3 Biggest Pro Bowl snubs on Buffalo Bills roster
By Randy Gurzi
Tre’Davious White was named to the Pro Bowl but he shouldn’t have been alone as these three Buffalo Bills teammates should have been joining him
The Buffalo Bills ended up with just one name on the initial 2020 NFL Pro Bowl as Tre’Davious White was selected to the team for the first time in his three-year career.
It’s a huge honor for White and it’s very deserving. He’s currently tied for the league lead in interceptions and was a menace this past Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
As good as White is, he’s not alone. The Bills have had some great play this season from several members of their defense.
According to NFL.com, they’re second in points given up and third in yardage. Which is a testament to their talent and depth. It also means that if only one person made the Pro Bowl, then there were some snubs.
Here are the top three players on Buffalo that missed the Pro Bow but were incredibly deserving.
Notabe Omission: Tremaine Edmunds
Tremaine Edmunds just came off one of the more interesting games of his young career. Playing in his first Sunday Night Football game, Edmunds faced brothers Terrell and Trey who each play with the Steelers.
Tremaine got the win in that one and should have been considered for the Pro Bowl. He already has 105 tackles as well as 1.5 sacks and an interception.
Edmunds has really developed into a solid linebacker. He may have missed out in 2019, but there will be more chances.