Ranking Packers that most belong in the Pro Bowl 2021

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The NFC-leading Green Bay Packers have a number of candidates for the Pro Bowl this season.

Although Pro Bowlers from last year Jaire Alexander and Za’Darius Smith have missed most of the season, the team still has many players who deserve to be voted to the Pro Bowl.

Let’s look at six players who should be Pro Bowlers in 2021.

1. Davante Adams, WR

It’s been yet another dominant season for Adams. He’s one of just two wide receivers in the NFL (the other being Cooper Kupp) to average over 100 receiving yards per game. Adams has 1,204 yards and seven touchdowns with four games still to play.

Adams should be on his way to his fifth straight Pro Bowl.

2. De’Vondre Campbell, ILB

Campbell has been phenomenal this season and a game-changing addition for the Packers.

With 115 tackles, two forced fumbles, four pass defenses, and two interceptions, Campbell has been impressive all year long.

3. Aaron Rodgers, QB

Not just set for his 10th Pro Bowl, but Rodgers remains in the MVP race. In 12 games, Rodgers has 3,219 yards, 27 touchdowns, and just four interceptions with a passer rating of 108.8. We’re so used to this incredible production from Rodgers but when you sit back and think about it, it’s truly mind-blowing.

4. Rasul Douglas, CB

From being signed off the Arizona Cardinals’ practice squad in October to the Pro Bowl? What a story it would be. With 10 pass defenses and three interceptions including two pick-sixes, Douglas is making an impact in Green Bay.

5. Kenny Clark, DT

Clark doesn’t get enough praise because he doesn’t have great stats, but there’s a reason for that. Regularly beating double teams, Clark does his job to perfection to stop the run and help the Packers’ pass rush get home. It’s arguably been Clark’s best season yet and he could become a two-time Pro Bowler.

6. Rashan Gary, EDGE

With 6.5 sacks, 21 quarterback hits, 32 pressures, and 12 quarterback knockdowns in 12 games, per Pro Football Reference, Gary is having the third season the Packers hoped he would. With Za’Darius Smith out, Gary has stepped up and delivered as the team’s best pass rusher.