The Bills are having their best season in 25 years, so it makes sense that the NFL has taken serious notice when it comes to the annual Pro Bowl.

According to their official social media accounts, the Bills have not one, but FIVE players going to the Pro Bowl in January.

Those players are quarterback Josh Allen, wide receiver Stefon Diggs, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, cornerback Tre'Davious White and kick returner Andre Roberts.

Both Allen and Diggs will make their first Pro Bowl appearance, while Edmunds and White will be making their second after making the Pro Bowl in 2019. Roberts will be making his third Pro Bowl appearance.

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It's so awesome that the Bills are not only winning but they're also getting recognized nationally for it. While they were to a degree last season, I just don't think it was as much recognition as 2020. The rest of the league knows now the Bills are a contender in the AFC.

Buffalo Football Players Drafted to the NFL