The 2021 Pro Bowl might not be held as usual, but Bills Mafia can still vote their favorite players to the Pro Bowl roster.
Voting for the Pro Bowl is open now through Dec. 17 on NFL.com/ProBowlVote.
Fans can also cast their choices on Twitter from Dec. 1 through Dec. 17.
The 2021 Pro Bowl game – originally scheduled for Jan. 31 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas – was cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be replaced by a series of virtual events recognizing the league's top players, with full rosters set to be announced in December.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen leads the NFL in pass yards (2,871) and ranks in the top 10 (minimum 200 pass attempts) in yards per pass attempt (8th, 7.9), completion percentage (8th, .684), pass touchdowns (6th, 21) and QB rating (8th, 103.2). He ranks sixth among quarterbacks with 279 rushing yards and is tied for third with five rushing touchdowns.
Wide receiver Stefon Diggs is another candidate to earn his first Pro Bowl appearance. He leads the NFL in both receptions (73) and receiving yards (906).
How to vote
Visit NFL.com/ProBowlVote between now and Dec.17 and cast up to six votes per position OR cast votes on Twitter from Dec. 1 through Dec. 17 through any of the following three methods:
· Tweet #ProBowlVote plus a player name (e.g. #ProBowlVote Josh Allen)
· Tweet #ProBowlVote plus #PlayerName (e.g. #ProBowlVote #JoshAllen)
· Tweet #ProBowlVote plus @PlayerUsername (e.g. #ProBowlVote @JoshAllenQB)
Tweets must be public to be counted. Retweets from public accounts will also be counted as votes. Votes accumulated during the last 48 hours on Twitter will count double.