Dec 12, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Keenan Allen (13) is congratulated by Michael Irvin after the game against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Chargers defeated the Broncos 27-20. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Does anyone really watch the Pro Bowl anymore? It is a joke, but it still finds a way on the TV at my house if I am sitting at home. The main part that we care on the Pro Bowl is who gets named to the team.
The Chargers have a couple of players in the Pro Bowl this season. Philip Rivers and Eric Weddle are the only Chargers on the team this year, but if we can continue our rise, we should have a few more members in the future. Here are some of the future stars on the Chargers that could be going to future Pro Bowls.
Allen is in the running for Rookie of the Year this season and is already a star in this league. He makes spectacular catches all over the field and is a playmaker. He should have been considered for the Pro Bowl this season.
There are not that many offensive linemen that are fun to watch, but Fluker is one of them. He is so enthusiastic on the football field and could get attention from a lot of people soon.
Just let Green get a chance to get playing time and he will be a Pro Bowl player. He is a tough matchup for defenses and could be huge for the offense. Philip Rivers will find him.
Ingram showed potential in his return to the field this season and if he can have a whole season, he could do some damage.
Liuget showed promise in his 2nd season and showed flashes of it in the 3rd season. If he puts it all together, he can be one of the best. Before the start of the season, Liuget was considered one of the defensive MVPs on the roster.
Mathews has been to the Pro Bowl already once in his career. Last season was his best season to date and he was a big reason for the Chargers return to the playoffs.