Pro Bowl 2016 roster: Strong competition between Michael Irvin and Jerry Rice

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Pro Bowl roster: The Pro Bowl is going to rock the weekend on this Sunday and with special featuring teams trained by Hall of Fame wide receivers Michael Irvin and Jerry Rice.



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It could be one of the most segment changing declined Pro Bowl tournament ever, only 86 out of 133 players are going to rock the corner to hit it hard. From the team of Jerry Rice, all three quarterbacks are replacements for players that dropped out initially during selection, as only Team Irvin’s Russell Wilson actually made it when the teams for Pro Bowl were first announced.

From the last tournament in the state of Glendale, Arizona in 2015, the Pro Bowl is back in Hawaii this year in 2016 and set to air at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN 2 and many other online channels.

Pro Bowl Roster

Offensive Picks:

Although Michael Irvin watched two offensive picks with three straight defensive picks,

Jerry Rice addressed defense with just one of his first five picks. Instead, he added two quarterbacks as a bounty for his winning and two wide receivers in the first five picks, adding them to a roster that already featured Odell Beckham Jr. as captain.

The leadership of Eli Manning was Jerry Rice’s first selection and he could be one of the best choices to take the responsibility being the senior most player in the team.

QB: Eli Manning (1st pick), Tyrod Taylor, Derek Carr
RB: Adrian Peterson, Doug Martin, Chris Ivory
WR: T.Y. Hilton, Amari Cooper, Odell Beckham Jr. (captain), Jarvis Landry
TE: Travis Kelce, Gary Barnidge
FB: John Kuhn
OT: Joe Thomas, Joe Staley, Kyle Long
G: Josh Sitton, Logan Mankins, Richie Incognito
C: Eric Wood, Nick Mangold

Defence in Pro Bowl

Team Rice really holds up an interesting set of players when it comes to defence in Pro Bowl 2016. Many young players are also going to check out their way towards the success of this match. With his forthcoming pick, Jerry Rice picked second-year pass rusher Khalil Mack, but in a game where defending backs often make the distinction, he’ll have young players like Marcus Peters and Jason Verrett mixed in with sourdoughs like Brent Grimes and Charles Woodson.

DL: Khalil Mack, Cameron Jordan, Everson Griffen, Gerald McCoy, Aaron Donald (captain), Fletcher Cox
LB: Julius Peppers, Tamba Hali, Elvis Dumervil, Bobby Wagner, Clay Matthews
DB: Jason Verrett, Marcus Peters, Brent Grimes, Vontae Davis, Charles Woodson, Eric Berry, Mike Adams

Overall while talking about defence in Pro Bowl 2016, Team Jerry holds a much strong base than its opponent.

Special Teams

There are actually no special teams in this round of Super Bowl, however, we have identified some …

K: Josh Brown
P: Johnny Hekker
PR: Tyler Lockett
ST: Cedrick Peerman

Coach: Andy Reid

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