On Wednesday, the NFL announced the full rosters for the 2013 Pro Bowl. Three players from the New York Giants and two players from the New York Jets made the cut, though those numbers could go up with alternates taken into account. Wide receiver Victor Cruz, offensive lineman Chris Snee and defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul all made it for the Giants. Cornerback Antonio Cromartie and safety LaRon Landry made it for the Jets.
Notable from the AFC includes the fact that the Houston Texans and New England Patriots had 15 Pro Bowlers combined, with eight coming from Houston and seven coming from New England. Guys like Tom Brady and J.J. Watt highlight that list.
For the NFC, the San Francisco 49ers had nine players make it, which is the most in the NFL. Players such as Aaron Rodgers and Calvin Johnson were expected to headline their positions, and they did. Of particular note is the fact that Minnesota kicker Blair Walsh and Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III, both rookies this season, made it.