The NFL Pro Bowl is an opportunity to celebrate and honor the best players at each position in professional football. While the Pro Bowl game itself has become a terrible viewing spectacle, the honor and prestige of being selected is still very much intact.
Being selected for the Pro Bowl is an interesting process because like many sporting All Star events, the selection process is tied into two things: fan votes and stats. Fans vote their favorite players in, and often popularity is due to breakout season numbers from certain players. However, there have long been constant producers big numbers who ultimately are snubbed by the fans (cough London Fletcher cough).
Now the Pro Bowl selection process does have three groups of voters (coaches, players, and fans), but any Redskins fan can tell you that the best and most productive do not always get selected. This piece is purely a fun and speculative article, looking at some of the best and most popular Redskins currently on the roster. I will be examining three players on offense and defense, and giving a percentage chance of that player reaching the Pro Bowl.