5 Buffalo Bills who could make their first Pro Bowl in 2023

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Greg Rousseau

Another defensive lineman who could be on his way to making his first career Pro Bowl is defensive end Greg Rousseau. The former first round pick has steadily improved over the first two years with the Buffalo Bills with four sacks as a rookie before registering eight sacks in only 13 games.

Now entering Year 3, Rousseau is ready to take that next step and have a breakout season. He not only will be getting Von Miller back on the other side of the field but the Bills added Leonard Floyd that should help limit any double teams that he sees.

One other potential factor that should help Rousseau this season is an improved secondary with Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde, and Tre'Davious White on track to be ready for the start of the season.

The only thing that could hold Rousseau back is the Buffalo Bills commitment to rotating players frequently at the position. He may not get as many pass rush opportunities as other players at his position but it isn't unrealistic to expect him to finish the year with double-digit sacks and be in line for his first Pro Bowl nomination.