It was announced during the MNF game between the Packers and the Rams that Aaron Donald and Jaire Alexander were the first two players to make the Pro Bowl roster.

It was Wednesday night when the NFL announced the full rosters for the Pro Bowl. While the Eagles have their sights set on playing in February. That didn’t stop a total of 17 Eagles getting nominated for the Pro Bowl as Starters and Alternates!

You can watch a video of Nick Sirianni listing off all the players here.

The Starters

There was 8 Eagles named as Starters for this years Pro Bowl. Including:

  • QB Jalen Hurts (1st)
  • WR A.J. Brown (2nd)
  • RB Miles Sanders (1st)
  • LG Landon Dickerson (1st)
  • RT Lane Johnson (4th)
  • C Jason Kelce (6th)
  • OLB Haason Reddick (1st)
  • CB Darius Slay (4th)

There were definitely some snubs. While they can’t nominate the entire roster from one team. We’ll discuss the snubs after we go through the Alternates

The Alternates

While the Eagles had 8 Starters, they also had another 9 Alternates listed for the Pro Bowl. So just in case your favorite Eagle didn’t make the Starter cut, they should hopefully be an Alternate if the Eagles attend the Pro Bowl.

  • WR DeVonta Smith
  • LT Jordan Mailata
  • RG Isaac Seumalo
  • DT Javon Hargrave
  • DT Fletcher Cox
  • DE Brandon Graham
  • DE Josh Sweat
  • CB James Bradberry
  • LS Rick Lovato

Surely some of these players could have won a starting position on the NFC Roster. Javon Hargrave lead the NFC in Sacks by a DT, and lead fan voting for the position. With Aaron Donald being shut down for the remainder of the season. That being said, Hargrave should hopefully make his 2nd Pro Bowl appearance.

 

The Snubs

This is the part that stings.

The Eagles had 2 players that more than certainly got snubbed from the Pro Bowl roster. Namely S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson and TE Dallas Goedert. Both players with enough status to make the Pro Bowl. Before his injury, Gardner-Johnson led the league in interceptions, and still does! despite missing the last 4 games, Gardner-Johnson remains at the top of the INT leaders with 6.

Dallas Goedert was also in for a career year. 544 Yards and 3 Touchdowns before an unfortunate injury that saw him miss 5 games. Returning against the Cowboys in Week 16 and Goedert put up 67 yards to keep himself 3rd in TE Receiving Yards within the NFC.

 

Was there an Eagle more deserving of a Pro Bowl Starting position? Let us know how you feel about the Starters and Alternates, and if there’s anyone else the league might have missed.

 

Go Birds.

 

Photo Credit: Mitchell Leff / Getty Images

 

 

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