Giants S Landon Collins and TE Evan Engram are among the top of their respective positions in fan voting for the 2018 Pro Bowl.
Collins was the runner-up for strong safeties as he finished behind the Seahawks' Kam Chancellor. The third-year safety was a first-time Pro Bowler last season as he made a run as the runner-up NFC Defensive Player of the Year.
Collins is currently leading the Giants in tackles (103) with two interceptions, two fumble recoveries, and one forced fumble this season.
Engram has impressed in his rookie season, and the fans believe so as he ranks fifth among tight end candidates. Holding the top spot for the position is the Patriots' Rob Gronkowski followed by the Chiefs' Travis Kelce and Eagles' Zach Ertz.
The 23-year-old has been one of the bright spots on the Giants as he has picked up some of the slack for the injured receivers this season. He has tallied 63 receptions, 710 yards and six touchdowns in 14 games.
The fan vote only counts for one-third of voting for Pro Bowl candidates. Players and coaches also vote on who makes it.
Pro Bowl teams will be announced tonight on NFL Network at 8 p.m.