The Buffalo Bills are regularly ignored when it comes to Pro Bowl voting, but there may not be a bigger snub across the NFL this year than cornerback Tre'Davious White. The first round draft pick has had an amazing start to his career, and has been a key part of a Bills team that is 8-6 and playing meaningful football in December for the first time in years. Let's take a look at what he had to say following the Pro Bowl results.

White rips Pro Bowl voters

In a Tweet that shortly followed the Pro Bowl rosters, White called his lack of an appearance "robbery."

Bills fans would agree, and so would many fans across the NFL.

It's hard to believe that somebody with such impressive statistics wouldn't make the Pro Bowl, even if he is a rookie.

And the players who made it at cornerback in the AFC?

  • Jalen Ramsey (Jaguars CB)
  • A.J. Bouye (Jaguars CB)
  • Aqib Talib (Broncos CB)
  • Casey Hayward (Chargers CB)

I understand the respect for the Jaguars cornerbacks, but Aqib Talib? What has he done this year besides hold receivers and take jewelry away from them? White has several game ending interceptions and has probably been the best defensive player on Buffalo all year.

He has a right to be upset.

And he wasn't the only player left out. Jordan Poyer, who has been extraordinary at safety, also did not make it.

Bills fans know that Poyer has filled the void at safety extremely well and has been a sure tackler throughout the season.

But the snubs should come as no surprise to Bills fans, who know that their players are often undervalued. Here are the players that did manage to make it to the Pro Bowl this year.

Bills Pro Bowl players

Guard Richie Incognito:

Since signing with Buffalo, Incognito has been the best offensive lineman on the team and has continued his strong play in 2017, reaching his second straight Pro Bowl.

Running back LeSean McCoy:

This dude is a monster. He reached the 10,000 rushing yard milestone against the Dolphins and has already rushed for 1,057 yards and six touchdowns this season. He's a huge part of the reason why the Bills have won games this season.

Safety Micah Hyde:

A number of excellent free agent signings have bolstered the roster, and Hyde is one of those guys who just fit in with the defense. He has made a ton of plays, and if the ball is tipped and he's around, he's going to intercept the pass. Hyde's nose for the football helped him make it to the 2017 Pro Bowl, even if fellow safety Jordan Poyer couldn't make it.