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2013 Pro Bowl Voting Results: Buffalo Bills Shut Out

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Go figure: no member of the 5-10, last place Buffalo Bills were voted into the 2013 Pro Bowl. You're shocked, right?

Matthew Stockman

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.