Second-year safety Jamal Adams has been the best player on the Jets for most of this season. And he'll likely be their lone representative at the Pro Bowl, too.
The 23-year-old leads all strong safeties with 92,765 votes, just ahead of Washington's Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Landon Collins of the Giants. He is one of just two Jets to be ranked in the top 10 at his position. The other is return specialist Andre Roberts, who ranks eighth among returners.
The fan voting - which counts for one-third of the process along with player and coach voting - runs through Dec. 13.
Adams, the sixth-overall pick of the 2017 draft, has emerged as a defensive leader for the Jets this season. He had his first career interception on Opening Night and he has 67 tackles, 1 ½ sacks and nine passes defensed. He's become a vocal leader and team spokesman too, as the Jets have struggled to what is shaping up as another losing season.
His father, George Adams, played seven seasons in the NFL as a running back for the Giants and Patriots. He never made the Pro Bowl, though.