If Peter has an opinion, I suggest giving credence to it. He does not just pull things out of thin air. He has done his research and come to an informed conclusion. My opinion is Wright definitely should have been in the discussion for midseason all pro. Part of the reason for that is no safety really stood out. Ed Reed and Troy Polamalu, the old standbys, did not have big production in the first half. So who were the other candidates? Eric Weddle of the Chargers is solid, but he has played on an inconsistent defense and so-so team. Earl Thomas has been a key player for the Seahawks. Buffalo's Jairus Byrd has made plays on the ball as well as any safety. Dashon Goldson has been one of the best players on one of the best defenses in the league in San Francisco. I think you could have picked any of them, or Wright, and not been on a limb. Pro Football Weekly even chose Bucs rookie Mark Barron for their midseason all-pro team. I saw Reshad Jones of the Dolphins also received some notice. Wright has been very steady for the Bears, and he even has made some big plays. I think some people in Chicago might have been taken aback by seeing him on an all pro team because he probably was the sixth best player on the Bears defense over the first half of the season. But that doesn't mean he wasn't one of the best safeties in the NFL. If he keeps doing what he's doing, he should be a fine safety for the Bears for years, as Mike Brown was.