Pro Bowl Teams Announced: No Bills Selected

Dec. 9, 2012; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills guard Andy Levitre (67) waits for the snap against the St. Louis Rams at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Although the team may have some players who deserved the honors, no Bills players were named to the AFC pro bowl roster that was announced last night. The team did have a few players that most likely were considered.

Of course C.J. Spiller is one of the first names that comes up. Spiller has been at or near the top of the league in yards per carry. Of the runningbacks that have over 1,000 yards he has by far the fewest carries.

Then there’s Jairus Byrd, who has five interceptions and 75 tackles this season. He’s been one of the bright spots of a defense that has struggled at many points this season.

Kyle Williams is considered by many to be one of the most underrated defensive linemen. He had another solid season, recording five sacks and 27 total tackles. Mario Williams ended up having a solid season as well, recording 10.5 sacks.

The Bills offensive line is finally strong after years of meritocracy. Leading the way are Eric Wood and Andy Levitre, who both should be considered pro bowl level.

However, its not surprising that an under preforming team like the Bills lacks pro bowlers. In all honesty, very few people these days really even care about the pro bowl. Do you think the Bills players got snubbed? Voice your opinion below.

Topics: Buffalo Bills, Pro Bowl

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