This year the Buffalo Bills will be represented by linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and cornerback Tre’Davious White in this year’s Pro Bowl alongside newly-added returner Andre Roberts. However there were players who showed Pro Bowl potential and others who, some would argue, got snubbed. With that in mind lets look at who we might expect in next year’s Pro Bowl.
Note: We excluded White, Edmunds, and Roberts from the list since they’re clearly already on the radar.
Devin Singletary had a break-out rookie season for the Bills and became the feature back during the back end of the season. Singletary finished the season with 969 all-purpose yards and four scores in eight starts for Buffalo, and ranked fifth in the league in yards per carry. His playmaking ability was on full display in the Bills’ Wild Card playoff game against the Houston Texans, tallying 132 yards on 19 touches. Singletary put teams on notice last year, and with a bigger work load next year it will be hard to keep the young playmaker out of the Pro Bowl in 2021.
Poyer is one of the more underrated players on the Bills’ roster. He posted over 100 tackles for the second year in a row while also forcing eight turnovers on the year. Poyer showed in 2019 that he’s one of the league’s elite run-support safeties while also being reliable on the back end. Jordan Poyer is one half of the league’s best safety duo and eventually Pro Bowl voters will have to take notice as the Bills begin to play on bigger stages and hopefully establish themselves as one of the league’s best teams. (The other safety, Micah Hyde, was selected to the Pro Bowl two years ago.)
Milano has been one of the Bills’ best-kept secrets for the past three years. With the defense establishing itself as one of the league’s best, teams and media began to take notice of Milano’s nose for the ball and his ability to play the pass at a high level. With another year under his belt and in Leslie Frazier’s defense, its only a matter of time before the votes begin to roll in.
Assuming he continues to develop and takes another step in year three, we may very well see the Bills’ quarterback representing the AFC. Josh Allen was the face of the Bills this season and showed that he has big-play ability. Regardless of whether you think he's the guy or not, he has won the hearts of fans across the country and with fan voting playing a big part in who makes it in, Allen might only be one good season away from a Pro Bowl visit.