Chargers QB Justin Herbert among ‘most egregious Pro Bowl snubs’

The Pro Bowl 2021 rosters were revealed on Monday.
No wonder that broad receiver Keenan Allen and edge defender Joey Bosa were among the audience. But there was one player that many deserved and that was nowhere to be found.
Quarterback Justin Herbert, who is on his way to putting together a rookie caller's best campaign, failed to make the cut, which surprised many.
Herbert's skipping was so headache that he put Touchdown Wire's Doug Farrar on the list of "most egregious Pro Bowl snubs."
This is what Farrar had to say:
While it's tough to argue with any of the quarterbacks who made it - Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, and Deshaun Watson in the AFC, and Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, and Kyler Murray in the NFC - it's tough getting Herbert off the list to delete. The Chargers rookie franchise quarterback has an amazing opening campaign, and he's been especially effective against male reporting and under pressure. If Herbert continues to play as he did, he'll earn more than his share of Pro Bowl rosters going forward
As Farrar pointed out, it's difficult to rule out quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, and Deshaun Watson. But Herbert deserves to be recognized by the group.
Herbert performed 66.5% of his throws for 3,781 yards and 27 touchdowns against just 10 interceptions and for a passerby rating of 96.3 in just 13 starts.
Despite the overwhelming season in Los Angeles, Herbert's presence gave cause for optimism. He's the reason he kept LA in every single game. For a competent player, the sky is the limit.
Even if Herbert was not accepted into the Pro Bowl this year, we can assume that he will be recognized in the crème de la crème for years.
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