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What Bills fans need to know about voting for the 2024 Pro Bowl


Voting for the 2024 NFL Pro Bowl Games presented by Verizon began on Monday, giving Bills Mafia a chance to see their favorite stars earn recognition for their efforts this season.

The 2024 Pro Bowl Games will be hosted in Orlando and will feature a multi-day AFC versus NFC competition culminating with a flag football game between the conferences, coached by Peyton and Eli Manning.

Player selections will be determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches, with each group's vote counting as one-third toward determining who will be selected to this year's Games.

Here are the current Bills players who have appeared in previous Pro Bowls:

2023: QB Josh Allen, WR Stefon Diggs, C Mitch Morse, S Jordan Poyer, T Dion Dawkins, TE Dawson Knox, LB Matt Milano

2022: Diggs, LT Dion Dawkins

2021: Allen, Diggs, CB Tre'Davious White

2020: White

2019: DE Von Miller (Denver)

2018: S Micah Hyde, Miller (Denver)

2017: Miller (Denver)

2016: Miller (Denver)

2015: Miller (Denver)

2014: Miller (Denver)

2012: Miller (Denver)

2011: Miller (Denver)

Players to watch from the Bills:

Josh Allen: The Bills quarterback leads the NFL in total touchdowns with 33 (24 passing, nine rushing), is third in passing yards with 3,215 and has a top 10 completion percentage. Allen has proven that he can dominate defenses on the ground and through the air.

Stefon Diggs: In his ninth season in the NFL, Diggs is on track to have one of his most productive seasons. With eight touchdowns (second-most in NFL) and 969 yards (sixth-most) through 12 games, Diggs has been a staple of the Bills offense and Allen's favorite target.

James Cook: The second-year running back is eighth in yards per attempt with 4.8, averaging 60.9 yards per game with the seventh-highest success percentage (54.9). In addition to his 731 rushing yards, Cook has added 308 receiving yards and three total touchdowns.

Dion Dawkins: While his off-field actions resulted in his second consecutive Walter Payton Man of the Year nomination, Dion Dawkins' play on the field has been Pro Bowl-worthy. Dawkins' pass block win rate is a whopping 94 percent, the second highest rate in the league. In his seventh year in the league, Dawkins continues to be one of the best pass-blocking left tackles in the game.

Ed Oliver: With six sacks and 40 total tackles, Oliver has been an anchor of the Bills defense. In a position that typically sees rotation throughout the game, Oliver played 91 percent of the Bills' snaps against the Eagles. Oliver draws a double team on 56 percent of snaps and has a win rate of 15 percent (ninth in the NFL). He has the third-highest run stop win rate at 46 percent.

Leonard Floyd: The offseason signing of Floyd, who spent the last four seasons with the L.A. Rams, has proven to be a success as the eight-year veteran leads the Bills in sacks with 9.5, which is good for the 11th-most in the NFL.

Terrel Bernard: In his first year as a starter, Bernard has excelled as a leader on the defense with counterpart Matt Milano out due to injury since Week 5. Bernard has 104 tackles, good for the 10th-most in the league and has added three interceptions (tied for the most among linebackers) and three fumble recoveries (tied for the most in the NFL).

Siran Neal: Neal has been a key part of the Bills special teams unit, leading the team with five tackles on special teams. The six-year safety has also stepped in on defense multiple times this season, logging seven tackles across four games in the secondary.

A few reminders about Pro Bowl Voting:

  • Fans can vote Monday, Nov. 27 through Monday, Dec. 25 at ****
  • There is no limit to how many times fans can vote daily
  • The Social Vote component, where fans can post on "X" (formerly known as Twitter) to place votes, will begin on Dec. 11 and end on Dec. 25.
    • During the final "last chance" window (12/24-12/25), social votes will count as double.
    • Votes are counted when the following conditions are met in a post:
      • ProBowlVote + Player First and Last Name

      • ProBowlVote + #PlayerFirstandLastName

      • ProBowlVote + @playerXhandle

      • RTs and replies that include the voting criteria also count
    • The full roster will be revealed live on NFL Network on Jan. 3

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