3 Packers players already getting screwed in Pro Bowl voting

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Pro Bowl voting is well underway. The Green Bay Packers aren't leading the way at any position.

According to The Athletic's Matt Schneidman, only two Packers players -- Rashan Gary and Keisean Nixon -- have made the top 10 at their respective positions in the voting so far. It's only the first installment, but it gives us an early indication of where things stand for the Pro Bowl.

Are the Packers getting overlooked because of their slow start to the season? There's still time to vote, but these three players can feel hard done by with the latest results.

Rashan Gary

What more has Rashan Gary got to do to prove himself? He has played in front of a national audience the past two weeks, making 3.5 sacks, four quarterback hits, and forced two fumbles in victories over the Detroit Lions and Kansas City Chiefs.

He is a game-changer.

Gary didn't resume a full-time role until Week 7, as he was returning from a season-ending injury. But that didn't stop him from producing. Gary had his first of two three-sack performances in Week 3 despite only playing 23 snaps in the game.

The former first-round pick has an impressive nine sacks and 17 quarterback hits in 12 games. It's even better when factoring in the limited snaps he played earlier in the season.

Gary is eighth in the voting for outside linebackers. He deserves to be much higher.