Pro Bowl voting ends tomorrow night

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If you haven’t voted for the Pro Bowl teams — or if you have and you want to submit another one — check out for the non-butterfly, non-hanging chads ballot.

Time is of the essence.  The polls close tomorrow night.

Fan voting counts for a third of the outcome, with player votes and coach votes providing the other 66.6 percent.

It’s too late to vote early, but it’s not too late to vote often.

17 responses to “Pro Bowl voting ends tomorrow night

  1. This is the most underpublicized fan voting out there. There seems to be tons of advertising and effort put into MLB and NBA voting, but here
    I see almost nothing from the league.

  2. And you can add: Red Bryant/Chris Clemons for NFC DT/DE.

    And Marshawn NFC RB…

    And, hell, even Brandon Browner NFC CB…

    ….and the list goes on and on…..

  3. With the way the NFL calculates the voting, the fans’
    “one-third” actually counts FAR less than the players’ and coaches’ votes. The fan vote is virtually irrelevant. The NFL will never tell the fans that, though.

  4. Have a 4 team tourney with the Lingerie League pro bowlers and get some viewers back…and some legitimacy.

  5. I don’t know if anybody noticed if they did vote, but Victor Cruz isn’t even on the ballot. Manningham is the second listed receiver for the Giants even though Cruz leads the team in yards and touchdowns and is only second to Nicks for catches by a couple.

  6. finsfolife says:
    Dec 18, 2011 10:41 PM
    I don’t vote because i don’t think fans deserve a vote… we make way too many idiotic picks!
    This. Heck even the HOF has undeserving people in there because it’s a journalists’ popularity contest, and a lot of them don’t even know enough to know who’s a truly great player.

    And half the time guys get pumped up as “pro bowl players” when they’re the gazillionth alternate.

    Heard Sapp say something interesting on “No Huddle” last week. He said that all NFL contracts have a clause that states that a player must go to the PB if chosen. If that’s true, it certainly explains further the rash of “mystery injuries” that pop up for longtime PB veterans that “prevent” them from going.

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