Robert Griffin III isn't the only Washington Redskins rookie who has a good chance to make the Pro Bowl this season.
Running back Alfred Morris is keeping head coach Mike Shanahan away from his typical tendency to give feature back duties to a different runner every week.
Out of nowhere, Morris is fourth in the NFL in rushing with 491 yards, and has done so at a tremendous 4.9 yards per carry clip.
Right now, he appears to be primed for a trip to Hawai'i no one saw coming.
Which other rookies have a good chance to make the Pro Bowl?