Cleveland Browns Fullback Lawrence Vickers Is As Big a Pro Bowl Snub As There Is

December 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2011 NFL Pro Bowl rosters have been announced, and as it happens every year, there are usually some big snubs for players who really deserve to go to the game over another player who is.
This year is no different, and while it is nice that the Browns are sending one of their own to the game, four-time Pro Bowler Joe Thomas, he is really going based on his rep more so than his play in the 2010 NFL regular season.
There's nothing wrong with that, since many in the NFL recognize that Thomas is one of the best, young premier left tackles in the game today.
But there are several other Browns who might be a bit more deserving to go from this season.
The biggest Browns snub is fullback Lawrence Vickers.
Vickers is not known for having big numbers, or having any statistics at all, but he is feared throughout the NFL as one of the most punishing lead blockers in the league.
At 6'0" and 250 pounds, Vickers was drafted by former general manager Phil Savage in the...

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