Micah Hyde is the seemingly one solid candidate the Buffalo Bills have to be selected to the NFL's 2018 Pro Bowl roster, which is scheduled to be announced at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Hyde received the most votes for strong safeties from fans, although that accounts for only one third of the voting process. Coaches and players account for the rest.
He ranks among the league leaders in interceptions with five. Hyde, who joined the Bills as a free agent from the Green Bay Packers, also has been credited with 69 tackles.
Other Bills players who figured to get some consideration are:
Kicker Stephen Hauschka. He ranks 16th in the NFL with 97 points. He is 23 of 26 on field goals and has connected on all 27 of his extra-point attempts.
Running back LeSean McCoy. He could benefit from the fact he has been selected to the Pro Bowl the previous two seasons, thus giving him "reputation" credit. He also has solid numbers, ranking third in the AFC and fifth in the NFL with 1,057 rushing yards.
Cornerback Tre'Davious White. The fact he has four interceptions as a rookie will be noticed, although more likely by the media panel voting for NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year than Pro Bowl voters. Still, he's worth mentioning.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell topped fan voting at 855,539, followed by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (833,481), Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (832,446), Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (829,174), and New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (743,355).