2012 Pro Bowl Voting Now Open – A Look At The Steelers Players On The Ballot

Voting is now open for the 2012 Pro Bowl game that will be played Sunday, Jan. 29, 2012 at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii. The Steelers have several players you can vote for per the usual and here is the rundown of the players that can ve voted for on offense, defense and special teams. You can vote here.

Steelers Offense:

Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger – After a rough start against the Ravens he has really come on strong the last few weeks.

Running Back Rashard Mendenhall – Certainly not the best start and he missed a game due to a hamstring injury.

Fullback David Johnson – Plays both tight end and fullback and has really made some solid blocks from the fullback spot.

Tight End Heath Miller – One of, it not the best all around tight ends in the game.

Wide Receiver Hines Ward – Not his best start, but showed against the Titans that he is far from done. Still a great blocker.

Wide Receiver Mike Wallace – No longer a one trick pony as he can do it all now. Best deep receiver in the game.

Wide Receiver Antonio Brown – Always smiling and getting better by the game. has made some big catches this year.

Tackle – Max Starks – Has stabilized the left tackle spot since returning in week 5.

Tackle Marcus Gilbert – Missed some time with the shoulder injury, but is a quick learner and hopefully a long time Steeler.

Center Maurkice Pouncey – One of the best centers in the game and fun to watch.

Guard Chris Kemoeatu – Missed some time with his knee problem, but can still get it done when pulling right.

Steelers Defense:

Nose Tackle Casey Hampton – Down with a shoulder injury the last few games but looks to return this week.

Defensive End Brett Keisel – Silently putting together another strong year. Smart and good at tipping balls and staying in passing lanes.

Defensive End Ziggy Hood – The left defensive end spot is now his now that Aaron Smith has had his season end once again. He really has progressed nicely.

Inside Linebacker James Farrior – Knows where to be and captains the defense.

Inside Linebacker Lawrence Timmons – Has had to play outside with James Harrison out. Can\’t wait to get him back where he belongs.

Outside Linebacker LaMarr Woodley – The sacks are coming in bunches now.

Outside Linebacker James Harrison – Been sidelined since the Texans game, but pretty much won the game against the Colts.

Cornerback Ike Taylor – Fantastic start to the season and has locked down some great receivers thus far.

Cornerback William Gay – really has done a nice job replacing Bryant McFadden and playing nickel in sub packages.

Strong Safety Troy Polamalu – Looks like the same old Troy to me. Already several splash type plays to his credit and a touchdown return of a fumble.

Free Safety Ryan Clark – Showing good run support this year when asked in addition to his deep safety role.

Special Teams:

Special Teamer Arnaz Battle – Captain of special teams unit that has been rock solid thus far.

Kick Returner Antonio Brown – Has had some big returns thus far and almost broken several.

Punter Daniel Sepulveda – Knee looks better than ever and this could be his best season.

Kicker Shaun Suisham – Hopefully turning the corner now after a solid job against the Cardinals.

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