NY Giants Pro Bowl: Surprises and snubs

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The NY Giants sent two players to the 2021 Pro Bowl. One was completely deserving while the other came as a major shock. Find out who surprised and made it and who was snubbed and didn’t make it.

The NY Giants did not send a single player to the 2019 Pro Bowl last year for the first time in 23 years. That changed this year

The NFL Pro Bowl teams were announced Monday and the NY Giants have two representatives.

Giants Cornerback James Bradberry and Tight End Evan Engram will represent the New York Giants in the 2021 Pro Bowl. It is both players first time earning the distinct honor of being a Pro Bowler.

The decision to put in Bradberry comes as no surprise.

Bradberry has been an excellent free agent signing for New York as he has followed and shutdown opposing #1 receivers all season long. He is at the top of every major leaderboard for significant cornerback stats and metrics.

On the other hand, Evan Engram making his first career Pro Bowl comes as an absolute shocker.

Engram has been one of the team’s biggest disappointments all season long. He only has one receiving touchdown and has only gone over 50 yards three times all season. He simply hasn’t done nearly enough to justify his spot on the NFC roster. There are far more deserving candidates such as T.J. Hockenson, Logan Thomas, Robert Tonyan, Dalton Schultz, Hayden Hurst, and Dallas Goedert were all significantly more qualified to make the Pro Bowl team.

Several other New York Giants did not make the team and got snubbed. Here, we breakdown some snubs and surprises.

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