The NFL has unveiled its 2024 Pro Bowl roster, compiling some of the game’s most elite players and highlighting the stellar season they were able to put together. However, this is admittedly an inexact science and always seems to leave out a handful of worthy candidates. This voting process is broken up into thirds with fans, players, and coaches all getting a say in who makes it in, but stars sometimes slip through the cracks, and this go around is no exception.
Below, you’ll find five players who were snubbed from the 2024 Pro Bowl roster.
You can make an outside argument for Josh Allen to win MVP, and yet he was left off the Pro Bowl roster. The Bills signal-caller has helped resurrect Buffalo’s season and now has them in a position to leap into first place in the AFC East if they can take down the Miami Dolphins on the road on Sunday. Allen’s interceptions were a blemish on his résumé, but you can’t deny his indispensable impact on the Bills offense and overall strong showing this season. His numbers are nearly identical to Patrick Mahomes — who made the roster — and he…