Last year, the Buffalo Bills had two players named to the Pro Bowl but that number probably should have been much higher as there were a number of players that could have been considered snubs.
Earlier this month, the NFL opened the voting for the 2023 Pro Bowl, in a year where they have made significant changes to the event. It will now be a week-long event with the week ending with a flag football game.
Even though there are still a number of games left in the regular season and plenty can change there are six players on the Buffalo Bills that have played at a high level to begin the year and have put themselves in a good position to earn a Pro Bowl nomination.
6 Buffalo Bills with a shot at earning a 2023 Pro Bowl nomination
While Josh Allen had a rough stretch after the bye in terms of turnovers with seven (six interceptions, one fumble lost) when looking at his entire year, it is hard to argue against him being a Top 3 in the NFL let alone the AFC.
Entering Week 12, Josh Allen is second in the NFL in passing yards with 2,930 yards, and third in passing touchdowns with 21 but also has 483 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns.
There may not be a more important player to his team than Josh Allen with the multitude of ways he is able to beat a defense. Last year, Josh Allen was one of the biggest Pro Bowl snubs but that should change this season.