Three Buffalo Bills are doing pretty well so far in the effort to make the 2013 Pro Bowl roster.
Defensive tackle Kyle Williams, cornerback Leodis McKelvin and safety Jairus Byrd are amongst the top three at their position as voted on by fans.
Prior to Thursday’s win over the Miami Dolphins, according to www.buffalobills.com, Byrd was second in votes among AFC safeties. He currently trails Ed Reed of the Baltimore Ravens, but a strong showing against the Dolphins could move him up the chart.
McKelvin has received a number of votes for his kick return abilities. He was behind Jacoby Jones and Josh Cribbs in votes, but may move up after returning a punt for a touchdown against the Dolphins.
Fans can vote for whom they think should play in the Pro Bowl by going to buffalobills.com/ProBowl. Voting runs until Monday, December 17, and the players selected will be announced on the NFL Network on December 26. Votes by fans, coaches and players will be factored into determining who is selected.
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