Barber Leading Pro Bowl Voting, Needs Your Help

November 28th, 2012

Joe hasn’t enjoyed the Pro Bowl since he was a kid, and Joe’s found the whole Pro Bowl concept to be a complete freakin’ joke ever since Derrick Brooks make the Pro Bowl after the 2008 season but was then cut by the Bucs and couldn’t find a job that suited him.

That written, given that Ronde Barber is leading the NFL Pro Bowl fan voting at the free safety position with just a couple weeks to go in the voting, Joe would like to see Barber win. A fan-vote victory would mean Barber would have a darn good shot to be a starter in the game after league coaches and players vote after Week 15.

Barber has 74,120 votes, per the NFL.com story this morning linked above. That’s not much compared to players leading other positions, so Barber needs your help.

You can vote as often as you like via the “vote now” button on the graphic in this post. If you don’t vote, well, then Joe considers you a fraudulent Bucs fan.

12 Responses to “Barber Leading Pro Bowl Voting, Needs Your Help”

  1. CanadianBucsFan Says:


  2. Pewter_Power Says:

    I have not only voted for Barber numerous times but also for Freeman, Martin, Jackson, Penn, Bennett, McCoy, David and Foster as well!!

  3. CanadianBucsFan Says:


    I’d agree with you that all those players deserve to make the pro bowl except for McCoy and Foster. Not saying there not playing well cause they definetely are just dont think they have had the seasons off the other players you mentioned

  4. Big Buc Says:

    They really need to fix the voting when it comes to designating 3-4 OLB and 4-3 OLB. Lavonte David really deserves a Pro Bowl nod. However, casual fans only look at sacks. Not saying that Aldon Smith and Demarcus Ware don’t deserve to make it…they do…but it leaves other deserving 4-3 OLB out of the picture.

  5. Bucky23 Says:

    Should the bucs take a shot with rolando McClain who was just released?

  6. Stranger Says:

    The numbers worry me. I can expect Fitzgerald and Megatron being over VJax, but by number, Cruz shouldn’t. If these number indicate anything, then I fear him being snubbed.

  7. Alonza Says:

    Here’s the correct link http://www.nfl.com/probowl/ballot

  8. Phil Says:

    The other link also is correct, Alonza.

  9. rhenry Says:

    Hey Joe, I was just casting my votes at the link you provided and noticed that Doug martin is listed as only having rushed for 300 plus yards. Whats up with that?

  10. Pete Dutcher Says:

    rhenry, where do you find the complete list of rankings?

  11. Karen Hartman Says:

    Ronde should leading, if not ~ there’s something wrong… I demand a recount!

  12. rhenry Says:

    At this link Pete http://www.nfl.com/probowl/ballot?icampaign=PbBallot_article

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