Los Angeles Rams: 4 biggest snubs from 2019 Pro Bowl
By Dan Parzych
Here are the top 3 snubs from the 2019 Pro Bowl in regards to the Los Angeles Rams.
On Tuesday, the NFL released their 2019 Pro Bowl selections, and as expected, there are plenty of snubs worth discussing, especially when it comes to the Los Angeles Rams.
With the NFC West champions sitting in the No. 2 spot at the moment in the NFC with an 11-3 record, it really shouldn’t come as a surprise to hear Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Aaron Donald, and Cory Littleton receive spots on the roster.
However, when looking at the kind of seasons some of the other players are putting together to put Los Angeles in their current position as a top contender in the NFC, it was surprising to see some of Sean McVay‘s key players be left off the list.
Of course, the preference for the Rams would be no players ended up playing in this year’s Pro Bowl since this would mean the team is representing the NFC in Atlanta for the Super Bowl.
Still, it’s kind of frustrating to see certain members of Los Angeles get snubbed from this year’s Pro Bowl when seeing how a case can be made over how they deserve to make it over certain individuals.
As mentioned before, this frustration could obviously become meaningless over the next month or so if the Rams do in fact end up representing the NFC in the Super Bowl down in Atlanta. But for the sake of football fans finding out which players made the cut this year, here are the top four snubs in regards to the Rams for this year’s Pro Bowl.