LeSean McCoy has had a breakout season in 2010. After replacing perhaps the best back in franchise history in Brian Westbrook, McCoy has made the transition an easy one for Eagles fans.
McCoy has been the perfect back to complement Mike Vick's resurgence in the NFL. He has the ability to catch the ball out of the backfield as well as pound it between the tackles. He leads the NFC with 551 receiving yards (as of Week 15) from the running back position. He also leads his team with 74 receptions.
McCoy has a chance at 2,000 all-purpose yards from scrimmage, but should fall just short.
He currently has 1,036 yards rushing, 551 yards receiving, and has reached the end zone nine times.
Tramon Williams is a fourth-year cornerback out of Louisiana Tech.
The Green Bay Packers will be well represented in Hawaii, sending five players to the Pro Bowl, but Williams should have been included among the five.
Charles Woodson, while the biggest name in the Packers defensive backfield, is no longer its best player. Williams has taken over as the No.1 corner on the fifth-ranked defense against the pass in the NFL.
Williams adds 47 tackles to go along with his six interceptions and 19 passes defended.
Aaron Rodgers, since being drafted with the 22nd pick in the 2005 Draft, has developed into one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL.
Rodgers' season in 2010 has been yet another stellar year statistically. Despite missing most of Week 14 in Detroit and the week after that in New England, Rodgers still has thrown for 3,693 yards and 27 touchdowns on the year.
Rodgers also doesn't have quite the running game that other Pro Bowl QBs have the luxury of having. The Packers rank 22nd in the NFL in rushing yardage and 334 of those yards have been from Rodgers himself. He also has added four TDs with his feet.
Rodgers came back in Week 16 to play in a must-win game versus the New York Giants to try and stay alive for the playoffs.
Rodgers responded with the best game of his career. He threw for 404 yards and four TDs in a 45-17 rout.