After all the Pro Bowl voting mayhem of recent weeks, this year's rosters have finally been revealed. Depending on the team you root for, some surprises might be in store for you.
The Los Angeles Chargers lead the league in Pro Bowlers this year with seven selections, while the Chiefs and Steelers fall right behind them with six overall selections.
Some notable snubs in the quarterback department are Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck, who have both been having terrific seasons. The snubs look even worse considering the fact that Aaron Rodgers was selected, despite having a poor season overall compared to his standards.
Tom Brady also made it in, and the same argument could be made for him as with Rodgers. Another fan favorite in Odell Beckham Jr. did not make the Pro Bowl this year, but that one's arguable.
In the NFC, the Cowboys, Saints, and Bears lead the conference with five players each selected to the Pro Bowl. No surprise there.
As it is with every year, some fans will be dismayed that their stars didn't make it, but that's just the nature of the Pro Bowl. Overall, we'd say these are all reasonable selections this time around, outside of the glaring omissions in the quarterback position.