Over the past few years, it has been pretty common to see multiple Buffalo Bills be selected for the Pro Bowl. While the NFL continues to adjust the format, and what consists of the Pro Bowl, the idea of being selected to the Pro Bowl still stands as a recognition for players who were some of the best at their position that season.
In the past few seasons, the Bills have had players be selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time in their careers like Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and Jordan Poyer. When looking ahead to this season, these are five players that could join that group of earning their first Pro Bowl nomination.
5 Buffalo Bills who could make their first Pro Bowl in 2023
One of the first players on this list is one that should have a good chance at making the Pro Bowl as Ed Oliver is one of the most athletic defensive tackles in the league. This should translate to him being a major threat rushing the passer and racking up sacks at a position that typically doesn't result in those.
However, the production hasn't been there to that point but it isn't entirely Oliver's fault in the early part of his career. There have been times where he has been asked to play more one-tech and he has dealt with injuries at inopportune times.
Entering this season, he not only has one good one-tech defensive tackle playing alongside him but two with DaQuan Jones returning and the addition of Poona Ford. After signing a big contract extension this offseason, Oliver seems set up to finally have that break out season as long as he is able to stay healthy.