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Question of the Day 12/06

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19 DAYS 'TIL COLTSMAS !!

Sorry this question is being posted a little late this week !!

How many Colts do you believe LEGITIMATELY belong in this years Pro Bowl ??

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Reggie Wayne

Belong, voted in, and actually go are three different things.

Reggie probably is in all three. If four QBs go, then Andrew should be one of them. If its three, who does he deserve to go in front of?

Mathis.

That's probably it on the 'belong' side.

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Reggie for sure. McAfee but will probably lose. Lefeged for special teams. Freeman but not sure if the rest of the league knows enough about him yet. Allen has as good of a shot as any other "fullback" out there. Mathis or Freeney maybe on name recongination alone not because they should go. Luck has a shot but my guess is that he finishes behind manning, Brady, and Schaub, big ben, or flacco but one or two of those guys may miss due to withdrawing for one reason or another so I could see luck going as an alternate.

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