Pro Bowl snubs
Sherman was the most obvious snub as the NFL announced the annual AFC and NFC Pro Bowl teams. While Sherman's positive test for a performance enhancing drug undoubtedly weighed on his failure to get selected by the three-pronged process of fan, player and coach balloting, there is one overriding issue when considering his case.
Sherman was better than everybody in the league at his position. And it wasn't close, according to some.
"I know we didn't vote for him and the only reason was the [PEDs]," a receivers coach from an NFC team said Wednesday evening. "I know he's appealing, but you don't want to send the wrong message.
"But if you just want to talk about how he played, he was great. When I say he was the best corner in the league, I'm telling you that it wasn't really that close."
Sherman enters the final game of the regular season with seven interceptions (tied for second in the league), three forced fumbles and one touchdown. The score came after a blocked field goal that he returned Sunday night in a lopsided win over San Francisco.
More importantly, Sherman is part of a Seahawks defense that has been the foundation of what appears to be a serious playoff contender.
With that in mind, here's a list of the five players who were snubbed and the five who shouldn't have made it:
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