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    Pro Bowl Alternates (Omar)

    Omar Kelly @OmarKelly
    Paul Soliai, Randy Starks, Richie Incognito, Brian Hartline and Reggie Bush are all Pro Bowl alternates.





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    How is Jones, Dansby and Pouncey not in the mix?
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    @ Incognito there that must be a joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertical Limit View Post
    @ Incognito there that must be a joke.
    I know Incognito gets a lot of flack and doesnt fit the zone blocking scheme but...

    https://www.profootballfocus.com/blo...phins-week-16/

    Dominance Up Front
    There is green all along the Dolphins’ offensive line as the big guys up front controlled the trench battle against Buffalo’s defense. They were a huge factor in Miami’s running game picking up 182 yards on 35 carries (5.2 yards/carry). Left guard Richie Incognito led the way with a +3.7 grade that consisted of a perfect day in pass protection and a strong game opening holes for the Miami running attack.

    PFF Game Ball
    With green grades all along the offensive line, it’d be easy to give the game ball to the entire front five, but LG Richie Incognito gets the nod for his perfect day in pass protection and stellar run blocking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYPhin24 View Post
    I know Incognito gets a lot of flack and doesnt fit the zone blocking scheme but...

    https://www.profootballfocus.com/blo...phins-week-16/

    Dominance Up Front
    There is green all along the Dolphins’ offensive line as the big guys up front controlled the trench battle against Buffalo’s defense. They were a huge factor in Miami’s running game picking up 182 yards on 35 carries (5.2 yards/carry). Left guard Richie Incognito led the way with a +3.7 grade that consisted of a perfect day in pass protection and a strong game opening holes for the Miami running attack.

    PFF Game Ball
    With green grades all along the offensive line, it’d be easy to give the game ball to the entire front five, but LG Richie Incognito gets the nod for his perfect day in pass protection and stellar run blocking.
    Another confirmation that PFF's grading system is a joke...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Phin View Post
    Another confirmation that PFF's grading system is a joke...
    Why?? From what I saw, Incognito did do some good work against Buffalo. Do you have evidence to the contrary?

    On the other hand, there's no way he belongs in the Pro Bowl based on one good week, but PFF would confirm that too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GasPed View Post
    Why?? From what I saw, Incognito did do some good work against Buffalo. Do you have evidence to the contrary?

    On the other hand, there's no way he belongs in the Pro Bowl based on one good week, but PFF would confirm that too!
    Fair enough he was good against Buffalo... BUT before that, his last good game was the Jets game
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertical Limit View Post
    @ Incognito there that must be a joke.
    Icognito, but not Jones? at anybody that uses the pro bowl as a reason to keep a player.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    Icognito, but not Jones? at anybody that uses the pro bowl as a reason to keep a player.
    To be fair, Jones is hideous at Guard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden Fox View Post
    Omar Kelly @OmarKelly
    Paul Soliai, Randy Starks, Richie Incognito, Brian Hartline and Reggie Bush are all Pro Bowl alternates.





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    How is Jones, Dansby and Pouncey not in the mix?
    as I put in the Pro Bowl thread, Jones and Pouncey can't get a break.

    I think the issue is that unless you are a big name or having an unbelievably insane season statistically, you get noticed a year too late. Happend with Yeremiah Bell, Starks, and Solia in the past.

    Last year in Daboll's offense Incognito was absolutely a pro bowler, this year? Hell no. Reggie you can at least make a case for this year.

    With LBs, the big names are always going to get in. While Dansby and Burnett both had very good years, they just don't have a lot of impact stats. They've made some saving plays, but they need to hold on to those INTs.

    At the same time, as maddening as Incog's play has been this year, I am happy people realize he's got talent and is more than a dirty player. He's just not good for a Zone Blocking Scheme
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