NFL Pro Bowl 2014: Mid-season NFC roster projections

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Jan 27, 2013, Honolulu, HI, USA; General view of New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) taking the snap on the Pro Bowl logo in the 2013 Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

We’re about mid-way through the NFL season and things are starting to shape up. Every team comes into the preseason thinking they have a chance at the playoffs and post season success. At this point though it is clear who seems destined to make the playoffs and who has fallen to far behind to catch up.

We’ve seen some players establish themselves as the best this season. As the playoff picture becomes clearer and clearer every week so does potential Pro Bowl rosters. Every player plays for a championship ultimately, after all it is a team sport. Only one team can win a championship, and if you aren’t on that team a trip to Hawaii and the Pro Bowl isn’t a bad price.

The NFL has changed the format allowing fans to vote. In the new format, the lead voters at each position will go to the Pro Bowl regardless of conference affiliation. Essentially, all six quarterbacks going to the Pro Bowl could be from the AFC. The teams will then be divided by a fantasy draft, school yard style. The two lead vote getters will serve as captains.

For these roster projections we’re going on the traditional conference by conference line up.

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  • Dennis Hammond

    I’m convinced…this dude is on crack.

  • ahrcshaw

    I will give you credit for picking Breeze as QB, but after that you need to recheck your stat sheets. Go Panthers.

  • Stanhope

    Hey college boy, you know you didn’t put anyone from the Panthers defense on your roster, right? Big mistake.

    • Mike Dyce

      I don’t know where college boy came from, but lets keep in mind three things. 1) The format has changed and “players will be selected without regard to conference in voting by fans, coaches and players.” (per So they have to beat out the whole league, not just the NFC and get votes from fans, smaller fanbase. 2.) 0 Panthers players made it last year, so it isn’t a stretch to think some might get over looked, even as unfair as that might be. 3.) This isn’t a complete roster. There are vacant roster spots I didn’t fill, that would allow some players to get in. I think I listed 34 players and each team (after their new fantasy draft format) would roster contain 43 players.