1. Quincy Williams
It was thought that Quincy Williams would be a lock to make the Pro Bowl. He has emerged as one of the best linebackers in the game. Williams is easily one of the fastest players at his position and is such a hard hitter on the second level.
The Murray State product has filled up that stat sheet, logging 131 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 10 pass deflections, two forced fumbles, and one interception. He is the only linebacker in the NFL with 100+ tackles, 15+ TFLs, 10+ pass deflections, and 1+ interceptions.
To add some fuel to the fire, Williams was the leading vote-getter in his position. The 27-year-old consistently made eye-popping plays that ended with his infamous upper-cut celebration afterward. Williams leads the NFL in defensive stops against the run (51) which is nine more than the next defender.
He can very well be on his way to an All-Pro campaign but Williams made a note regarding his snub.
Williams played lights out in 2023 and had the numbers to secure his first-ever Pro Bowl appearance.