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The NFL announced the 2013 Pro Bowl rosters last night, with the Miami Dolphins sending Cameron Wake. However, the Dolphins also saw multiple players worthy of making the all-star contest get snubbed. But, which snub was the biggest?
The Miami Dolphins had one player, defensive end Cameron Wake, named to the 2013 Pro Bowl last night. Wake currently has 15 sacks on the year, a career high, with one game remaining. All season, Wake has been listed as the top pass rusher in the league by Pro Football Focus, and is more than deserving of the starting slot he has on the Pro Bowl roster.
However, it's the players who were not on the roster that are newsworthy right now. Players like center Mike Pouncey and punter Brandon Fields were among the Pro Bowl snubs. But even those are not the only players on the Dolphins who could have been sent to Hawaii in February.
This morning, we ask, which Dolphins player should have been on the Pro Bowl roster? Which player was the biggest snub?
Feel free to discuss in the comments below, and make sure to vote in the poll.
Which Miami Dolphins player was the biggest Pro Bowl snub?
Reggie Bush (18 votes)
Brian Hartline (35 votes)
Mike Pouncey (178 votes)
Reshad Jones (95 votes)
Marcus Thigpen (7 votes)
Brandon Fields (155 votes)
488 total votes