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2012 NFL Playoffs Expert Picks: Pro Bowl

This Sunday, the NFL once more descends on Hawaii. What will this year's crop of all-stars do to impress? (destination360.com)

The Pro Bowl is here, which mean’s it’s now officially Super Bowl week! Not that many people care about the Pro Bowl right now, but a lot of great players are in it, especially with teams like Green Bay and New Orleans getting booted early.

All that talent, especially that from the NFC, is what led everyone to unanimously pick the NFC squad to pick up the win. Green Bay’s coaching staff doesn’t hurt, either. And it looks like the MVP of the game will be a quarterback, according to most of our picks. The only question is whether it will be Drew Brees or Aaron Rodgers.

As usual, it’ll worth two points for anyone who guesses the winner of any game, one point if they can guess combined touchdown totals of the two teams to within one (or two points if they guess the total exactly right) and one point if they can guess the total passing yardage of each game’s top passer to within 50 (or two points if they get within 10). As a bonus for the Pro Bowl round, correctly guessing the game’s MVP is worth one point.

So there you have it. With the rules in mind, check below for everyone’s game picks, and check back Monday evening for the results.

Name Aryeh John Josh KC Zach
NFC vs.
AFC
Winner NFC NFC NFC NFC NFC
TDs 10 10 5 12 11
Passing Yards 200 212 150 280 178
MVP LeSean McCoy Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers Drew Brees Drew Brees
Total
Points
26 17 19 28 27

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