Pro Bowl snubs and surprises: NFL experts debate the AFC and NFC rosters for 2022 game

The 2021 Pro Bowl rosters have been released and they include the usual suspects -- Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has earned a record 15th invitation -- as well as a few newcomers, notably Colts running back Jonathan Taylor, the league's leading vote-getter, and Rams wideout Cooper Kupp, who leads the NFL in receiving yards, catches and touchdowns.

The Colts had the most players selected (seven) of any team, while the Giants, Jets, Jaguars, Broncos, Lions and Texans did not have any players make the roster. The four rookies to make the team are Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons, Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts, Bengals wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase and Chargers offensive tackle Rashawn Slater.

The all-star game is scheduled for Feb. 6 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, and it will be aired live on ESPN, ABC and Disney XD. Last year's game was canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It was the first time since the 1949 season that the NFL hadn't had a postseason all-star game.

Which players were snubbed on the Pro Bowl roster this year? What else was surprising about the teams, and which players who didn't make it this time should be on the roster next season? We asked our NFL experts to weigh in, with fantasy football analyst Mike Clay picking snubs and the rest of our panel answering questions. Check out their responses below:

Clay picks the biggest Pro Bowl snubs