2010 AFC & NFC Pro Bowl Rosters

  • December 29, 2009, 8:44 PM

The rosters for the 2010 NFL Pro Bowl are in! For the first time ever, the game will be played the week before the Super Bowl, on January 31. The starters are in bold.


QUARTERBACKS: Peyton Manning, Colts; Philip Rivers, Chargers; Tom Brady, Patriots

RUNNING BACKS: Chris Johnson, Titans; Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars; Ray Rice, Ravens

FULLBACK: Le'Ron McClain, Ravens

WIDE RECEIVERS: Andre Johnson, Texans; Reggie Wayne, Colts; Brandon Marshall, Broncos; Wes Welker, Patriots

TIGHT ENDS: Dallas Clark, Colts; Antonio Gates, Chargers

OFFENSIVE TACKLES: Jake Long, Dolphins; Ryan Clady, Broncos; Joe Thomas, Browns

GUARDS: Logan Mankins, Patriots; Alan Faneca, Jets; Kris Dielman, Chargers

CENTERS: Nick Mangold, Jets; Jeff Saturday, Colts

DEFENSIVE ENDS: Dwight Freeney, Colts; Robert Mathis, Colts; Mario Williams, Texans

DEFENSIVE TACKLES: Haloti Ngata, Ravens; Vince Wilfork, Patriots; Casey Hampton, Steelers

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS: Elvis Dumervil, Broncos; James Harrison, Steelers; Brian Cushing, Texans

INSIDE LINEBACKERS: Ray Lewis, Ravens; DeMeco Ryans, Texans

CORNERBACKS: Darrelle Revis, Jets; Nnamdi Asomugha, Raiders; Champ Bailey, Broncos

FREE SAFETIES: Ed Reed, Ravens; Jairus Byrd, Bills

STRONG SAFETY: Brian Dawkins, Broncos

PUNTER: Shane Lechler, Raiders

KICKER: Nate Kaeding, Chargers

KICK RETURNER: Josh Cribbs, Browns

SPECIAL TEAMER: Kasim Osgood, Chargers




QUARTERBACKS: Drew Brees, Saints; Brett Favre, Vikings; Aaron Rodgers, Packers

RUNNING BACKS: Adrian Peterson, Vikings; Steven Jackson, Rams; DeAngelo Williams, Panthers

FULLBACK: Leonard Weaver, Eagles

WIDE RECEIVERS: Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals; DeSean Jackson, Eagles; Miles Austin, Cowboys; Sidney Rice, Vikings

TIGHT ENDS: Vernon Davis, 49ers; Jason Witten, Cowboys

OFFENSIVE TACKLES: Jason Peters, Eagles; Bryant McKinnie, Vikings; Jon Stinchcomb, Saints

GUARDS: Steve Hutchinson, Vikings; Jahri Evans, Saints; Leonard Davis, Cowboys

CENTERS: Andre Gurode, Cowboys; Shaun O'Hara, Giants

DEFENSIVE ENDS: Jared Allen, Vikings; Julius Peppers, Panthers; Trent Cole, Eagles

DEFENSIVE TACKLES: Kevin Williams, Vikings; Darnell Dockett, Cardinals; Jay Ratliff, Cowboys

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS: DeMarcus Ware, Cowboys; Lance Briggs, Bears; Brian Orakpo, Redskins

INSIDE LINEBACKERS: Patrick Willis, 49ers; Jonathan Vilma, Saints

CORNERBACKS: Charles Woodson, Packers; Asante Samuel, Eagles; Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Cardinals

FREE SAFETIES: Darren Sharper, Saints; Nick Collins, Packers

STRONG SAFETY: Adrian Wilson, Cardinals

PUNTER: Andy Lee, 49ers

KICKER: David Akers, Eagles

KICK RETURNER: DeSean Jackson, Eagles

SPECIAL TEAMER: Heath Farwell, Vikings

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Aron made it, no offence to all u packer fans but he shouldnt be in the pro bowl.

tony romo is the runner up in the NFC. manning choked when he needed to come up big. ryan had a good rookie season but had a bad 2nd year. romo had a great season and when he needed to play big he did unlike eli. the cowboys are in the playoffs and the giants will be watching the playoffs on their couches. romo led his team to the playoffs when everybody said they wouldnt make the playoffs b/c they choke in december. so far they have won 2 out of 3 in december. and p.s. they are in the playoffs. romo has not only led his team in december, but the whole season. eli manning was leading the giants great at the beggining of the season but look what happened at the end! the cowboys have beaten many good teams.(with the help of romo) they beat the saints 24-17 and the giants lost to the panthers 41-9. the cowboys are 10-5 while the giants are 8-7. here are romo's, manning's, and Ryan's 2009 season stats. in gonna do completion %, yd's, td's, int, and sacks.

romo: 62.6 completion %. 4,172 yards. 24 TD's. 8 INT. 30 sacks.

manning: 61.7 completion %. 3,380 yards, 27 TD's 13 INT. 27 sacks.

ryan: 57.7 completion %. 2,693 yards, 20 TD's. 12 INT. 18 sacks.

romo wins in completion %, yards, INT

manning wins in TD's (by 3)

ryan wins in sacks.

there, romo beats both of them. at the end of the season i will compare final season stats of romo, manning, and ryan.


@centerwarrior6... eli manning or matt ryan shouldn't have made it. both the QB's havent done stunning things for their teams late in this season

Agreed!!! Donavan McNabb is a much better choice and i hate the eagles.

I agree I think that Matt Ryan or Eli Manning should have made it

Its no surprise that Wes Welkers in the pro bowl, he has major skill.

The NFC corners are PERFECTION!!!

NFC how about the afc their whole d is awsome

exactly right GoldAthlete 11. NFC corners shut down their guys all game... and then BANG!!! the timer goes off, things go haywire and all of the sudden its a long touchdown pass.

The Steelers signing Joey Galloway was fairly exciting, it would be more exciting if he was younger.

C'mon evreybody who's with me? PERCY HARVIN!!!!!!!!

sorry but Percy didnt live up to everyones ecxpectations.


heck ya GO PERCY and all other VIKINGS

I know.even as a rookie,he deserves to be in the pro bowl.thats the only reason he didnt get in

i would have liked to see him go but larry,sidneyand desean are all staters and have better stats

i don't know, maybe he should have made it, but he's a rookie, so they probably were hesitant. Are you a gator fan or a viking fan? i am neither.

I agree... Why in the world did they not put harvin in?

Joshua Cribbs was DEFENTLY!! the best kick returner but, remember Ted Ginn Jr. broke a record for the longest kick returns I think.

Nice choices, especially Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and Adrian Peterson

im the #1 adrian peterson here i new he was great when he scored his first td against the panthers. u guys r just jealous that u dont have skill like peterson an i. dont worry im wit u redraider power

I think A.P. needs to improve on keeping control of the ball he has lost a lot of fumbles at the end of a really good run.

AP isnt really used to those types of weather conditions and the ball was hard and not very easy to handle

A.P. is awsome but you have to admit he has a LOT of fumbles.

Steven Jackson would have been a starter if he had a line!

no RaiderPower, the best players don't fumble in OT to give away the game.

Im with you Adrian is the best in the bussines

Where is London Fletcher?!? He hits ball carriers like Mack trucks hit mail boxes, he's gotten sacks, interceptions, 3rd league wide in tackles, what more do you want? The only reason Vilma got in ahead of him is because his team was like 12-1 when the voting ended. What do you guys think? Or do you even know who Fletcher is?

i don't know who he is. what team is he on? is vilma on the vikings?

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