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http://www.nfl.com/probowl/story/0ap100 ... ke-the-cut

Quite a few Seahawks mentioned. Keep in mind there is 6 analysts.

QB - Sadly, no mentions
RB - Only one guy didn't put Lynch on his ballot
WR - None
FB - One guy put Robinson in as the starter!
TE - none
T - 2 people put Okung on their ballot!
G - none, predictably so
C - 3 people put Unger on their ballot.
DE - none
DT - 3 people had Brandon Mebane on their ballot
ILB - none
OLB - none
CB - Only one idiot left Sherman off his ballot
SS - none
FS - Only one mention of Earl, the rest are for Ronde Barber :?: and Dashon Goldson. Doesn't Barber man the worst secondary in the league??
K - none
P - none! Dangit
KR - two people put Leon on their ballots!
ST- This one was all over the board, but one guy said Heath Farwell.

I know these aren't always popular with people, as pro bowl is a popularity contest, but I thought we got a lot of love, so that was cool. And, if everyone who got mentioned made the pro bowl here, we would have 9 pro bowlers....Quite a high number.

And Russell got snubbed! :P :mrgreen:


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CB - Only one idiot left Sherman off his ballot


I'd call him the smart guy. Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.


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CB - Only one idiot left Sherman off his ballot


I'd call him the smart guy. Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.

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CB - Only one idiot left Sherman off his ballot


I'd call him the smart guy. Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.


Did his play severely drop after he got caught? Oh yeah it didn't.......

I still believe Sherm's story. Do you really think he's dumb enough to use PED's and think he can get away with it? He went to freaking Stanford, of course not!!


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CB - Only one idiot left Sherman off his ballot


I'd call him the smart guy. Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.


Did his play severely drop after he got caught? Oh yeah it didn't.......

I still believe Sherm's story. Do you really think he's dumb enough to use PED's and think he can get away with it? He went to freaking Stanford, of course not!!


Not to turn this into a PED thread, but taking PEDs isn't about someone's IQ, its about someone being cocky enough (which Sherman is) to think they can get away with it.

You also probably believed Browner's story too, right? And Winston Guy's, and Joe Haden's and Aqib Talib's and Eric Wright's and Cedric Griffin's and Tyler Sash's and Asa Jackson's and Will Hill's?


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Screw you Friday. Whether or not he took them really shouldn't have any affect on whether or not he played well enough to go to the pro bowl. Whether he is stupid off the field or not shouldn't factor in on how well he has played.

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Screw you Friday. Whether or not he took them really shouldn't have any affect on whether or not he played well enough to go to the pro bowl. Whether he is stupid off the field or not shouldn't factor in on how well he has played.


If the appeal isn't overturned, he will be ruled ineligible for the pro bowl, so yea, it kind of does matter.


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Screw you Friday. Whether or not he took them really shouldn't have any affect on whether or not he played well enough to go to the pro bowl. Whether he is stupid off the field or not shouldn't factor in on how well he has played.


Forgive me, PERFORMANCE ENHANCING drugs have nothing to do with how a player plays. :roll:


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CB - Only one idiot left Sherman off his ballot


I'd call him the smart guy. Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.

i call 49er fan posing as a seahawk fan lol


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Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.[/quote]


I dont know if I have ever heard a true fan talk so anal and disloyal.I hope Sherman wins his appeal then finds you and punches you in the pie hole.

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Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.



I dont know if I have ever heard a true fan talk so anal and disloyal.I hope Sherman wins his appeal then finds you and punches you in the pie hole.[/quote]

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That list pretty much matches my ballot(s), except for Jon Ryan as punter.

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first off, this is a hawks board.... and second no hawk member took PED'S what they took was PEZ.

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That list pretty much matches my ballot(s), except for Jon Ryan as punter.


You don't have Russell Wilson at QB??


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I dont know if I have ever heard a true fan talk so anal and disloyal.I hope Sherman wins his appeal then finds you and punches you in the pie hole.


As a Seahawk fan, I like when players don't have to miss 25% of the season for stupid decisions of taking PEDs.

I guess your view is that because he's a Seahawk then he has free reign and doesn't have to be accountable. Gotcha.


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I dont know if I have ever heard a true fan talk so anal and disloyal.I hope Sherman wins his appeal then finds you and punches you in the pie hole.


As a Seahawk fan, I like when players don't have to miss 25% of the season for stupid decisions of taking PEDs.

I guess your view is that because he's a Seahawk then he has free reign and doesn't have to be accountable. Gotcha.


If he is cleared at appeal, are you still going to think he took them?

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That list pretty much matches my ballot(s), except for Jon Ryan as punter.


You don't have Russell Wilson at QB??


Wilson is the kind of QB who will rack up more Super Bowls than Pro Bowl nods or MVP awards.

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That list pretty much matches my ballot(s), except for Jon Ryan as punter.


You don't have Russell Wilson at QB??


Wilson is the kind of QB who will rack up more Super Bowls than Pro Bowl nods or MVP awards.



Well Troy Aikman (a QB i think Wilson compares well to) went to pro bowls. I definitely wouldn't count Wilson out yet....


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I dont know if I have ever heard a true fan talk so anal and disloyal.I hope Sherman wins his appeal then finds you and punches you in the pie hole.


As a Seahawk fan, I like when players don't have to miss 25% of the season for stupid decisions of taking PEDs.

I guess your view is that because he's a Seahawk then he has free reign and doesn't have to be accountable. Gotcha.



No my view is that Sherm is an absolute beast at corner that as of right now is only accused of taking peds.I have to believe a supposed fan that would say what you have is either not a fan or is the type of fan that doesnt like Richard Sherman because he is a very vocal and confident player that talks alot of trash.What U mad bro because we have good players that can talk trash to Tom Brady and back it up?Make whatever excuse you want to be a player hater.

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I dont know if I have ever heard a true fan talk so anal and disloyal.I hope Sherman wins his appeal then finds you and punches you in the pie hole.


As a Seahawk fan, I like when players don't have to miss 25% of the season for stupid decisions of taking PEDs.

I guess your view is that because he's a Seahawk then he has free reign and doesn't have to be accountable. Gotcha.


If he is cleared at appeal, are you still going to think he took them?


At this point in time, he is guilty. The sample was positive for PEDs.

If the appeal reverses the decision, then I will be very happy but many people are acting like this is an "innocent until proven guilty" situation, and it simply isn't. Sherman has been found guilty and the appeal process is to attempt to reverse the decision ruled on.


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No my view is that Sherm is an absolute beast at corner that as of right now is only accused of taking peds.


Incorrect. He failed the drug test and the ruling is a 4 game suspension. He is in the appeal process. The appeal process is the attempt to reverse the guilty ruling to innocent.


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Oh no, a Seahawk fan who doesn't have the same opinion as me.


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Seriously guys. I barely even post here, but it's ridiculous how quick you all are to defend Sherm in his appeals process. I get that you want him to win his appeal (so do I), but to defend someone that tested positive just because he is one of the most important cogs on the team is a little homerish (yeah, that's a word). Are you all really saying that you believe that he pinpointed his positive drug test to a time (two months prior) where he drank water out of a teammates water bottle that had crushed up Aderall in it? Do you all remember every sip of water you've taken in the past two months? Why didn't he have his own water? There are people being paid 50k+ to make sure the athletes on the Hawks are hydrated. Why did the other dude feel the need to freebase it? Didn't he try to say it was a player who had a prescription? Would that type of player be crushing it up to get a quicker release into his system?

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Oh no, a Seahawk fan who doesn't have the same opinion as me.


So, are you of the opinion that Richard Sherman doesn't have a Pro Bowl skill set? Or just that he doesn't deserve to be voted in to the actual pro bowl? Because it's blatantly obvious he's a top 5 corner, with and/or without PED's.


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Seriously guys. I barely even post here, but it's ridiculous how quick you all are to defend Sherm in his appeals process. I get that you want him to win his appeal (so do I), but to defend someone that tested positive just because he is one of the most important cogs on the team is a little homerish (yeah, that's a word). Are you all really saying that you believe that he pinpointed his positive drug test to a time (two months prior) where he drank water out of a teammates water bottle that had crushed up Aderall in it? Do you all remember every sip of water you've taken in the past two months? Why didn't he have his own water? There are people being paid 50k+ to make sure the athletes on the Hawks are hydrated. Why did the other dude feel the need to freebase it? Didn't he try to say it was a player who had a prescription? Would that type of player be crushing it up to get a quicker release into his system?

I applaud the poster who was being realistic.


He denied the water from a teammate story, none of us really know anything. The fact that he's still fighting knowing that he's risking missing playoff games gives me hope that he is being honest.


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Seriously guys. I barely even post here, but it's ridiculous how quick you all are to defend Sherm in his appeals process. I get that you want him to win his appeal (so do I), but to defend someone that tested positive just because he is one of the most important cogs on the team is a little homerish (yeah, that's a word). Are you all really saying that you believe that he pinpointed his positive drug test to a time (two months prior) where he drank water out of a teammates water bottle that had crushed up Aderall in it? Do you all remember every sip of water you've taken in the past two months? Why didn't he have his own water? There are people being paid 50k+ to make sure the athletes on the Hawks are hydrated. Why did the other dude feel the need to freebase it? Didn't he try to say it was a player who had a prescription? Would that type of player be crushing it up to get a quicker release into his system?

I applaud the poster who was being realistic.


I believe that Sherman already refuted the "I drank water out of a teammates water bottle theory" publicly, and with how secretive the whole PED process is, any actual assumption of what did or did not happen is speculation.

And for what it's worth, there ARE false positive tests, bad samples, bad handlers. Mistakes DO happen, not often, but enough that no one can "know" that he's "guilty". Did I mention it's all speculation?

Oh, and optimism (homerism!) and realism don't have to be mutually exclusive. They CAN coexist. There's a REAL chance that Sherman is telling the truth, or that the appeal could overturn the ruling and he wouldn't serve his suspension.


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I voted for Sherman, Gioc-a-meanie, Thomas, DangeRuss, Unger, Tate and Rice, and that was it.

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You guys are saying that he is refuting the "drinking from a teammates water bottle" story, but it was HIS initially excuse in the first place. He's trapped in a lie and is trying to ride it out for the team. We all know that is the truth. I'm glad he is doing it, because we'll stagger the suspensions..


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I'd call him the smart guy. Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.


Hey closet 49ers fan, don't let the door hit you on the ass on the way out. You're certainly not needed around here. If you feel that way, that's fine, but the way you said it and how you come off with it is horrible and juvenile.

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Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.



I dont know if I have ever heard a true fan talk so anal and disloyal.I hope Sherman wins his appeal then finds you and punches you in the pie hole.[/quote]

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You guys are saying that he is refuting the "drinking from a teammates water bottle" story, but it was HIS initially excuse in the first place. He's trapped in a lie and is trying to ride it out for the team. We all know that is the truth. I'm glad he is doing it, because we'll stagger the suspensions..

No it wasn't. It was reported that it was, but immediately after that came out Sherman was contacted and said there is no truth to that.

Sherman never said that, nobody representing Sherman ever said that, some unnamed NFL source reported it to some guy on Twitter. It turned out to be bogus.


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The test results came out in September, before the season even started. His performance is unquestionably pro bowl worthy and you can bet your house he hasn't been doing ped's to accomplish that.
I could understand in a case like the Smith brothers in Minny, where there performance came down to an average level after being popped but that is not the case here. Shermans performance this year has been all Sherman.

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You guys are saying that he is refuting the "drinking from a teammates water bottle" story, but it was HIS initially excuse in the first place. He's trapped in a lie and is trying to ride it out for the team. We all know that is the truth. I'm glad he is doing it, because we'll stagger the suspensions..

No it wasn't. It was reported that it was, but immediately after that came out Sherman was contacted and said there is no truth to that.

Sherman never said that, nobody representing Sherman ever said that, some unnamed NFL source reported it to some guy on Twitter. It turned out to be bogus.


BS. No we don't know that is the truth. Speak for yourself and let others do the same. Can you cite the source (an actual name) that originally published the 'teammate's water bottle' scenario? I'm doubtful, because I haven't heard or seen it anywhere else. If it came from Sherman or his agent, there has been no documentation of it and as stated, Sherman denied it immediately.

That does not mean he's innocent, but it indicates that there's no harm in withholding judgment until the process plays out along official procedures.

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Thought the whole real fan thing was a bannable offense?

I want Sherman to somehow win this appeal but the number of players failing this test over the past 2 yrs has been staggering and even the Seahawks have had several fail it. Sherman was getting the love and recognition he had been striving for only to have this hit him. He can recover from the hit but his popularity will plateau for awhile until this episode plays out and washes away over time.

We will know soon enough whether the suspension sticks. It will impact his ability to increase his market value. Really dismayed to see his name associated with these results.

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Get ready for Luck making the Pro-bowl and Wilson not making it. It's going to happen. The AFC is very thin at QB compared to the NFC. After Brady/Manning, it's not that great a list.


Not even as an alternate?

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Seriously guys. I barely even post here, but it's ridiculous how quick you all are to defend Sherm in his appeals process. I get that you want him to win his appeal (so do I), but to defend someone that tested positive just because he is one of the most important cogs on the team is a little homerish (yeah, that's a word). Are you all really saying that you believe that he pinpointed his positive drug test to a time (two months prior) where he drank water out of a teammates water bottle that had crushed up Aderall in it? Do you all remember every sip of water you've taken in the past two months? Why didn't he have his own water? There are people being paid 50k+ to make sure the athletes on the Hawks are hydrated. Why did the other dude feel the need to freebase it? Didn't he try to say it was a player who had a prescription? Would that type of player be crushing it up to get a quicker release into his system?

I applaud the poster who was being realistic.


First of all you must be living under a rock if you still think that the "water bottle" story is even remotely the truth. It was a debunked rumor. Thanks for playing though.


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I'd call him the smart guy. Sherman is the idiot for taking PEDs and should be left off the pro-bowl roster for sure.


Hey closet 49ers fan, don't let the door hit you on the ass on the way out. You're certainly not needed around here. If you feel that way, that's fine, but the way you said it and how you come off with it is horrible and juvenile.

That's funny.

When the original poster calls an analyst an idiot for not including Richard Sherman on the Pro Bowl, then thats perfectly acceptable, but when a Seahawk fan is not happy about Seahawk players who test positive for PEDs then that means they are juvenille.


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Friday? you are about as popular around here as a turd in a punchbowl.
First off, YOU don't have proof one way or the other about Sherman. :141847_bnono:


The proof is that he tested positive test for PEDs.


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Friday? you are about as popular around here as a turd in a punchbowl.
First off, YOU don't have proof one way or the other about Sherman. :141847_bnono:


The proof is that he tested positive test for PEDs.


Then why hasn't he been suspended yet?

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Friday? you are about as popular around here as a turd in a punchbowl.
First off, YOU don't have proof one way or the other about Sherman. :141847_bnono:


The proof is that he tested positive test for PEDs.


Then why hasn't he been suspended yet?


Because there is a procedure that is followed by the NFL and NFLPA, just like a judicial system. Before a player misses any games, he has the right to appeal the ruling.

An appeal is an attempt to change the ruling. He has already been found "guilty". He is just going to the next level of the system to try and get that ruling reversed.


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Not to turn this into a PED thread


Good job.

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The proof is that he tested positive test for PEDs.


Then why hasn't he been suspended yet?


Because there is a procedure that is followed by the NFL and NFLPA, just like a judicial system. Before a player misses any games, he has the right to appeal the ruling.

An appeal is an attempt to change the ruling. He has already been found "guilty". He is just going to the next level of the system to try and get that ruling reversed.


So there could be a change in the ruling if maybe perhaps he wasn't actually guilty? Because maybe, just maybe, he isn't actually guilty which is why he is fighting. You know, it's not like a player has ever won an appeal before, right?

Sherm isn't guilty yet because he hasn't been suspended. He gets an appeal because there could be error on the so-called "positive" test. If there could be no error and he was guilty then he would already be serving his suspension.

Just face it whinerfrenzy, there's a chance Sherm isn't guilty. Why you painted yourself into this very corner is beyond me, but you really have no leg to stand on here.

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Friday=9er fan :141847_bnono:
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I have been a Seahawk fan for almost 15 years. Just because I do not think that Sherman can do no wrong and that he should be held accountable for taking PEDs and putting the Seahawk organization in a worse spot does not mean I am a 49er fan.

If Sherman's appeal does not change the ruling, then he will most likely miss the last 1-2 games of the season and 2-3 playoff games. As a Seahawk fan, how can you not think that is detrimental to the team? If it is detrimental to the team, how can you just give Sherman a free pass for that?


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