The Vikings loaded up the Pro Bowl with six players but none of them made Pro Football Focus's top 100 players of 2016 list.
In fact, just one Viking made the list: Terence Newman, 76th overall.
Yes. The oldest player on the team was the only player to make it.
Here's how PFF summed up the 38-year-old's season.
What Terence Newman was able to do this season at 38 years old should not be possible. Only Richard Sherman gave up a reception less often in terms of coverage snaps per catch than Newman, who allowed a total of 31 yards after the catch all year. He did miss some time, but he was responsible for only 245 receiving yards all season, and with only four penalties to his name, there isn’t a whole lot of hidden yardage there disguised as penalties. Newman allowed just one touchdown all season and a passer rating of 62.0 when targeted.
Key stat: Newman allowed 31 total yards after the catch all season.
Harrison Smith, Linval Joseph, Anthony Barr, Xavier Rhodes and Everson Griffen received rave reviews for their play on the defensive side of the ball but none of them could crack PFF's top 100.