Maurkice Pouncey, Lawrence Timmons and Antonio Brown were the Pittsburgh Steelers’ participants in the 2014 Pro Bowl (Ben Roethlisberger and Le’Veon Bell chose not to play). In a game that was full of big offensive plays and some joking around, the Steelers’ participants shined.
Brown led team Carter with 9 catches for 96 yards. Brown hands and excellent quickness were on display once again. His biggest play of the game came on a 30 yard reception. If anything Brown proved he could have a above average game with different quarterbacks. For Pouncey it was a joy for him to play alongside his brother Mike Pouncey. Pouncey agility and strength was on display once again,proving why he is multi time pro bowler.
Middle linebacker Timmons recorded 9 tackles which led team Carter. Timmons had to show his speed with so many passes being thrown. Timmons has been deserving of a pro bowl Invitation for the past couple of seasons. With his performance he will definitely be on the radar for another visit if he has a stellar 2015-2016 regular season.The 2015 pro bowl was not the best pro bowl, but for sure was not the worst. With Brown and Timmons leading their team in their respective categories, it shows that they came to play the game with serious effort which is definitely the Steeler way. It it also a major plus that none of the Steeler players were injured. With this game being a game to have some fun hopefully Pouncey, Brown, and Timmons will carry that energy into the off-season and beyond.
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