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2012 Pro Bowl Voting: With Balloting Underway, How Many Denver Broncos Can Make It?

The 2012 Pro Bowl balloting has gotten underway. Can any Denver Broncos player pick up enough votes to be a starter or will we wait to see if any can make it as reserves?

Voting for the 2012 Pro Bowl has begun (ballot is here) and it will be hard to any Denver Broncos on the AFC roster this year, just as it was last year. Brandon Lloyd made the AFC Pro Bowl team outright for the 2011 contest while Champ Bailey was added to the roster as an injury replacement.

At this point, it may be hard for any Broncos player to be voted into the Pro Bowl. On a poor team, it's hard for any player to make it. At the moment, rookie Von Miller could make it as a non-starter. He has six sacks in six games, a mighty impressive feat so far for the first-year linebacker.

The interesting things to see with the voting is how much support the legions upon legions of Tim Tebow fans will give to the young quarterback. There probably won't be a groundswell of support for him, but he might make a decent showing.

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