Pro Bowl Selections Show Which Teams Draft Best

For a Green Bay Packers to have no players going to a Pro Bowl is a certain pointer a group is not producing star players like they used to. Maybe we can learn something from 4 teams that are doing most better: a Steelers (8 Pro Bowlers), a Eagles and Saints (6 each), and a NFC North champs, a Vikings (4).

The following stats are from 2006 by 2017, starting with a no-Pro-Bowler home team. All 5 teams, due to their many wins, likewise have had few late altogether breeze picks over this 12-year period.

Packers – 2 losing seasons, 8 double-digit-win seasons; tip picks: 5th in 2006, 9th in 2009

Steelers – no losing seasons, 8 double-digit-win seasons; tip picks: 15th in 2007 and 2014

  • QB Ben Roethlisberger – Rd. 1/2004
  • RB Le‘Veon Bell – Rd. 2/2013
  • WR Antonio Brown – Rd. 6/2010
  • T Alejandro Villanueva – U/2010
  • G David DeCastro – Rd. 1/2012
  • C Maurkice Pouncey – Rd. 1/2010
  • LB Ryan Shazier – Rd. 1/2014

Eagles – 3 losing seasons given 2006, 6 double-digit-win seasons; tip picks: 2nd in 2016, 4th in 2013

  • QB Carson Wentz – Rd. 1/2016
  • TE Zach Ertz – Rd. 2/2013
  • T Lane Johnson – Rd.1/2013
  • G Brandon Brooks – Rd. 3/2012
  • DL Fletcher Cox – Rd. 1/2012
  • SS Malcolm Jenkins – Rd. 1/2009

Saints – 5 losing seasons given 2006, 6 double-digit-win seasons; tip picks: 11th in 2017, 12th in 2016, 13th in 2015

  • RB Alvin Kamara – Rd. 3/2017
  • RB Mark Ingram – Rd. 1/2011
  • WR Michael Thomas – Rd. 2/2016
  • DE Cameron Jordan – Rd. 1/2011
  • CB Marshon Lattimore – Rd. 1/2017

Vikings – 5 losing teams given 2006, 5 double-digit-win seasons; tip picks 4th in 2012, 7th in 2007

  • WR Adam Thielen – U/2013
  • DE Everson Griffen – Rd. 4/2010
  • OLB Anthony Barr – Rd. 1/2014
  • CB Xavier Rhodes – Rd. 1/2013

Summary

Without a doubt, first-round breeze success is essential to carrying a star-studded roster.

Pittsburgh’s 7 PB’ers (I didn’t embody their kicker) embody 4 first-rounders, a second rounder, and one of dual undrafted players out of these 23. Six of 7 were drafted from 2010-14.

Philadelphia in only 2012 and 2013 drafted 4 PB’ers. Overall they’ve strike on 4 first-rounders.

Three of New Orleans PB’ers came from turn one, dual in turn two, and one in turn three.

Three of Minnesota’s PB’ers were drafted in 2013 or 2014, including undrafted phenom Thielen.

While these 4 teams were excelling on that initial breeze day, a Packers final 6 tip picks, all defenders, have to date unsuccessful to possess star peculiarity – however, Kenny Clark (2016) is a intensity destiny All-Pro. Justin Harrell (2007), Derek Sherrod (2011), and Datone Jones (2013) constructed small or no value whatsoever.

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