Adams, Rodgers Picked for Pro Bowl

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Packers Davante Adams Picked for Pro Bowl

GREEN BAY, WI – DECEMBER 02: Davante Adams #17 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates with fans after scoring a touchdown during the first half of a game against the Arizona Cardinals at Lambeau Field on December 2, 2018 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

Let the Pro Bowl debates begin. With the season coming to an end, the selections are out and two Packers made the cut: Davante Adams and Aaron Rodgers.

Adams made the Pro Bowl a year ago as an injury replacement. In 2018, there’s no waiting game for the Packers wide receiver. Adams, who is in the midst of a career year, was selected after posting more than 1,300 yards and leading Green Bay with 12 touchdowns.

The man throwing the ball to Adams is also heading to Orlando. For the seventh time in his career Aaron Rodgers was selected to the Pro Bowl.

Through 14 games Rodgers has racked up 3,974 yards and 23 touchdown passes. The leader of the Pack also set an NFL record for consecutive passes without an interception (402) this season, and is on pace for the lowest total number of picks in his career.

There is of course the annual Pro Bowl snubs, and Packers tackle David Bakhtiari may have a case. The man who protects Rodgers’ blind side has been considered among the top tackles in the league in recent years, and just like last season he was not selected for the Pro Bowl.

Bakhtiari was named an alternate, along with defensive tackle Kenny Clark and center Corey Linsley.

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