The Minnesota Vikings' season has not gone as planned. Currently at 1-6, head coach Leslie Frazier had greater expectations when the team traded for the six-time Pro Bowl quarterback, Donovan McNabb. Instead of reviving his career, after two consecutive seasons of getting benched, McNabb has probably made his last start in the NFL.
Even with the disappointing results, there are several players having good individual seasons, and two of them are leading the NFL in at least one statistical category.
A quick scan of the Vikings' roster reveals seven players with a combined 25 Pro Bowl appearances. Last season the Vikings had three Pro Bowl players after finishing the season at 6-10. If the Vikings are to send that many again this year they will need to start winning. In order to match last season's record, Minnesota will have to finish 5-4—a huge improvement from the start of the season.
It's a good bet that the Vikings will send at least two players this season with as many as six that could receive consideration.
Here are six Vikings and their chances to make the Pro Bowl.