Four Vikings that were snubbed from the 2021 Pro Bowl roster

Despite the fighting by the entire team, Minnesota's offensive has been high-octane this season. Two Viking players were rewarded with a Pro Bowl selection: Dalvin Cook and wide receiver Justin Jefferson.
Both are well-deserved honors. Cook has 1,484 rushing yards and 15 rushing touchdowns this year. He is second in frenzied yards after Derrick Henry and Cook and Henry are first in roaring touchdowns.
Jefferson took the league by storm in its first season and has already reached a number of key milestones.
The 2021 Pro Bowl will not be played this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Still, it's interesting to see who made it and who wasn't with the Vikings this year. Here are some names that have been rejected:
WR Adam Thielen
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Statistics: 771 receiving yards and 13 touchdown receptions. It has a PFF rating of 87.9.
LB Eric Kendricks
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Statistics: Three interceptions, six defended passes, and 107 combined tackles in 11 games. It has a PFF rating of 82.6.
S Harrison Smith
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Statistics: Four interceptions, nine defended passes and 72 combined tackles. It has a PFF rating of 74.4.
FB C. J. Ham
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He led many of Cook's runs. He is an important player for the Vikings as the team tends to use heavy sets. Statistics: 53 yards and a touchdown. Though he has a PFF rating of 58.1.

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