Pro Bowl 2016 roster announced: Cam Newton, J.J. Watt lead the way
The 2016 Pro Bowl Wholesale NBA Jerseys roster was announced Tuesday night, making up the pools of players to be drafted by teams captained by Michael Irvin and Jerry Rice in the week leading up to the game. Cam Newton and J.J. Watt unsurprisingly highlight the 2016 roster, with Newton leading his team to an undefeated season and Watt being a steady fan favorite.
The Pro Bowl is no longer an AFC vs. NFC matchup, but rather Cheap Jerseys 90 two teams drafted by former NFL greats. Last year's competition was led by Hall of Fame receivers Michael Irvin and Cris Carter; the year before was Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders. Both Irvin and Rice won their respective year's Pro Bowl, and will be competing for the undefeated accolade in 2016.
He needs 578 yards passing in his final Wholesale Jerseys NFL two games to become just the third rookie ever to throw for 4,000 yards, joining Cam Newton (2011) and Andrew Luck (2012) in that exclusive group. With 20 touchdown passes in 14 games, he also has a shot to break the rookie Basketball Jerseys Cheap record of 26 that is shared by Peyton Manning (1998) and Russell Wilson (2012).
The Bears, meanwhile, need one NFL Jerseys Cheap more win to surpass their total from last year. Although Chicago is going to miss the postseason for the eighth time in nine years, John Fox's debut season has been far from a total disaster.
Notably, the team has shown significant improvement on the defensive side of the ball. One year after ranking a dismal 31st in points allowed and 30th in yards allowed, the Bears are now 20th in scoring defense and 12th in total defense.
The experts are leaning toward the home team in this matchup. Most of the ESPN panel is picking Tampa Bay, as are six of the eight guys at CBS Sports. Seven of our eight panelists at SB Nation are also taking the Buccaneers over the Bears.