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Pro Bowl Voting Is Open

Posted by Mike Wobschall on November 3, 2011 – 6:19 am

Vikings fans can take this weekend off from rooting for their favroite team because this week is the Vikings bye week. And with that extra time, fans can cast their votes for this year’s Pro Bowl.

Fans are an important part of the Pro Bowl selection process, and this year vikings.com has a slick balloting process for fans to utilize. Click here to cast your ballot.

Jared Allen and Adrian Peterson are no-brainers to vote to the Pro Bowl. Allen leads the NFL with 12.5 sacks, while Peterson leads the League in rushing (798 yards) and rushing TDs (9).


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16 Responses to “Pro Bowl Voting Is Open”

  1. By Mike B. on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    Wobby is up early this morning.

  2. By Parody on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    Not as early as his blogs try to make you think. For some reason, he has the site scheduled on Mountain Time, so you’ll never see a new blog that is less than an hour old. You can test this at the end of the day. Try posting a new comment between midnight and 1am, and you’ll notice that it still registers as posted the day before.

    This specific blog says it was posted at 6:19am, but was actually posted at 7:19am in Minnesota. Sure, it’s still early, but the site is lying to you about how early it is.

  3. By sandiamond on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    Mike W, any clue when we might get another official statement on Cook?

  4. By Mike B. on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    @sandiamond Vikingsdaily is reporting that the decision will be made on Monday.

  5. By Reality Check on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    Parody, really? Now I am starting to feel sorry for Wobby. I have been critical in the past, but nitpicking the time zone the site is established upon is a bit overboard. Wobby may have nothing to do with that. Plus, who cares? It has no bearing on the content.

  6. By GM on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    GET RID OF THIS TAG CLOUD PLEASE—————————————————————>>

  7. By Parody on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    @Reality Check – It has bearing on credibility. Just like mathematical/spelling errors, and the Tag Cloud that screams the names of people who aren’t a part of the organization. You may not care about credibility, and I am not saying that you should. The fact is that I care about credibility, and I wish that the site operators would care about it more than they appear to.

  8. By purplehaze on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    can cook’s ars-he’s not worth the trouble-rid yourselves of the man-boy’s vikes-this is a man’s game-MAN IP!!

  9. By Reality Check on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    Are postings here censored and removed sometimes?

  10. By Arrow86 on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    Cook had an off-season issue back home. It must have been somewhat minor, no suspension. Either he’s really unlucky, or he’s a real idiot. Either way, as bad as we need secondary help we should make him someone else’s problem as soon as possible. Purplehaze is right!

  11. By PBizzle on Nov 3, 2011 | Reply

    pro bowl voting is open and the only two vikings players worth a vote are All Day and Jared Allen. I remember when Antoine went the vikes had eight in there three on o-line alone. Those were the days huh. Still love where the vikes future is just cant wait till they get there.

  12. By kochens on Nov 4, 2011 | Reply

    i think allen and ap so be in

  13. By Rogerthevikefan on Nov 4, 2011 | Reply

    AP and Jared Allen should be locks. CP7 will make the Pro-Bowl for many years to come along with Kyle Rudolph.

  14. By Kickof on Nov 6, 2011 | Reply

    thevikings have a long way to go if they keep playing like they don’t learn anything from week to week. If i performed like that a my job they would have fired me months ago. How long dose it take to learn!

  15. By Kickof on Nov 6, 2011 | Reply

    And Jared Allen and AP are freaks on the field nobody has a answer foe either one!

  16. By Pam on Nov 7, 2011 | Reply

    Is anyone else having difficulty with the Pro Bowl voting? It seems to keep reloading? Took over 30 minutes to vote.

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