The final player this season for the Buffalo Bills who deserves a nomination in the Pro Bowl is linebacker Terrel Bernard. This was his first year as the starting middle linebacker and replaced long-time starter Tremaine Edmunds.
The Bills defense has not missed a beat with Bernard in the middle and he has been one of the best linebackers in the NFL. After Week 12, Bernard ranks 10th in the league in tackles with 104 but the reason that the Bills linebacker should be in the Pro Bowl is for the splash plays.
Among the Top 10 linebackers in tackles, he is first in sacks with 3.5, tied for first in interceptions with three and first in fumble recoveries with three. The AFC has some great linebackers in the conference like Roquan Smith, C.J. Mosley and Zaire Franklin but Bernard has absolutely put himself in the conversation this season.