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Pro Bowl voting: New York Giants' Odell Beckham still tops receivers

It's never too early to vote for the Pro Bowl and it looks like some Giants may need some help.

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A 5-7 New York Giants squad may not be the most inspiring of teams in the league but that doesn't mean there aren't any bright spots. In fact, the Giants have five players that are at least top 10 in votes for their position for the 2016 Pro Bowl.

Starting off is the most obvious candidate: Odell Beckham Jr. Not only is Beckham ranked in the top ten out of all players in votes, but he has racked up the most votes out of any wide receiver.

Eli Manning and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie have accumulated a lot of votes relative to most of their peers around the league. However it is not nearly enough to appear on the Pro Bowl roster as they are ranked ninth and tenth in their respective positional rankings.  On special teams, the almost perfect field goal kicker Josh Brown has the fifth-most votes for any kicker while Dwayne Harris has the third-most votes for a return specialist.

In all likelihood, Beckham will be the only New York Giant to represent the team in the Pro Bowl. On the bright side however, Beckham might be the only player out of the entire NFC East to go to Hawaii. The Dallas Cowboys have several of their players that have made it to the top 10 for their position but initial projections have them, the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins as teams without a Pro Bowl player this season.

Help send your favorite Giants to the Pro Bowl by voting at NFL.com