Buffalo Bills will lead the league in Pro Bowlers this season
If the Buffalo Bills have the success they are expected to, it will likely be a result of some of their stars playing like some of the best at their position. This will result in the team having a number of players being selected to the Pro Bowl to the point that they lead the league in how many are selected.
Last year, the Buffalo Bills had five players make the Pro Bowl (Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, Tre’Davious White, Tremaine Edmunds, and Andre Roberts). The only player not back with the team is Roberts, who signed as a free agent with the Houston Texans.
However, there is a case to be made that the Bills could have had three or four more with Jordan Poyer, Dion Dawkins, Daryl Williams, and Corey Bojorquez (who also left in free agency this year) joining that group.
Even if the players listed about still with the team make the Pro Bowl, and that isn’t even including a group like Ed Oliver, Matt Milano, Micah Hyde, or Cole Beasley, this would give the Bills seven players who could represent the franchise in the Pro Bowl. This would have tied the league lead last year with four other franchises (Chiefs, Packers, Ravens, Seahawks) who sent seven.
Based on the talent the Bills have, this wouldn’t at all be surprising to see the team have the most Pro Bowlers this season.