The media circus that is the NFL Pro Bowl returns to Hawaii this year, after a brief fling with Miami in 2010. With the Steelers deep in preparation for Super Bowl XLV, Pittsburgh fans don't have much of a rooting interest in individual players. It's nice to see your conference win events like this, but at the end of the day, the Pro Bowl is more about the atmosphere surrounding the game than the game itself.
The game is a watered down, vanilla version of football, so don't expect any strong defensive showings. The event is more about who said/wore/did what than anything else. It gives players and coaches like Terrell Owens, Chad Ochocinco, Jay Cutler, Joey Porter, and Rex Ryan an outlet to further vent their feelings and frustrations about the past season. That is if any of those notorious loud mouths had made the Pro Bowl.
As for the game itself, your conference rosters are as follows: