So an interesting thought occurred to me as I watched Rodgers simply shred the Falcons.....
The NFC got their Pro Bowl QB's all wrong, and I don't mean "well he was snubbed but there were so many good possibilities that it's understandable wrong" I mean they were down right foolish wrong. This is a bit of a change of heart from when the announcement came out. Ryan had a great year and led his team to the number 1 seat in the playoffs. Mike Vick had a great year and was a compelling story. Brees won the Saints the Super Bowl last year and put them in a position to win it again. Good group really.
But where are they now?
The realization that spurred my conclusion that the voters should be embarrassed of the QB's being sent to Hawaii, is that each of the QB's who were selected were eliminated in their first game of the playoffs. Two of those selected (the top two by the by) were easily out played by Rodgers. Those same two also had their seasons basically end on a Tramon Williams interception (Williams being another Pro Bowl snub).
So now the last three QB's standing in the NFC are Cutler, Hasselback, and Rodgers. Boy, did those Pro Bowl voters just get that one wrong this year.