The NFL will announce its 2015 Pro Bowl rosters at 8:00 p.m. ET this evening in televised (NFL Network), over-the-top fashion. It may not seem especially likely that the disappointing, 6-8 Buffalo Bills will place anyone on the roster, but that doesn't mean they don't have a few deserving candidates.
LeSean McCoy, for example, currently ranks third in the AFC with 895 rushing yards at 4.4 yards per pop, and is the centerpiece of the NFL's most productive rushing attack. A low touchdown total (he has just five) will likely hurt his cause, but accruing 1,189 total yards from scrimmage in 12 games has made for a solid debut season for McCoy in a Bills uniform.
Richie Incognito has, perhaps, the best argument for a Pro Bowl nod, as he is widely considered the best player on an offensive line that has paved the way for 148.8 rushing yards per game. Pro Football Focus, in particular, has sung Incognito's praises this season, and many also consider him a legitimate Comeback Player of the Year candidate.
Then there is Ronald Darby, long considered a front-runner for Defensive Rookie of the Year thanks to his 2015 exploits. (He probably won't win that award, given the productivity of Kansas City cornerback Marcus Peters, but don't let that diminish your enthusiasm.) Darby has struggled of late, but still ranks third in the AFC with 23 defended passes, has grabbed two interceptions, and also has a high-for-his-position tackle total of 68.
Who do you believe is the Bills player most deserving of a Pro Bowl nod?