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Who would win?
Pro Bowl Teams 55%  55%  [ 12 ]
Ravens and 49ers 45%  45%  [ 10 ]
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 Post subject: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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Which squad would win in a game...the AFC Pro Bowl team (sans Ravens players) and NFC Team (sans 49er players) or the Ravens and 49ers?


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 Post subject: Re: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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So the best players in the league versus a handful of pro bowlers and the other guys...


hmmm...

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 Post subject: Re: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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I vote for the teams/players that have been together all year.


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 Post subject: Re: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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The Super Bowl teams. Easily. No team chemistry, particularly on the O-line and D-line, would get exposed. Quickly. Not to mention, half these guys are used to completely different schemes both offensively and defensively, and that they'd only be able to stick to simple plays due to not all having memorized the same playbook.

Really, it wouldn't even be close.

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 Post subject: Re: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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Considering it's a hypothetical, I'm assuming the pro bowlers know the playbook and are on the same page...otherwise the question should be reworked.


With that in mind, I'm taking Pro Bowlers all day.

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 Post subject: Re: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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This has been tried. See: Eagles, Philadelphia

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 Post subject: Re: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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SmokinHawk wrote:
This has been tried. See: Eagles, Philadelphia


Zing. #PureTruth

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 Post subject: Re: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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If the probowl players had enough time to sync up, then them I guess.

A month .


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 Post subject: Re: Pro Bowl Team vs Super Bowl Representative.
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I'm really surprised at how many people took the Pro Bowlers in this poll. Short of having some serious extended time to practice, scrimmage, and work/plan together, any average regular NFL team would tear them apart.

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