Philadelphia Eagles: Which Players Really Deserved Pro Bowl Invitations?

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Philadelphia Eagles: Which Players Really Deserved Pro Bowl Invitations?
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The Pro Bowl rosters are always a form of controversy among NFL fans and experts. Popular players tend to get the vote over their lesser-known counterparts, even when the lesser-known players may be having superior seasons. The game itself is often a joke to watch, and rumors are always rampant that the game is in its last days.

Still, inclusion on the Pro Bowl roster is the highest honor some players can receive. Offensive line typically can't receive an award any greater. Even skill-position players get the national publicity of such an award.

The Philadelphia Eagles officially sent two players to the Pro Bowl—running back LeSean McCoy and offensive tackle Jason Peters. Each was well-deserving of such an honor, although a handful of other players on the roster had strong cases for inclusion.

There is still one month until the game will be held, so additional players can make it via injuries to current Pro Bowlers or the fact that the teams reaching the Super Bowl can't send any players.

For this, I went through the top players on the Eagles and broke down the competition league-wide to see who deserved the Pro Bowl.

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