Giants safety Landon Collins was named to the Pro Bowl for a second straight season, the league announced Tuesday.
Collins, who made the Pro Bowl last year, will be the NFC's starting safety after totaling two interceptions and six passes defensed through New York's first 14 games of the season.
The 23-year-old Collins said he had mixed emotions about being named a Pro Bowler again, mainly given he hasn't had the same individual success (five interceptions, four sacks, 13 passes defensed in 2016) or team success as last year, as the Giants have lost 12 of 14 games a year after finishing 11-5.
"It's definitely a mixed feeling, because I want all my guys to succeed, as a team and as a whole," Collins said in a press release. "We all want to succeed and by me just doing it, it's a good feeling, but at the same time a bad feeling, because I want everybody to be happy, not just myself."
Collins leads all defensive backs with 103 combined tackles this season, two more than Falcons safety Keanu Neal and four more than Dolphins safety Rashad Jones. Collins' 103 tackles are 37 more than any other Giants player.
"I think I've played pretty good to get everybody's attention, and being one of the best in the game right now. I'm just humbled by it and grateful for it, going back-to-back times," Collins said in the statement. "It's a blessing."
Defensive tackle Damon Harrison was named as a fourth alternate.
This year's Pro Bowl will take place on Jan. 28 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.