STEELERS: Leads the NFL in Pro-Bowl Selections

We may have lost this past Sunday on the most frustrating call of the season—but while the NFL still can’t tell you what constitutes a good catch, the NFL voter can tell you who a good player is. 

And it seems to be a Steelers player as Pittsburgh had a league-best eight selections in the 2018 Pro Bowl.

The Killer B's: Antonio Brown, Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and they now include a fourth “B,” kicker Chris Boswell—considering he bailed them out with a capital “B” during their last three wins with incredible kicks as time expired—all made the 2018 roster.

Steelers’ linebacker Ryan Shazier also made the roster but of course will not play after suffering a season-ending spinal injury earlier this month.

Also on the list, Linemen David DeCastro, Alejandro Villanueva, and Maurkice Pouncey.

The game—if you want to call it that—will be played the week before the Super Bowl on January 28th in Orlando, Florida.

In the NFC, the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles tied for tops in the conference with six picks apiece. The Eagles, of course, were led by another player who suffered a season ending injury—QB Carson Wentz—meaning the Saints’ QB Drew Brees—who was also voted in—is sure to get the start.

Hopefully...our Steelers won't be able to play due to playing in the Super Bowl



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