Pro Bowl voting is in full swing. Fans can vote for their favorite or the best NFL players to be on the Pro Bowl, which will be held at University of Phoenix Stadium the week before the Super Bowl.
The NFL announced the current results of fan voting and a couple of players do not appear in the top 10 in votes at their position.
Receiver Larry Fitzgerald is not there, nor is defensive end Calais Campbell.
Fitz is understandable. He hasn't been there among the fan votes for a while. But Campbell continues to not get the credit he deserves.
Cornerback Patrick Peterson is among the top 10 corners in voting,. He is currently sixth.
Another very notable absence from the list? Justin Bethel. He is currently not in the top 10 in votes for special teams player, which is a travesty because he is the best special teams player in football (I don't think that's hyperbole at all).
On offense, despite his struggles so far this season, running back Andre Ellington finds himself ninth in voting among running backs.
That is all.
A 9-1 team has two players in the top 10 of Pro Bowl voting? That's a shame, even though it is understandable because of injuries and the fact that no one really pays attention to anything in Arizona.
Who deserves a Pro Bowl look on the Cardinals through 10 games?