Kirk Cousins will replace Matt Ryan in Pro Bowl

AP

Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins will replace Super Bowl-bound Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan in the Pro Bowl, John Keim of ESPN.com reported on Monday.

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Cousins is making his first trip to the Pro Bowl after throwing for 4,917 yards and 25 touchdowns in 2016. He played the season under the franchise tag, meaning he’s eligible for free agency — or for another tag — if he and the team can’t work out a deal over the next several weeks.

The Pro Bowl is this Sunday, Jan. 29.

13 responses to “Kirk Cousins will replace Matt Ryan in Pro Bowl

  1. So the Pro bowl now is for players who can’t even make the playoffs? The HoF will suffer from this the most. When player X has 6 PB’s to his name but is really a marginal dude.

  2. So the Pro bowl now is for players who can’t even make the playoffs? The HoF will suffer from this the most. When player X has 6 PB’s to his name but is really a marginal dude.

    Have you been living under a rock for the past I don’t know 20 years? Look at guys like Joe Thomas from Cleveland, dudes a perennial Pro-Bowler but his team sucks. Using your logic he sucks too.

  3. Just know that the real pro bowl you need to look at are the ones on the AP All Pro teams

  4. …really Kirk?……why on earth would you risk injury while you negotate, hopefully a fat contract?…..just so you can go to ORLANDO , Florida ????? …..The ghost of Robert Edwards could haunt you!!…..

  5. Joedirteforlife– exactly. Top 100 players isn’t bad either. What matters is what the coaches and players think, not the fans. Still, cousins did have a pro bowl, or near-pro bowl caliber year. Whether or not he’s a franchise QB, dude puts up some big numbers.

  6. The pro-bowl is itself a joke and anyone who cites it in the media or as a fan as a measurement of HoF credentials is a fool. That being said, Cousins had a heck of a season and is one of the few, if any, replacements who might deserve this. But my lord these auto videos make viewing certain pages unbearable.

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