4 Vikings who could make their first Pro Bowl in 2024

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Vikings Pro Bowl hopeful No. 3

Jordan Addison, wide receiver

It is wishful thinking for Jordan Addison to make the 2024 Pro Bowl, but it wouldn't be too surprising. The rookie wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings has been excellent at finding the end zone, scoring seven times in his first 12 games.

Addison's yardage total of 686 yards isn't going to help his chances, but the fact that he's tied for the fifth-most receiving touchdowns in the NFL should put a feather in his cap although he is likely to be outshined by superstar pass-catcher Justin Jefferson.

Making the Pro Bowl when you're the No. 2 receiver and a rookie seems like it would be an impossible idea, but it wouldn't be the first time that the Vikings had two pass catchers who are worthy of being invited to the NFL's version of an all-star game.

The best thing is that Jordan Addison has a bright career ahead of him. If he isn't named to the Pro Bowl this year, he should have many more opportunities to do so if he continues to play the way he has for the Minnesota Vikings.