ALAMEDA -- Even Raiders place-kicker Sebastian Janikowski was not immune to effects of a 4-11 season as he was omitted from the AFC Pro Bowl roster Wednesday despite winning the fan portion of the voting.
Janikowski and fullback Marcel Reece were named as alternates, although the club didn't release whether they were first, second or third alternates.
Unless Janikowski or Reece is elevated due to injury, or long-snapper Jon Condo makes the AFC roster as a "need" selection, the Raiders will be without a representative in the annual all-star game for the first time since the 2003 season.
Selections are based on voting from fans, players and coaches, each counting one-third.
Janikowski was beaten
One year after making his first Pro Bowl and going 31 for 35 in field goal attempts, Janikowski is 31 for 34 this season with the misses coming from 51, 61 and 64 yards.
Last season, the Raiders had four players in the Pro Bowl -- Janikowski, Condo, punter Shane Lechler and defensive tackle Richard Seymour.
Reece, who was an alternate last season, is Oakland's second-leading receiver with 52 catches for 496 yards. He also rushed for 271 yards on 59 carries -- much of that coming as a running back when Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson were sidelined for four games
The AFC fullback is Baltimore's Vonta Leach, who is considered the best blocker at his position in the conference.
Other teams without a Pro Bowl selection were St. Louis, Philadelphia, Jacksonville, Tennessee, San Diego and Buffalo.
"It is my understanding that Carson won't be able to fly," Raiders coach Dennis Allen said.
"It's not a one-man show, it's the whole operation," Allen said. "We've got to be able to block better, we've got to be able to run it better, and then we have to be able to execute the passing game, which opens up some of the run-game options."