2013 NFL Pro Bowl: The Miami Dolphins...

2013 NFL Pro Bowl: The Miami Dolphins End Up With Four Players In Honolulu

There are 1 comment on the Rant Sports story from Jan 26, 2013, titled 2013 NFL Pro Bowl: The Miami Dolphins End Up With Four Players In Honolulu. In it, Rant Sports reports that:

In the past 10 seasons the Miami Dolphins have sent as many as four players to the NFL Pro Bowl three times.

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#1 Jan 27, 2013
Just get over it Nfl fans the pro bowl will never be interesting anybody in the US .Because we have a chance to assist an Nfl game.But most people in Hawaii dont have that chance.So any crappy bench players that make the probowl the league will make profit .Because the stadium will be fill.If They have the probowl in the US this season there wont be more than 100 peoples showup.And beside the Nfl and Hockey are two complete different sports from the Nba And Mlb to name a few.There is nothing the league can do to make the probowl more competitive because of injury issues .Let just turn a blink eye on it And let the people of Hawaii enjoy it.

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