2011 Pro Bowl Rosters: Tom Brady And Maurice Jones-Drew Hold Marquee AFC Offensive Spots

The AFC offensive Pro Bowl lineup features only two New England Patriots, but one of those is the conference’s top quarterback, Tom Brady. He’s joined by starting guard Logan Mankins. The Pro Bowl won’t welcome as much offensive talent from the NFL’s best team as it will from the San Diego Chargers, who missed the playoffs. What can you do?

The Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs sent three players each, but the Pittsburgh Steelers lone offensive representative is a rookie center. Maurkice Pouncey, who struggled early on with snaps to Steelers quarterbacks, is the only offensive rookie to make this year’s Pro Bowl.

Quarterback

Tom Brady, Patriots
Philip Rivers, Chargers
Peyton Manning, Colts

Running back

Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars
Arian Foster, Texans
Jamaal Charles, Chiefs

Fullback

Vonta Leach, Texans

Wide receiver

Andre Johnson, Texans
Reggie Wayne, Colts
Brandon Lloyd, Broncos
Dwayne Bowe, Chiefs

Tight end

Antonio Gates, Chargers
Marcedes Lewis, Jaguars

Tackle

Jake Long, Dolphins
Joe Thomas, Browns
D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Jets

Guard

Kris Dielman, Chargers
Logan Mankins, Patriots
Brian Waters, Chiefs

Center

Nick Mangold, Jets
Maurkice Pouncey, Steelers

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