Peyton Manning and Adrian Peterson may have been obvious selections for the AFC and NFC Pro Bowl rosters, which were announced last night.
But, to many, the same could be said of Richard Sherman and Alfred Morris.
And yet the Seahawks cornerback and Redskins rookie running back were left off the roster entirely, leading a group of snubbed players and resulting in a series of shocked, angry Tweets.
"@RSherman_25 is the only player in NFL history to have 5+ ints, 3FF, 2TDs, and a sack. i guess he is too good for the pro bowl," reads one confused message, though accusations of performance-enhancing drugs likely affected Sherman's chances.
Others with strong cases to be made for the postseason game include Morris, the fourth leading rusher in the NFL; as well as Dez Bryant, who has the second most touchdown grabs in the league.
Of course, if you added these players, the question must be asked: Who should be taken off the roster?
And another question must also be asked: Who the heck cares about the Pro Bowl?!?