Biggest Pro Bowl Snubs
Slaton is 7th in the NFL in rushing with 1,124 yards and probably deserved the nod over the Dolphins' Ronnie Brown.
Pennington's numbers might not be as flashy as Phillip Rivers', but you can't argue that the Dolphins have been more successful than the Chargers.
The Broncos' first-round pick has been nearly perfect in keeping prized QB Jay Cutler upright and has helped the banged-up Denver ground game remain consistent.
The Patriots veteran turned in another solid year protecting first-time starter Matt Cassel.
Antonio Gates reeks of a reputation pick, while Daniels quietly produced for the Texans, catching 60 balls for 714 yards through 14 games.
Two of Griffin's defensive backfield teammates made the roster -- safety Chris Hope and corner Cortland Finnegan -- but it could be argued Griffin and his five interceptions are most deserving.
The Bears rookie running back has combined 1,539 total yards and 11 TDs, while Clinton Portis has 1,544 yards and seven TDs.
The Giants have the No. 1 rushing attack in the NFL and any coach will tell you Hedgecock is a big reason why.
Possibly the biggest snub of them all, Abraham is third in the league in sacks with 15.5 and is a major reason the Falcons are in position to make the playoffs.
The fifth-year linebacker leads the underrated Cardinals defense in tackles with 103.
Derrick Brooks gets all the attention on the Bucs defense, but Ruud leads Tampa in tackles and is sixth in the league with 117.
The Vikings kicker is a perfect 5-for-5 on field goals of 50 yards or longer, while John Carney didn't even attempt one.