Pro Bowl Odds AFC Roster Run-Down

Pro Bowl odds for the NFC team begins and ends with the offense. While it’s all but impossible to try and handicap an all-star squad, especially when it comes to the Pro Bowl betting lines.

On paper the NFC offense looks to have the upper hand in the Pro Bowl. It’s not so much that the players for the AFC Pro Bowl odds squad are inferior as much as the fact that the NFC starting Pro Bowl betting offense is loaded with familiarity.

Pro Bowl odds fans are by now well aware that the starting QB and both wide outs for the NFC team in the Pro Bowl odds will be from the Arizona Cardinals. The trio of Kurt Warner, Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald will be the NFC’s greatest weapon against a very, very stout AFC defense that will start opposite them in the Pro Bowl odds competition. Familiarity in these types of games should not be discounted and the fact that the players from these three key positions have been playing together for years could be the most important variable in this year’s Pro Bowl odds.

Rounding out the NFC’s Pro Bowl odds starting offense is Adrian Peterson, the best running back in the Pro Bowl betting, tight end Jason Witten of the Cowboys as well as a talented and enormous offensive line. What could prove to be very important to the Pro Bowl odds outcome is the second unit of the NFC’s offense which will also have to go against a stifling AFC defense in the Pro Bowl betting. Backup running backs Michael Turner and Clinton Portis are both beasts between the tackles and if the NFC can get an early lead in the Pro Bowl odds behind Warner and co., these backs can burn up clock and control the ball, which would most likely deliver a Pro Bowl odds win to the NFC.

On defense the NFC brings the heat up front with Pro Bowl odds regulars Julius Peppers and Justin Tuck. At linebacker, standouts Patrick Willis and DeMarcus Ware will be tasked with clogging the middle and harassing the AFC’s QB when the Pro Bowl action gets underway. The secondary is also stacked with Green Bay ball hawk Charles Woodson and Minnesota’s Antoine Winfield, a relative new comer to the Pro Bowl odds competition. The NFC also has one of the best in the game; a strong safety in Adrian Wilson who’s quickly becoming a fixture in the Pro Bowl odds.
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