2 Vikings earn PFF All-Pro honors at halfway point

Each season, Pro Football Focus takes a look at what their All-Pro team would look like at certain points of the year.

At the halfway point, Vikings left tackle Christian Darrisaw made PFF’s first team and wide receiver Justin Jefferson made the second team.

Here is what Gordon McGuinness had to say about Darrisaw:

The 2021 first-round draft pick is following up a standout 2022 campaign with an equally impressive 2023. He missed this past week due to injury, but he has allowed just 13 total pressures from 304 pass-blocking snaps this season.

Darrisaw has been excellent all season — allowing pressure on just 4.28% of his pass protection snaps is beyond impressive. He earned the honor ahead of Las Vegas Raiders LT Kolton Miller, who was on the second team.

Jefferson made the second team despite missing the last four weeks with a hamstring injury. He was joined on the second team by Dallas Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb. The Philadelphia EaglesA.J. Brown and the Miami DolphinsTyreek Hill were on the first team.

Story originally appeared on Vikings Wire