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No Vikings voted to AP All-Pro teams; 2 players get votes

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The Associate Press All-Pro teams were announced Friday and the Minnesota Vikings didn't have a single player make the first or second teams.

Harrison Smith received seven votes; good for fifth-most among NFL safeties, according to the Star Tribune. Defensive end Everson Griffen received one vote. No other Vikings received a vote.

Smith missing out on the Pro Bowl was considered a bit of a snub. Here's another reason why one fan believes Smith was snubbed with Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor making the All-Pro team over him.

Here's a look at both full teams, courtesy of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt were the only unanimous selections (50 votes).

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