2011 NFL Predictions: One Sure-Fire Pro Bowl Selection from Every NFL Team

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2011 NFL Predictions: One Sure-Fire Pro Bowl Selection from Every NFL Team
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San Francisco's Patrick Willis is a sure-fire lock for the 2012 Pro Bowl.

It’s not every year that every team in the National Football League sends one of its own to the Pro Bowl, but in 2011 there's a potential that every team could. For the sake of argument, let' s say they will.

The Pro Bowl is essentially an All-Star game compiled of just that: stars.

Since the NFL’s merger with the rival American Football League in 1970, the game has officially been called the AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, matching the top players in the American Football Conference against those of the National Football Conference.

In this list I am going to analyze each NFL team and project one sure-fire player guaranteed a trip to Honolulu, Hawaii following the season barring significant injury.

Keep in mind the fans are responsible for 1/3 of the vote for each player selected to the Pro Bowl in any given year, and only a certain amount of players can be selected to each position from each conference.

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