Three Ravens selected to Pro Bowl

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Three Ravens players have been named to the AFC's Pro Bowl roster. Safety Ed Reed was selected as a starter. Full Story
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Josh

Pasadena, MD

#1 Dec 18, 2007
Reed & Lewis should be going, but Ogden i dont think he should have been voted in. I think McGahee has put up good enough numbers to be voted in too.
terps19

Boucherville, Canada

#2 Dec 18, 2007
I think Gregg should go over Ogden.

McGahee has too many turnovers
dave

United States

#3 Dec 18, 2007
Luv Ogden but his going to the Pro Bowl shows what a joke it is. He missed what % of the season -- 75%???
tcparkville

Baltimore, MD

#4 Dec 18, 2007
Where is Gregg and Nataga? The Ravens are 3rd against the run in the NFL and they stay home. What a JOKE!
PA is for losers

Sykesville, MD

#5 Dec 18, 2007
terps19 wrote:
I think Gregg should go over Ogden.
McGahee has too many turnovers
DO you know anything about football? McGahee only has three turnovers this year. Give me a break.
Wms

AOL

#6 Dec 18, 2007
Going:
Haynesworth 36 tackles 6 sacks
Wilfork 44 tackles 2 sacks
Williams 39 tackles 0 sacks

Not Going:
Gregg 72 tackles 3 sacks
Ngata 58 tackles 2 sacks
John D

Baltimore, MD

#7 Dec 18, 2007
J.O. makes the pro bowl after the year he had? This is why I hate the public... Why do they let the ignorant, stupid fans select the pro bowl team?
JBC

Ashton, MD

#8 Dec 18, 2007
I think both Gregg and Ngata are worthy of a Pro Bowl. They have both (Gregg especially) played outstanding this year. Here's hoping one or the other, or even both, will get named an All-Pro, which is voted on by the media, and I think, more prestigious (although no trip to Hawaii).

“Everyone has something to say”

Since: Nov 07

Baltimore, MD

#9 Dec 18, 2007
McGahee, Ngata, and Gregg should've gotten the nod for sure. Ngata and Gregg are unbelievable, durable, and so underrated it's sick.

How Ogden made it without playing half the year and only having 1 or 2 good games is beyond me. It reminds me of Cal getting voted into the All-Star game every year, even after he was past deserving it on the field.

McGahee should've been voted in for the simple fact that he's been the offense this season. He has 1100+ yards and that's with a poor O-line, mostly single-back formation (no blocking FB), and no passing threat to take the pressure off of him. I don't care if he has 4 fumbles, he's a much better running back than, say, Willie Parker. I mean, Willie only has speed, and is typically only as good as the lanes the line opens for him. Then he's purely awful in the open field when confronted with a corner or safety. The Steelers line sucks, and he's awful at making something out of nothing, hence why most of his runs are between -2-3 yards. Oh, and Willie Parker also only has 2 TDs. McGahee earns his yards and his TDs with a mean stiff arm and great vision. Oh well. At least we can't argue about LT, or Addai. So many good players get snubbed, it's obnoxious.
DolFan 316

United States

#10 Dec 18, 2007
Pure rep picks, nothing more. How can a 4-10 team who now has the league's longest losing streak and just lost to the DOLPHINS (you guys will never live this down) have three Pro Bowlers? One I could *maybe* see, but THREE?
Johnny U

AOL

#11 Dec 18, 2007
Maybe if Kelly Gregg would thump his chest and stomp around a bit more, he would be a pro bowler. All he does is make tackles and stop the run every week. What a travesty.
UKM

Baltimore, MD

#12 Dec 18, 2007
What really pisses me off is that Gregg is not even selected as an alternate. 100% bull crap
What a joke

United States

#13 Dec 18, 2007
This goes to prove getting voted to the Pro Bowl is nothing but a joke. If Lewis, Ogden, and Reed go, they too are a joke. Lewis is an old has been, Ogden played about three games the entire season, Reed has been burned more times this season than any other. The real trio of Ravens that deserved to go is Gregg, Mason and Stover with Ngata as an alternate.
say what

United States

#14 Dec 18, 2007
Yo' Sick of Fans, at least Cal PLAYED unlike "turf toe" Ogden. A couple years ago, Boller was ridiculed for missing (I think) five games with turf toe. Ogden has missed a season and a half with tt but he's a pro bowler. What would be just as ridiculous is Ogden still planning on going to the game. If he has any class he'll let an alternate take his place and say that he doesn't deserve to play in the game this season.

Since: Apr 07

Parkville

#15 Dec 18, 2007
Wms wrote:
Going:
Haynesworth 36 tackles 6 sacks
Wilfork 44 tackles 2 sacks
Williams 39 tackles 0 sacks
Not Going:
Gregg 72 tackles 3 sacks
Ngata 58 tackles 2 sacks
I agree Gregg and/or Ngata should be going but Ogden has missed half of the season and should not. If an OL of the Ravens were going , it should be Jason Brown. I wouldn't be surprised to see Ogden pull out because of his toe.
moe

Baltimore, MD

#16 Dec 18, 2007
Only Ed reed deserves to go, Jonathan Ogden was not that good this season and ray Lewis is out for season.
This pro bowl crap was tainted, just like baseball players.
irish pat

Baltimore, MD

#17 Dec 18, 2007
proof once again that this popularity contest has outlived its purpose.ogden doesn't deserve to go and the owners are dammned fools for giving these overpaid clowns a vacation in hawaii.
NFL Fan

Baltimore, MD

#18 Dec 18, 2007
Someone please tell me why Ray is on this list???????? I guess if you pound your chest after every tackle you make the list.
Packers superbowl

AOL

#19 Dec 18, 2007
ray lewis is the only guy that should have got in the rest of the team stinks we need more thugs we should be mad we have been turned down a team for how long and ray was the one who showed them all up

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Since: Nov 07

Baltimore, MD

#20 Dec 19, 2007
say what - I wasn't knocking Cal in any way. It was just a comparison of two players getting in on reputation year after year well past their on-field prime. Heck, I used to vote for Cal every season because, well, he was Cal, but I just couldn't vote for Ogden this year.

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