QB Anderson didn't deserve Pro Bowl invite
KC Joyner examines eight players whose metrics and statistics fail to justify their lofty reputations.
Originally Published: February 13, 2008By KC Joyner | ESPN Insider
L) Getty Images R) US PresswireRichard Seymour and Mike Vrabel are considered elite players, but neither played on an elite level in '07.I've been promising the chatters on my weekly ESPN SportsNation chats that I would do my annual overrated players column. Now that the season is over, it's time for me to keep my word. Here are eight players whose metrics and statistics say they aren't as good as their reputations (with Pro Bowl berths weighing heavily in measuring reputation):
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