Buffalo Bills: 3 players who should have made the Pro Bowl this year
These are three players that should have made the Pro Bowl this year for the Buffalo Bills.
On Monday night, even though there will not be a game this year the NFL announced the rosters for the Pro Bowl. The Buffalo Bills had five players make the roster, the most since the 1998 season, there were some notable names left off the roster that should have made it this year.
This is a recap of the three players on the Buffalo Bills that should have made the Pro Bowl this season and the players they should have replaced.
Replace: Orlando Brown Jr.
Since the game wasn’t being played, it doesn’t seem like positions were taken into account as much. The offensive tackle is a perfect example as the AFC had three left tackles selected with Laremy Tunsil, Orlando Brown Jr. and Eric Fisher but no right tackles.
Meanwhile, Daryl Williams has been one of the best right tackles in the league this year. He joined the Bills as a free agent this offseason and quickly earned the starting job. He has allowed only three sacks this season, according to Pro Football Focus, which is the same as Fisher and Brown Jr. and only one more than Tunsil.
All three left tackles have had good years but there should be at least one right tackle on the roster and that player should be Daryl Williams.