The Giants season is going down the tubes, but that doesn’t mean the some G-Men will continue to play no matter what happens on Sunday.

Wide receiver Victor Cruz, offensive guard Chris Snee, and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul have been selected to the pro-bowl.

Kicker Lawrence Tynes was named as first alternate and Eli Manning and David Wilson were named second alternates.

Cruz gathered the most fan votes (a third of the selection process) of any Wide Receiver. Two years ago, no one in sports gambling would have thought that.

“I’m honored and humbled to be selected,” Cruz said in a statement released by the Giants. “It really is a dream come true for me. The Pro Bowl is a great individual achievement, but I know I couldn’t have been named to the Pro Bowl without the support of my teammates. Eli is one of the great quarterbacks in the game. He has done so much for my career.

“Right now, I’m really focused on going out Sunday and our team playing as well as it can, getting a great team win against the Eagles and hoping we get the opportunity to further our season.”

Pierre-Paul will start for the NFC. He was voted a starter last year but had to bow out because of the Super Bowl.

“Just like last year, I would much rather not play in the game because I want to be with my team at the Super Bowl,” Pierre-Paul said. “But it’s a great honor to be selected among the best in the NFL at my position.”

Snee – Tom Coughlin’s son-in-law – has been selected to four pro bowls. The first Giants since Jeremy Shockey to do so.

“It’s always an honor to be selected to the Pro Bowl,” Snee said. “It doesn’t quite feel right coming off of our last two performances [losses to Atlanta and Baltimore], but it is an honor because you’ve earned the respect of your peers, the coaches and, of course, the fans.”