The Buffalo Bills have one player attending this year's 2015 Pro Bowl, but unlike the last couple of years, it's no one from the highly paid defensive line. LeSean McCoy is the lone Bills player voted to the league's annual all-star game.
McCoy wasn't in the Top 10 in fan voting, but was pushed over the top by player and coach voting. Each electorate is worth one-third of the total.
The Bills' top running back is averaging just under 75 yards per game on the ground, but also adds 24 yards through the air each game. He has five touchdowns on the year, despite playing through various injuries since training camp. This will be McCoy's fourth trip to the Pro Bowl, and third consecutive selection.
Perennial Pro Bowlers Mario Williams and Marcell Dareus didn't make the cut this year, and Kyle Williams is on injured reserve. Richie Incognito was also passed over. Despite an explosive month, Sammy Watkins couldn't make a dent in the wide receiver category. These are some players to watch as injury or Super Bowl replacements, possibly even including quarterback Tyrod Taylor.