Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

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    Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    Obvious considerations should go to Brady, Gronk, Welker, Mayo, and Wilfork.

    Longer shots would be Ridley, Spikes, Nink, Jones.

    My sleeper pick is Nate Solder. I've been keeping a close eye on #72's old position, and after a bit of a shaky start, he's looked VERY good to me. I've never examined game film on him, but my guess would be that he's progressed well.

    Don't think I'm forgetting anybody.

    Thoughts?

     
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    Being its a popularity contest I'd say Brady, Gronk, Welker, Big Vince and Chandler Jones. Mayo will get beat out by the Ray Lewis's of the league. Solder/Spikes I believe deserves mention but it'll never happen. Brady of course will be injured and not go anyway. Probably that shoulder that hes been listed for for the last 12 years.

     
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    Re: Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    Nobody from the Patriots. I thought the team that is in the super bowl can't send anyone to the probowl...

     

    In response to IndianaPatsFan's comment:
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    Obvious considerations should go to Brady, Gronk, Welker, Mayo, and Wilfork.

    Longer shots would be Ridley, Spikes, Nink, Jones.

    My sleeper pick is Nate Solder. I've been keeping a close eye on #72's old position, and after a bit of a shaky start, he's looked VERY good to me. I've never examined game film on him, but my guess would be that he's progressed well.

    Don't think I'm forgetting anybody.

    Thoughts?

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    Right now Jones is easily the second best DE in the AFC. Obviously Watt is the first but even that could be argued that he plays more of a DT position. Jones is 3rd in tackles, 3rd in sacks, and second in forced fumbles. Hard to argue against those stats. I think the 3 DE's right now are Watt, Jones and Dumervil.

     
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    Re: Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    Throw in VW and Mesko. We are a very talented team. Top to bottom.

    Oh and after Foster I think Ridley is the 2nd best RB in the AFC. Followed by rice and Mcgahee.

     
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    Re: Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    All Pro:

    Tom Brady

    GRONK

     

     

     
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    Re: Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    Tom Brady... enough said.

    Welker is tied for 1st in the NFL with Percy Harvin for receptions.

    Ridley #1 in rushing 1st downs and is top five everywhere else.

    Gronk the best TE in the NFL.

    Mayo #2 in the NFL in tackles.

    Vollmer has been dominant and Solder is freaky athletic.

     
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    Re: Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    I agree with all of those guys, even the ones that are  borderline. Vollmer may be added to it as well.

     
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    i've got JJ Watt, Cameron Wake, Elvis Dumervil, Chandler Jones for top 4 AFC DE's with Michael Johnson right behind.

     

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    Yeah its really a toss up with the last 3 to me. But you would have to think Chandler Jones will get a big representation from Pats fans in the voting. Miami doesn't have nearly as big of a fan base, or as dedicated fans.

     
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    Re: Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    How about Suggs Hali Cushing Von miller andJackson andLewis   

     
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    Re: Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    I think a fairly obvious candidiate is Mesko. I thought he was deserving last year

     
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    Re: Pats pro-bowlers through the halfway point?

    I don't think Ridely or Jones are longshots at all. 

    Ridley is 5th in rushing, 2nd in the AFC -- by about 200 yards at that over Jamaal Charles. 

    Jones is tied for 8th in sacks and 5th in tackles (IIRC) among defensive ends in the NFL. 5th in the AFC in sacks as well. And he is a rookie, which could help (could hurt) his case.

     

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