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Published on 12/14/2011 at Wed Dec 14 17:21.
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Tebow has become the new face of the NFL. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Earlier in the month, we talked about quarterback Tim Tebow‘s Pro Bowl worthiness.  Some of you said he was, some said he wasn’t.

Whether he’s worthy or not, it sounds like he will be playing in Hawaii this February:

“In the updated fan vote totals for the Pro Bowl, the Broncos’ Tim Tebow has the third-most tallies among AFC quarterbacks.  This is significant because three quarterbacks are named to the Pro Bowl team.

“According to Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com, New England’s Tom Brady has the most votes among AFC quarterbacks with 1,149,721 million. Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger is second with 745,835. Tebow is third with 420,539 votes,” Mike Klis of the Denver Post wrote on Wednesday.

If Tebow does make it to the Pro Bowl (fellow NFL players and coaches still have to vote), he will likely join rookie linebacker Von Miller, cornerback Champ Bailey, safety Brian Dawkins and possibly punter Britton Colquitt as the five Broncos representing the team in the NFL’s annual All Star Game.

Also worthy of your Pro Bowl votes (in our opinion) are kicker Matt Prater, offensive guard Chris Kuper, receiver Eric Decker and running back Willis McGahee.  Fans can vote for Tebow and his teammates at NFL.com/ProBowl.

  • Anonymous

    What about Prater? 

  • Anonymous

    Chris Kuper should get to go also

  • kyle

    DJ Williams is so underrated!!

  • http://thingsatrexdoes.tumblr.com Mike Birtwistle

    Is it played the week before the superbowl?  Just sayin’

  • http://Facebook.com/BroncosZone Jon

    Excellent point, I can’t believe I overlooked him, he’s had a phenomenal season…

  • http://Facebook.com/BroncosZone Jon

    I agree he should go because he’s been clutch and won us several games, but when voters look at the stat sheet they’ll see 17-of-23 with a long of 59.  Compare that to Sebastian Janikowski’s 22-of-24 with a long of 63…