4 Vikings who are locks to make the Pro Bowl and 4 who aren’t

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The Minnesota Vikings have some talented players on their roster but which ones will be named to the Pro Bowl for their efforts during the 2021 NFL season?

Eight games remain on the schedule for the Minnesota Vikings this season but that doesn’t stop the NFL from opening up the voting on their website for fans to help get their favorite players into the Pro Bowl.

Voting is open now on NFL.com and you can vote for nearly any player from any team to be part of the 2022 Pro Bowl on February 6 in Las Vegas. However, it might be tough for members of the Vikings to make the squad.

Since Minnesota isn’t a huge market, it will be hard for them to get a lot of attention from voters. Plus, the 5-5 record of the Vikings isn’t going to help people who aren’t fans of the purple and gold make the decision to vote for one of their players.

Still, there are four players who should be a lock to represent Minnesota during the 2022 Pro Bowl and four who should be considered for the honor but will likely fall short. Let’s take a look at these eight players.