The NFL has announced its 2013 Pro Bowl rosters, and to the surprise of no one, the Buffalo Bills did not have a single player voted onto the AFC squad. It's the third straight season that the Bills haven't had a player voted into the worst sporting event on the planet.
Granted, the team didn't have many worthy candidates to begin with. C.J. Spiller, the fifth-leading rusher in the conference, was beaten out for inclusion by Arian Foster, Jamaal Charles and Ray Rice. The player with the best chance at a berth, Jairus Byrd - who is tied for the AFC lead in interceptions this season with Devin McCourty - was beaten out at free safety by Ed Reed.
Leodis McKelvin also had a shot as a return specialist, but that honor very deservingly went to Jacoby Jones.
Time will tell if any Bills get to travel to Honolulu as one of what is sure to be a slew of alternates that get an invite thanks to injuries and sheer unwillingness to participate in such a boring, useless event.