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Antoine Winfield made the first Pro Bowl of his ten-year career Tuesday.

Six Vikings are going: Adrian Peterson, G Steve Hutchinson, DTs Kevin and Pat Williams and DE Jared Allen. Winfield's honor is overdue. He finally made some game-changing plays this season to go along with his usual steady tackling and covering skills.

Related: Steve Hutchinson, Kevin Williams, Pat Williams, Adrian Peterson, Jared Allen

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Glad to see the list.

Would have liked to see Greenway too.

No Birk either....

Agreed- Greenway is involved in almost every tackle on the field. Reminds me alot of Uhrlacher.

Hmmmmmm, Only 2 Packers. Thats a shame. And Mr Big Bucks QB wasn't one of them

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Good to see, all well deserved and Winfield was by far overdue. I could see Greenway going, but he'll get there for sure.

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I think if EJ didn't get hurt he would be there too. But Greenway and Leber did step up...If Greenway keeps playing at his same level he will make a Pro Bowl or two during his career.

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Well deserved for Winfield, another season like this and Greenway will be there next year. Did you hear that Winfield is taking the entire secondary to Hawaii. He said the made the agreement before the season started. Whoever made it brings the rest of them. Pretty classy.

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Winfield is a total class act! That is cool he is bringing the rest of the secondary. He is undersized, but plays with a heart of a lion.

I think Greenway is very close. He might be next in line if one of the Pro-Bowl Linebackers goes down with an injury before the end of the year.

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As said Winfeild well deserving and past due. I can think of another player that did not get recognized, Jack Delrio. Thankfully for Winfeild he didnt get overlooked.

Seems like we always have a great player at that position..

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Cuz 69 plays for the Vikes, we are the red headed step child of the NFL. No respect I tell ya ..no respect....

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Why does Tuck get to start over Jared Allen?

Because he plays for the New York "Football" Giants, what a crock of ..........

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ya get six ya want seven, he makes the team ya want him to start. You Viking fans are to funny!!

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Favre over Rivers?......LOL

I thought the same thing. He's got 21 TDs but 17 interceptions, Philip Rivers with 28 and 11 should have definitely gotten the nod over him.

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Favre over Rivers?......LOL

Not bad for a supposed "washed up" QB that MN fans didn't want.hehe.gif

Pro Bowl selection #10, BTW.

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LMITOUT, did you make that cover of SI yourself. I see that it says by Corey Hollenhorst. I remember that name from Cathedral baseball I believe.

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No. That was floating around in emails, etc. during the Favre un-retirement saga earlier this year.

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I don't think it was a case of Minnesota not wanting him, just that the Packers wouldn't let him come here. PB are all well deserved. I think Greenway's a liitle overated, not real good in pass coverage, (until last 2 weeks) and I think only reason we talk about him is the real PB is hurt. EJ

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Originally Posted By: PierBridge
Favre over Rivers?......LOL

Not bad for a supposed "washed up" QB that MN fans didn't want.hehe.gif

Pro Bowl selection #10, BTW.

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Goes to show ya when your at the top of the hill its hard to get nocked down even if your not playing that good sure not pro bowl status. pitty votes grin

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