Only two Cowboys made the Pro Bowl this year--DeMarcus Ware and Jason Ratliff. There must have been some sort of mathematical error in the voting, because Jason Witten was left off of this years Pro-Bowl roster. Believe it or not, this is actually the most understandable snub, as Graham had a great year, and Gonzalez's year was comparable to Witten's.
Tony Romo got snubbed over Eli Manning. Manning, he of the 90.3 rating and 26:16 TD:INT ratio got the nod over same-record Tony Romo, who had a 102.2 passer rating and a 29:9 TD:INT ratio. I know Eli is a Manning, and therefore a media darling, so of course every 4th quarter pass he's made will be viewed through rose-colored lenses, but the fact is that Romo has been just as good in the 4th quarter this season.
Tyron Smith anybody? Apparently not. The three guys listed are all pretty deserving, but you'd think a Cowboy could catch a break somewhere. Same goes for Sean Lee. The impact of Patrick Willis and Brian Urlacher is undeniable, but Sean Lee has been all world this year as well--even with the club on his wrist.
Dan Bailey should get the nod over Akers, but since San Francisco can't actually score touchdowns, Akers gets the stats and the Pro Bowl nod instead.
Just my thoughts. Lots of deserving players made the Pro Bowl this year, but only two Cowboys did. There are a few obvious instances where Cowboys should have gotten the nod, and too many instances where it was simply a toss-up, and yet we didn't win any of those either.