With the Pro Bowl yesterday and looking at the players who did make it, you have to believe the Rams have a bright future in the game and there is no doubt that more than two Rams will make the game next season.
Earlier today we looked at the Rams players that could make the Pro Bowl next season, now here are the defensive players who could make the 2015 Pro Bowl. Here are a few Rams defensive players that could make the all-star game next season, of course, providing that there is one.
There is no doubt that linebacker Alec Ogletree will have a legitimate shot at the Pro Bowl next season. Ogletree had a great rookie year, and he should only get better and fix some of the things that he didn’t do so well last season.
Ogletree wasn’t rated that high on Pro Football Focus, but when he was on the field, which was for most of the game, he made plays and he made an impact.
It will be difficult for Ogletree to make it as the NFL is pretty deep at outside linebacker, but if Ogletree plays well enough he should definitely make the Pro Bowl.
With offenses putting more focus on Robert Quinn next season Chris Long should definitely get back to playing at the Pro Bowl level he is used to playing at. After a “disappointing” 2013 season, it is very possible that Chris Long could bounce back in 2014 and get a shot at lining up across from Quinn in Hawaii.
There is no doubt that Janoris Jenkins has a lot of potential, he showed that in his rookie season. The biggest problem that Jenkins had last season was the defensive play calling and not having a decent safety to help him out.
Another year and offseason to improve and Jenkins could end up in Hawaii. It will be difficult and could be a reach, but there is no doubt Jenkins has the ability to be a Pro Bowl cornerback.
These are only the players that could make it next year that didn’t make it this year. Obviously Robert Quinn has a very good shot at making the Pro Bowl once again in 2015.
Obviously as fans you hope your players don’t make the Pro Bowl as you would rather them be in the Super Bowl, but if it’s one thing the Pro Bowl does is that it gives players on smaller market teams like the Rams some recognition, and really what more could you ask for?