Posts Tagged ‘Pro Bowl

16
Jan
09

The Best Cheerleaders in the NFL

I simply can’t compete with the already wonderful gallery that the folks at Fan IQ have already assembled of the Pro Bowl’s most interesting participants, the Pro Bowl Cheerleaders, so I’ll just link to it and show a couple photos here to whet your appetite, or whatever else you want moistened. But definitely make your way over there if you’re so inclined, you’ll be glad you did.

For example, meet the lovely Alyssa, from my own New England Patriots cheerleader squad:

Go Pats!

Or the equally lovely Ashley from the Texans:

I could go on and on and on, but they’ve already done the hard work and assembled a multitude of images for each fine cheerleader, so check them out and then book your ticket for the Pro Bowl, because now it matters!

[Fan IQ]

22
Dec
08

Brett Favre, Pro Bowl, Really?

Ladies and gentleman, your 2009 Pro Bowl backup quarterback, Brett Favre!

For your appreciation:

18/31, 187 yards, 0 touchdowns, 2 INTs

sacked 4 times

Completely unable to move the ball on one of the worst teams in the entire league.

Impressive.

Now, not to be a homer, nor to suggest that Matt Cassel SHOULD have been in the Pro Bowl, here are his comparable stats from this week.

20/36, 345 yards, 3 touchdowns, 0 INTs

1 Sack

Some wobbly throws

Scored on 9 of the first 11 possessions.

I could also pick the stats from last week which would show the same story. Again, I’m not so much advocating Cassel, I’d be fine if he made it but I’m not distraught he didn’t, as I am pointing out how embarrassing it is that Favre was selected to the team. Oh yeah, did I mention that Brett Favre has the most interceptions in football this year? Yeah. He does. 19 of them, to his 21 TD passes. That’s a GREAT ratio. So glad the Pro Bowl gets to have him. What a fucking waste. I hope Favre backs out of the game, it’s bad enough he was selected, there’s no way he should be going though.




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