|Written by Michael|
Bet on the NFL This Sunday in Hawaii the best of the best team up for the 2011 Pro Bowl The AFC vs. the NFC January 30th 2011 at 7PM EST at the Aloha Stadium. When prepping to bet on football take a look at who made the NFC team and how they size up.
The NFC has many great men to chose from some let’s check out who made the cut, starting with the offense. They’ve got some real celebrity pull in their list of quarterbacks, starting with Eagles’ Michael Vick, then Falcons’ Matt Ryan and finally Saints’ Drew Brees. Running backs Michael Turner also of Atlanta, Adrian Peterson of Minnesota and Steven Jackson of St. Louis will join fullback Ovie Mughelli of the Falcons. Wide receivers Roddy White, Calvin Johnson, DeSean Jackson and Larry Fitzgerals team up with Tight ends Jason Witten and Tony Gonzalez. Then for tackles we have Jordan Gross, Tyson Clabo and Donald Penn. Gaurds Jahri Evans of the Saints, Chris Snee of the Giants and Carl Nicks of the Saints share the turf with centers Andre Gurode of the Cowboys and Ryan Kalil of Carolina.
When placing your football bets note that the NFC is favored in this Pro Bowl matchup at minus 2.5 points with the total over under at 56.5.
Now for the Defensive run down. Defensive ends Julius Peppers of the Bears, John Abraham of the Falcons and Justin Tuck of the Giants team up with Interior Linemen Jay Ratliff of Dallas, Justin Smith of the 49ers, and Darnell Dockett of the Cards. Outside linebackers DeMarcus Ware, Brian Orakpo and Jon Beason, Inisde linebackers Jonathan Vilma, London Fletcher and cornerbacks DeAngelo Hall, Brent Grimes, and Antoine Winfield will all be sporting the same jersey this Sunday. Free safety Antrel Rolle from the Giants joins strong safetys Adiran Wilson of the cardinals and Roman Harper of the Saints. Finally the special teams will include punter Mat McBriar, placekicker David Akers, Kick returner Devin Hester, special teamers Eric Weems and Long Snapper Zak DeOssie of the Giants.
Of all the exceptional athletes teaming up in Hawaii this year, the NFC’s Michael Vick got the most votes with 1.5 million. This will be his fourth Pro Bowl, and his first since being released from prison on dogfighting charges.