While there are some reasons for the other three players to be left off the Pro Bowl roster, the biggest snub without question was linebacker Terrel Bernard. He was a big question mark entering the season for the Buffalo Bills as he was set to replace Tremaine Edmunds however he has shown he was more than ready to be a starter and has been a difference maker for this defense.
The two inside linebackers selected to the Pro Bowl from the AFC were both from the Baltimore Ravens in Roquan Smith and Patrick Queen. If there was one player that Bernard should have made it over, that would have to be Queen.
This season Queen has 125 total tackles, nine tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks, one interception, and one fumble recovery. Meanwhile, Bernard has 134 total tackles, 10 tackles for a loss, 6.5 sacks, three interceptions and three fumble recoveries.
It was a historic season for Bernard as he was the first player since 1991 to record 6+ sacks, 3+ interceptions, and 3+ fumble recoveries. Patrick Queen had a good season as well but there is nothing to point to that can justify him on the Pro Bowl over Terrel Bernard.