4 NY Giants who could be next in line to be Pro Bowlers

These Giants will be future Pro Bowlers

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3. LB Bobby Okereke

The best free agent signing by the Giants last offseason was veteran linebacker Bobby Okereke, who spent the last four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts. The inside linebacker signed with New York on a four-year, $40 million contract and certainly made the most of Year 1 with the team.

This season, Okereke had two interceptions, 10 passes defended, four forced fumbles, and 2.5 sacks, and led the Giants with 149 combined tackles in 17 games played. The linebacker's best game was Week 11, where the Giants were victorious 31-19 in Washington. Okereke had 14 total tackles and two forced fumbles and played a crucial role in helping the team earn the win.

With Okereke being considered a seasoned veteran with five years of experience in the NFL, I wouldn't be surprised if an All-Pro or Pro Bowl honor were coming his way within the next few years. The 27-year-old LB has been playing his best football the last few seasons, which is a big reason for his well-deserving contract from the G-Men.