The 2020 NFL Pro Bowl rosters have been revealed and the Buffalo Bills will have one member representing the Bills’ red, white and blue down in Orlando. Lockdown corner Tre’Davious White was voted into his first Pro Bowl appearance as he is recognized as one of the games’ top players in the league.
Playing as the Bills’ top defender this year, there is no question to this selection by the NFL. Although, there could be a fair statement and questioning as to why no more Bills players were voted to the Pro Bowl, seeing as how they have had a top three defense all season long. Not to take away anything from White, but with the Bills’ defense playing at a high level all season long, I completely understand the questioning of why no more Bills’ players were voted in.
Currently tied for the most interceptions in the NFL with Stephon Gilmore, White is turning into a shutdown corner who can manage to have his own island. He makes himself to be so dangerous to quarterbacks to the point they are better off throwing the ball away rather than targeting towards White.
Not only is White tied for the most interceptions on the year, he is tied for the third most pass deflections with seventeen, has recorded 48 tackles and forced two fumbles. When he makes plays like this for the Bills, it tends to shift momentum in favor of Buffalo and help them either take the lead back or extend it.
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From Full Press Coverage, we salute and congratulate White on making his first Pro Bowl in his first three years in the league. He looks to be a major key component in this defense as he was the first draft pick under Sean McDermott.