Pair of Chargers finish Pro Bowl fan voting as leaders at their positions

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Two Chargers players finished as the top vote-getters at their positions as Pro Bowl fan voting concluded this past week.

Quarterback Justin Herbert (213,904) and left tackle Rashawn Slater (83,085) all got the most votes among AFC players at their positions.

Herbert has solidified himself as a legitimate MVP candidate in his sophomore season.

Herbert currently ranks second in the NFL with 4,058 passing yards, third with 32 passing touchdowns, competition percentage at 66.4 first, and second with five game-winning drives.

Only 13 games played, and Slater has established himself capable of stymying even the best pass rushers in the league – allowing just four sacks and 22 pressures.

Fan voting counts as one-third of the selection process, with voting by players and coaches counting for the other two-thirds.

The Pro Bowl rosters will be revealed on NFL Total Access Special: Pro Bowl Players Revealed show airing live on Wednesday, Dec. 22 at 5 p.m. PT on NFL Network.