Which Minnesota Vikings players deserve to be in the 2020 Pro Bowl?

(Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) Dalvin Cook
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(Photo by Andrew Dieb/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Dalvin Cook
(Photo by Andrew Dieb/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Dalvin Cook – Minnesota Vikings /

Lock: Dalvin Cook, running back

It’s crazy to think that this is the first season where Dalvin Cook has really entered consideration for the Pro Bowl, but there is no way that voters will keep the Vikings running back on the outside of the Pro Bowl looking in.

Through 10 games, Cook is averaging 99.1 rushing yards per game to go with 32.8 receiving yards per game. That yardage alone looks good, but when you add in his 16 total touchdowns, his dominance in games has started to become clear.

Cook’s play has opened up the play-action pass game, allowing Minnesota’s quarterback to have extra time to deliver the ball to open receivers and balance the offense in a way they couldn’t do last season.

Sadly, Cook might not be the highest-voted running back despite being the league’s leading rusher. Christian McCaffrey of the Panthers and Aaron Jones of the Packers are bound to get a lot of votes, but it would be absolutely shocking if Minnesota’s running back wasn’t voted into his first Pro Bowl ever.