Stephon Gilmore and Zach Brown are the latest Buffalo Bills added to the NFL Pro Bowl [Getty Images][/caption]As disappointing as the Buffalo Bills 2016 season was, especially with the no show efforts at home in December against the Steelers and Dolphins and the "mail it in" game against the Jets in the season finale, the Bills have somehow landed six players in this year's Pro Bowl.  That's the most since 1998 when six players earned the honor.

Bills' cornerback Stephon Gilmore and linebacker Zach Brown are the latest to be named to this Sunday's game in Orlando.  It'll be the first career appearance in the Pro Bowl for both players

Gilmore led the team this year with five interceptions.  That's the most since Jairus Byrd's five interceptions in the 2012 season.

Brown led the Bills with a career-high and team-high 149 tackles, the fifth-most in team history.  He also had four sacks, two forced fumbles, eight QB hits and one interception

Gilmore and Brown will join running back LeSean McCoy, linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, guard Richie Incognito and defensive tackle Kyle Williams representing the Bills this year.  Quarterback Tyrod Taylor was also invited to the game but will not play because of his groin injury.