Winning Falcons Have No Pro Bowlers Either

December 30th, 2009

Joe gets colorful e-mail from readers at times.

One such e-mail came through this morning with particularly nasty language and ridiculously ripped Joe for even once being critical of Raheem The Dream because “he didn’t even have one @#%’n Pro Bowler” to work with this season.

That’s right, no Buccaneers will represent the Bucs at the all-star game. Davin Joseph, however, is an alternate.

But Joe had a simple response for the ugly e-mailer: the Falcons don’t have a Pro Bowler either, and they’re 8-7.

Needless to say, the Pro Bowl is meaningless. Just ask Derrick Brooks. He made the Pro Bowl last season and couldn’t find a linebacker job for 2010.

3 Responses to “Winning Falcons Have No Pro Bowlers Either”

  1. D-money Says:

    Never fear.

    I’m sure we will end up having a couple of guys on there when the ones who did get selected drop out because the game is meaningless.

  2. aldo Says:

    probowl is just fashion, or explain to me why ed reed is a starter and guys like antoine bethea are aout???is really james harrison a pro bowler this season?? and he will start too!!! the pro bowl means squat!!! Tony Gonzalez is batter than any TE in the league and is not in the game!!!

  3. BucForce Says:

    I don’t think the Bengals have any either and they are in the playoffs. It’s a freaking popularity contest anyways…