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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; SAINTS PRO BOWL SELECTIONS ( ) - number of multiple selections to NFC squad as a Saint; * - injured, did not play Season Player(s) 1967 CB Dave Whitsell 1968 DT Dave Rowe 1969 RB Tony Baker, K Tom Dempsey, ...

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Old 05-16-2007, 01:49 AM   #1
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Saints Pro Bowl History............

SAINTS PRO BOWL SELECTIONS
( ) - number of multiple selections to NFC squad as a Saint; * - injured, did not play

Season Player(s)
1967 CB Dave Whitsell
1968 DT Dave Rowe
1969 RB Tony Baker, K Tom Dempsey, G Jake Kupp, RB Andy Livingston, Coach Tom Fears
1978 QB Archie Manning
1979 WR Wes Chandler, TE Henry Childs, QB Archie Manning (2), RB Chuck Muncie, S Tommy Myers
1981 RB George Rogers
1982 RB George Rogers (2)
1983 LB Rickey Jackson
1984 DE Bruce Clark, P Brian Hansen, LB Rickey Jackson (2)
1985 K Morten Andersen, LB Rickey Jackson (3)
1986 K Morten Andersen (2), LB Rickey Jackson (4), RB Rueben Mayes*
1987 K Morten Andersen (3), TE Hoby Brenner, G Brad Edelman, RB Rueben Mayes (2)*, LB Sam Mills, CB Dave Waymer
1988 K Morten Andersen (4), WR Eric Martin, LB Sam Mills (2)
1989 RB Dalton Hilliard, LB Vaughan Johnson, LB Pat Swilling
1990 K Morten Andersen (5), LB Vaughan Johnson (2), LB Pat Swilling (2)
1991 LB Vaughan Johnson (3), LB Sam Mills (3), LB Pat Swilling (3), ST Bennie Thompson
1992 K Morten Andersen (6), C Joel Hilgenberg, LB Rickey Jackson (5), LB Vaughan Johnson (4), LB Sam Mills (4), LB Pat Swilling (4)
1993 ST Tyrone Hughes, LB Rickey Jackson (6), LB Renaldo Turnbull
1994 DE Wayne Martin, T William Roaf
1995 CB Eric Allen, T William Roaf (2)
1996 T William Roaf (3)
1997 T William Roaf (4)
1998 T William Roaf (5)*, DE Joe Johnson
1999 T William Roaf (6)
2000 LB Mark Fields, DT LaRoi Glover, WR Joe Horn, DE Joe Johnson (2), LB Keith Mitchell, T William Roaf (7)
2001 WR Joe Horn (2), DT LaRoi Glover (2), S Sammy Knight
2002 WR Joe Horn (3), KR Michael Lewis, ST Fred McAfee, RB Deuce McAllister
2003 RB Deuce McAllister (2)*, G LeCharles Bentley*
2004 P Mitch Berger, WR Joe Horn (4)
2005 C LeCharles Bentley (2)
2006 QB Drew Brees, OT Jammal Brown, DE Will Smith

OT William Roaf holds the record for Pro Bowl appearance's by a Saints player with (7), followed by LB Ricky Jackson, and K Morten Anderson with (6) apiece.

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Old 05-16-2007, 03:10 AM   #2
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Willie Roaf, how I wish you could have played one last game in black and gold instead of red and yellow.
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Willie Roaf, how I wish you could have played one last game in black and gold instead of red and yellow.
You can thank Joe Horn for that one.
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Old 05-16-2007, 06:13 AM   #4
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Man I miss those days when we had

Swilling.Johnson,Mills and Jackson

The good old days.
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Old 05-16-2007, 08:57 AM   #5
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Remember those LB had one of the best DL in the NFL playing in front of them.
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Old 05-16-2007, 10:50 AM   #6
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to last season, it was a DISGRACE that guys like Jeff Faine, Jhari Evans, Mike Karney, Marques Colston, Bryant Young, Hollis Thomas didn't make it. Out of these Colston, Karney and Faine should have been shoe ins. Hopefully, with our success last year, the "popularity contest" that is the pro bowl selection committee will give us some props this year.
Colston, Faine, Jhari Evans, Bryant Young in the Pro Bowl? So Steve Smith, Olin Kreutz, Steve Hutchinson, and Kevin Williams need to sit? I don't think so. I think you will see more Saints in the Pro Bowl this year, but I don't know about a "disgrace" I do agree with Carney, very underrated. Faine? this guy was hurt every year he was in Cleveland. Last year was his first healthly year since he has been in the league. No rookie is going to unseat Steve Smith and Torry Holt. We will have better representation this year no doubt.
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Old 05-16-2007, 11:37 AM   #7
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To me, pro-bowls are things for agents to use to try and squeeze more money out of teams. Go back to the thread about Will Smith and Grant. They're both outstanding DE's but when Smith's contract talks start, the first thing his agent will say is, "yeah, but Smith made the Pro Bowl, so he deserves more than Grant." That may be the case, but it's not always so.

It's like winning the SB MVP. Remember Larry Brown from the Cowboys? O'Donnel basically handed him the ball three times and the next thing you know he's dupted a team into paying him WAY more than he's worth.

I'd rather see more W's on the schedule and in the playoffs and less Pro Bowls. That means you play as a team and win as a team. Ego's are kept in check and players "know their role and shut their mouth".
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Old 05-16-2007, 11:50 AM   #8
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The Saints players being ignored has always happened. (i.e. Ricky Jackson) Faine is not a Pro Bowl center, he has had one good year last year. When you have Olin Kreutz, and Matt Birk in the same division, Faine won't be there. The fact he was hurt is previous seasons shows that he hasn't played at a consistent level since he has been in the league. Its not all about stats. It is doing it on a consistant basis and Faine has not done that. I hope to god he does.
The center position I think is a great concern going into this season. I hope we have a good back-up.

And I wasn't clear enough, Carney did deserve to go. I think Carney is extremely underrated. A lot better tha Mack Strong. So that's out the way

Bryant Young over Tommie Harris and Kevin Williams. Not going to happen. The worst part about this is that we passed on Kevin Williams for that Shawn Knight clone Sullivan. Ohhh that chapped my A$$!!!!!!!!!!
As far as stats go, Shanle had more tackles(97) than Julian Peterson(89) and missed the pro bowl, did he get screwed?

If you want to talk about screw jobs, Colston or Bush not being rookie of the year, now that is a screw job
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Are you making a case for Andy McCollum? Bulger threw for 4000 yards, Stephen Jackson ran wild, and don't forget about Tory Holt. How about Alez Stepanovich, Kitna threw for 4000 yards, Chad Johson, and Rudi Johnson had a 1000 yards. And don't forget about the Colts, oh wait there center was in the pro bowl. There is more to the game then stats.

I think Young was being overhyped by the media more than playing well, I was pulling for Colston!!!!

But it is all good, that's why this board rules!!!!!!!!!
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Young had more of an impact than bush did. Thus he got rookie of the year, and Colston not making the pro bowl team was a shame though.
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