|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 AFC team and how they size up.
The AFC has many great men to choose from, so here is a rundown of the 2011 Pro Bowl team. They have an excellent selection of quarterbacks to choose from including San Diego’s Philip Rivers, Indianapolis Colts legend Peyton Manning and Matt Cassel from Kansas City, his teammate Jamaal Charles will be on the list for Running Backs, also on the list are Chris Johnson from the Titans and Arian Foster from the Houston Texans who has support from his teammate Vonta Leach. Then there are wide receivers Reggie Wayne, Brandon Lloyd, Dwayne Bowe, and Wes Walker. Tight ends Marceded Lewis and Zach Miller are also fighting for the AFC this weekend. Tackles Joe Thomas, D’Brickashaw Ferguson and Matt light will team up with Guards Kris Dielman, Logan Mankins and Brian Waters. Rounding out the offense are centers Jeff Saturday and Alex Mack.
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.
On AFC defense there is Robert Mathis of the Colts, Jason Babin of the Titans and Randy Starks of the Dolphins. Interior Linemen Haloti Ngata, Vince Wilfork and Kyle Williams join outside linebackers Cameron Wake, Terrell Suggs and Shaun Phillips as well as inside linebackers Ray Lewis, and Jerod Mayo. Cornerbacks Nnamdi Asomuha of the Raiders, Darrelle Revis of the Jets and Devin McCourty of the Pats will be joining free safetys Brandon Meriweather and Michael Griffin and finally strong safety Eric Berry of Kansas. Finally, special teams will include punter Shane Lechler of Oakland, Placekicker Billy Cundiff of Baltimore, Kick returner Marc Mariani, special teamer Montell Owens and Long snapper John Denney of the Dolphins.
One athlete you will not see on the AFC Pro Bowl roster this weekend is Tamba Hali, the AFC’s leader in sacks. A Penn State alum, he was originally in the lineup but has dropped out due to personal reasons. It was meant to be his first Pro Bowl, instead Philips of the Chargers gets his spot. This means Penn State will not be represented in Hawaii this year.