The 2011 Pro Bowl voting is underway and with over a month of action remaining it's Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning who leads all vote-getters. Manning is completing 65 percent of his passes -- with more attempts than anyone in the league -- for 3,059 yards, 20 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He's having...well, a Manning-esque year.
He's followed by Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick, who has played just seven games. While Vick is deserving, his ranking as the second highest vote-getter shows this is still very much a popularity contest.
Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson, New England Patriots QB Tom Brady and Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers follow Vick. Peterson has nearly hit 1,000 yards through 10 games and has seven touchdowns while Brady and Rodgers are leading two of the NFL's best teams.
Tennessee Titans RB Chris Johnson comes in eighth and leading all AFC running backs but he's still falling short of his 2,500 yards rushing prediction.