. Travis Kelce – Kansas City Chiefs
      2. Delanie Walker – Tenneesee Titans
    • Offensive Tacklers
      1. Joe Thomas – Cleveland Browns
      2. Taylor Lewan – Tenneesee Titans
      3. Andrew Witworth – Cincinnati Bengals
    • Offensive Guards
      1. Kelechi Osmele – Oakland Raiders
      2. David DeCastro – Pittsburgh Steelers
      3. Richie Incognito – Buffalo Bills
    • Centers
      1. Rodney Hudson – Oakland Raiders
      2. Jeremy Zutah – Baltimore Ravens
    • Defensive Ends
      1. Cameron Wake – Miami Dolphins
      2. Leonard Williams – New York Jets
      3. Carlos Dunlap – Cincinnati Bengals
    • Defensive Tacklers
      1. Geno Atkins- Cincinnati Bengals
      2. Jurrell Casey – Tenneesee Titans
      3. Kyle Williams – Buffalo Bills
    • Outside Linebackers
      1. Lorenzo Alexander – Buffalo Bills
      2. Von Miller – Denver Broncos
      3. Brian Orakapo – Tenneesee Titans
    • Inside Linebackers
      1. Zach Brown – Buffalo Bills
      2. Ryan Shazier – Pittsburgh Steelers
    • Cornerbacks
      1. Aqib Talib – Denver Broncos
      2. Marcus Peters – Kansas City Chiefs
      3. Chris Harris Jr. – Denver Broncos
      4. Casey Haywood – Los Angeles Chargers
      5. Stephon Gilmore- Baltimore Ravens
    • Free Safeties
      1. Reggie Nelson – Oakland Raiders
      2. Eric Weddle – Baltimore Ravens
    • Strong Safeties
      1. Eric Berry – Kansas City Chiefs
      2. Darian Stewart – Denver Broncos
    • Punter
      1. Dustin Colquitt – Kansas City Chiefs
    • Placekicker
      1. Justin Tucker – Baltimore Ravens
    • Punt Returner
      1. Tyreek Hill – Kansas City Chiefs
    • Special Teamer
      1. D.J. Alexander – Kansas City Chiefs
    • Long Snapper
      1. Morgan Cox – Baltimore Ravens
  • NFC All-Stars
    • Quarterbacks
      1. Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
      2. Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins
      3. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints
    • Running Backs
      1. Ezekiel Elliot – Dallas Cowboys
      2. Jordan Howard – Chicago Bears
      3. Darren Sproles – Phiadelphia Eagles
    • Fullback
      1. Mike Tolbert – Carolina Panthers
    • Wide Receivers
      1. Odell Beckham Jr. – New York Giants
      2. Mike Evans – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
      3. Dez Bryant – Dallas Cowboys
      4. Doug Baldwin – Seattle Seahawks
    • Tight Ends
      1. Greg Olsen – Carolina Panthers
      2. Jimmy Graham – Seattle Seahawks
    • Offensive Tacklers
      1. Trent Williams – Washington Redskins
      2. Tyron Smith – Dallas Cowboys
      3. David Bakhitari – Green Bay Packers
    • Offensive Guards
      1. Zack Martin – Dallas Cowboys
      2. Trai Turner – Carolina Panthers
      3. Josh Sitton – Chicago Bears
    • Centers
      1. Travis Frederick – Dallas Cowboys
      2. Jason Kelce – Philadelphia Eagles
    • Defensive Ends
      1. Cliff Avril – Seattle Seahawks
      2. Everson Griffen – Minnesota Vikings
      3. Michael Bennett – Seattle Seahawks
    • Defensive Tacklers
      1. Gerald McCoy – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
      2. Fletcher Cox – Philadelphia Eagles
      3. Linval Joseph – Minnesota Vikings
    • Outside Linebackers
      1. Thomas Davis – Carolina Panthers
      2. K.J. Wright – Seattle Seahawks
      3. Anthony Barr – Minnesota Vikings
    • Inside Linebacker
      1. Bobby Wagner – Seattle Seahawks
    • Cornerbacks
      1. Janoris Jenkins – New York Giants
      2. Patrick Peterson – Arizona Cardinals
      3. Richard Sherman – Seattle Seahawks
      4. Xavier Rhodes – Minnesota Vikings
    • Free Safeties
      1. Harrison Smith – Minnesota Vikings
      2. Ha-Ha Clinton Dix – Green Bay Packers
    • Strong Safety
      1. Landon Collins – New York Giants
    • Punter
      1. Johnny Hekker – Los Angeles Rams
    • Placekicker
      1. Matt Plater – Detroit Lions
    • Punt Returner
      1. Cordarelle Patterson – Minnesota Vikings
    • Special Teamer
      1. Dwayne Harris – New York Giants
    • Long Snapper
      1. Jake McQuaide – Los Angeles Rams

And those are your full rosters for the AFC and NFC All-Stars. Make sure to tune in to the game tonight on ESPN.

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