No Jets were selected to the Pro Bowl, as the league announced the AFC and NFC rosters on Tuesday.
Rookie safety Jamal Adams ranked fifth among all strong safeties in the NFL's fan voting, however that accounts for one-third of the cumulative vote.
Though wide receiver Robby Anderson tried campaigning for his Pro Bowl selection during last month's loss to the Carolina Panthers, he was bypassed in favor of the Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown, Houston Texans' DeAndre Hopkins, Cincinnati Bengals' A.J. Green and the Los Angeles Chargers' Keenan Allen.
Adams was a third alternate at strong safety, while quarterback Josh McCown was a fifth alternate.
I wont miss another Pro bowl. Believe that.- JamalAdams (@TheAdams_era) December 20, 2017
Last year, defensive end Leonard Williams was the only Jets player to be invited to the Pro Bowl when he was an alternate to replace Oakland Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack.