Buffalo Bills players who could make it to the 2019 Pro Bowl

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The Buffalo Bills are off to a rough start but have some players who could find their way to the 2019 Pro Bowl in Orlando.

The Buffalo Bills are in the midst of what will hopefully be a quick rebuild.

The team added young talent this season and are focused on developing talent in 2018. That is why the concept of Pro Bowl voting may not have been something fans had been thinking about intently as of late.

Pro Bowl voting is now live and the team’s top candidate appears on a tweet advertising the event.

You can tell it’s a rough year when the kicker is the top candidate to make it.

That is not to take anything away from Stephen Hauschka. He deserves to go, especially considering how consistent he has been compared to how bad kicking has been in the NFL this season. With all the problems the Bills have this year, kicking is not one of them.

Another player who deserves some votes is Tre’Davious White, after he got snubbed last year.

Matt Milano is another name on defense who could sneak in as an alternate, while rookie Tremaine Edmunds could be in the same situation.

I don’t foresee any players on offense reaching the Pro Bowl. That statement shouldn’t be surprising to anyone.

Everyone on offense is having a down year and the team has started four different quarterbacks in 10 games. But hopefully the stats can begin to get a bit better with Josh Allen set as the starter for the final six games.

I know that diehard Bills fans will go ahead and vote for the players on the team. But it may take some outside support to get Bills players to Orlando in 2019. Some solid performances during the final six weeks can help that cause.

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Who do you think deserves to make it to the Pro Bowl?