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The 2012 Pro Bowl will be the NFL's all-star game for the 2011 season. It will take place at 7:00 p.m. EST (2:00 p.m. local time) on Sunday, January 29, 2012 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.


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Watch Pro Bowl online. The Denver Broncos will have two more Pro Bowl participant in two weeks when the 2012 Pro Bowl takes place in Hawaii. Denver Broncos offensive tackle Ryan Clady was named an alternate when rosters were announced and now he has been chosen to be on the AFC roster with the Miami Dolphins' Jake Long out due to injury.


Pro Bowl 2012 live stream. Clady has played in every game over his first four years and made multiple Pro Bowls.


Joining him will be running back Willis McGahee, also an alternate when the rosters were announced. He replaces Houston Texans' running back Arian Foster. McGahee is in his second Pro Bowl.


The Broncos' other participants are linebacker Von Miller, defensive end Elvis Dumervil and cornerback Champ Bailey. Tim Tebow, Brian Dawkins, Matt Prater and Britton Colquitt were also named alternates, but the latter three are unlikely to make it. Tebow, though, could go if two out of Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and Philip Rivers bow out. Tebow is supposedly the second alternate.

Another 49er who was not exactly snubbed from being left off the Pro Bowl roster, but could be snubbed from winning defensive rookie of the year is Aldon Smith. Aldon Smith was responsible for 14 sacks and was one sack short of breaking Jevon Kearse's rookie sack record. And he did all of this is on a limited basis. But like Alex Smith's situation, the guys who were elected to the Pro Bowl roster instead were more productive. Jared Allen was within a sack of breaking Michael Strahan's record for most sacks in a season, while Jason Babin was responsible for 18 sacks, and Pierre-Paul for 16.5. Also some will see the fact that Aldon played on a limited basis as a reason why he shouldn't be in the Pro Bowl, as he had less responsibilities than other defensive ends. It is worth noting that this could hurt him in winning defensive rookie of the year, as his competition, Von Miller, who even though registered three less sacks than Aldon, played a higher percentage of snaps.


And all of this talk about defensive linemen reminds me of the season that Ray McDonald had. Yes Ray McDonald only registered 5.5 sacks, but that's a lot for a 3-4 lineman. You have to remember that he's a 3-4 lineman, and in the 3-4, the linebackers get the sacks, not the lineman. He also is responsible for a bunch of qb hurries. You can't give all of the credit to Isaac Sopoaga for the 49ers run defense being stout, as McDonald certainly did his part to make it nearly impossible for opposing RBs to find the end zone. But 3-4 lineman are usually categorized as 'interior linemen' in Pro Bowl rosters, and the 49ers already have one 'interior linemen' elected to the Pro Bowl roster, Justin Smith. And like with Navarro Bowman, players that play the same position, or in this case categorized by the same position, and play on the same team are rarely both elected to the Pro Bowl.


As mentioned previously, every fan feels like the team they follow wasn't properly represented in the Pro Bowl. Sure enough as a 49ers fan I feel like the 49ers weren't properly represented. But I have to remember that before this season the only players that we could bet on being elected to the Pro Bowl were Patrick Willis and Andy Lee. This season though we have eight 49ers selected to the Pro Bowl. And more could be on the way if other players withdraw from the game. But I think I speak for all 49er fans when I say that I wouldn't have a problem with seeing none of the 49ers in the Pro Bowl, and rather in the Super Bowl.

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