3 Biggest Pro Bowl snubs on Buffalo Bills roster
By Randy Gurzi
1. Jordan Phillips
A former star at Oklahoma, Jordan Phillips was taken in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft by Miami. He never ended up reaching his immense potential there and the Dolphins would end up cutting him in 2018.
Buffalo was glad to put in a claim and they have looked brilliant for doing so. Phillips has started to see his potential reached as he has a team-high 9.5 sacks.
In fact, according to Chris Brown of the team’s website, he leads the AFC. He was also one of three players Brown called a snub — and he included some of the players we just looked at as well.
"“Jordan Phillips is leading the AFC in sacks, Jordan Poyer, Tremaine (Edmunds), I can go on and on,” White said via Chris Brown from the team’s official website. “There’s no guy on our defense that just stands out. Anybody on any given Sunday can make a big-time play.”"
In 2018, Phillips had 19 tackles and no sacks in 12 games with the Bills. Seeing his huge jump this season has been encouraging and he should have been rewarded for his hard work this season.
With Phillips, he has had his struggles and some of his sacks have been of the ‘clean-up’ variety. Even with that being said, he’s deserving of a trip to enjoy the All-Star festivities this season.