Facing one of the best passing offenses in the league, Tyrod Taylor had his best game of the season.
While he did throw a couple of unforced errors that harmlessly fell to the ground, Taylor made play after play, and most importantly, made them when his team needed him to most. After watching Von Miller get flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct on a third-and-six incomplete pass, Taylor responded with a drive that marched the Bills down the field for a nail-in-the-coffin field goal late in the game.
Whether he was using his legs or throwing darts as he did on a crossing pattern to Nick O’Leary, Taylor reminded Bills fans why he could be a franchise quarterback for this team moving forward.
Gaines secured his second interception on the young season and has become a force in the Buffalo secondary.
Gaines had 12 passes thrown his way and allowed just four receptions and 39 yards. Most impressively, Gaines “saw just an 8.7 passer rating when targeted” by Trevor Siemian, according to Pro Football Focus.
He had 12 passes thrown into his coverage and yielded just four receptions for 39 yards, while also grabbing an interception. Gaines had multiple pass breakups in coverage and saw just an 8.7 passer rating when targeted.
He received Buffalo’s top grade by Pro Football Focus.
Ramon Humber has been another impressive offseason pick-up for the Bills.
The outside linebacker had another strong performance this week, earning an 83.2 by PFF this past weekend.
Humber registered three run stops, finishing with a 16.7 percent run stop percentage according to PFF.