Giants get two guys into the 2020 Pro Bowl
The New York Giants will have two Pro Bowl players in 2020 now that both tight end Evan Engram and cornerback James Bradberry have been named to the NFC’s roster.
Players are voted in by the fans, players and coaches. Each group has a third of the vote.
The fact that Engram is sixth among all NFL tight ends in receptions certainly helped his cause. He has 54 receptions for 572 yards and one touchdown. I wouldn’t focus on his touchdowns because New York’s offense has been inept for them most of the season.
This will really Engram who is scheduled to become a free agent after next season. I’m sure he will use this to try and get even more money.
Bradberry has 39 tackles, 2 forced fumbles, 3 interceptions and 17 passes defended with two games left this season.
Unfortunately Giants’ free safety Logan Ryan didn’t make it in, but is grateful for the support he’s received from Giants’ fans.
Aside from Ryan, other Giants’ players that have had Pro Bowl caliber seasons are defensive lineman Leonard Williams (8.5 sacks) and middle linebacker Blake Martinez (128 tackles, tied for 4th in the NFL).
Former Giant and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul made his first Pro Bowl since 2012. Here are the full rosters.