Giants safety Landon Collins and receiver Odell Beckham are well positioned to earn a trip to the Pro Bowl, but it might take a late surge of fan voting for any of their teammates to join them.
Collins and Beckham were the only two Giants players in the Top 5 in their position in the fan vote, as of the last update, last week, and the voting ends on Tuesday night. The Giants' 10-7 win over the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football could provide a surge of support, but it might not be enough to get any more players in by the fan voting alone.
The players for the Pro Bowl are determined by voting from fans, coaches and players. Each voting group counts for one-third each. The players are selected regardless of conference, and the teams are divided up later.
Collins -- who could be in the running for the NFC Defensive Player of the Year and has three sacks, five interceptions and 100 tackles on the season - had 114,677 votes as of Dec. 5. He trailed only Seattle's Kam Chancellor (145,163) among strong safeties. Beckham, who has 79 catches for 1,109 yards and nine touchdowns, had 429,728 votes, putting him behind Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown (508,912) and Atlanta's Julio Jones (438,112).
The 24-year-old Beckham has been selected to Pro Bowls in each of his first two NFL seasons. For Collins, 22, this would be his first.
Among the other Giants who deserve consideration for the Pro Bowl, cornerback Janoris Jenkins and defensive tackle Damon Harrison figure to get a lot of support from players and coaches. Defensive ends Jason Pierre-Paul and Olivier Vernon and center Weston Richburgh could receive support as well.
The Pro Bowl will be played in Orlando, Fla., this year, on Sunday, Jan. 29.