Pro Football Focus has released their player grades and game analysis after the Buffalo Bills beat the Kansas City Chiefs 16-10.
It is a tough job deciphering which Buffalo Bills’ players played well in their game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Pro Football Focus does a good job of figuring that out with their individual player grades for every game.
The top grade Buffalo Bills player? Tight end, Charles Clay. The offensive play-maker received an 86.2 game grade for his play Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Here is Pro Football Focus‘ write-up for Tyrod Taylor and his 71.6 game grade:
"“Returning to the starting lineup after a brief hiatus, Taylor showed he remains a viable NFL quarterback. Although far from spectacular, Buffalo’s signal-caller took care of the football, unlike his counterpart in red.He was methodical underneath (missing only three passes shorter than 10 yards) and quick to pickup yards on the ground when opportunities presented themselves.Taylor was fortunate on one throw, tossing a risky pass that Marcus Peters really should have picked. He also missed a couple of open passes low, perhaps through being overly conservative. Ultimately however, Taylor gives Buffalo a chance to win low-scoring games.”"
It looks as if the quarterback controversy has come and gone.. Tyrod Taylor is once again the man in Buffalo and the Buffalo Bills have regained their tread on the path to a wild-card playoff berth.
Here are the top five Buffalo Bills’ game grades:
TE Charles Clay, 86.2 overall grade
S Micah Hyde, 85.6 overall grade
CB Tre’Davious White, 84.2 overall grad
LB Preston Brown, 81.0 overall grade
Edge Jerry Hughes, 78.8 overall grade
Tre’Davious White has been a member of the top-give game grade list for quite some time now, and I don’t see him leaving anytime soon. He has been a reason that the back end of the defense has been so successful, and is in serious contention for Defensive Rookie of the Year.
Here is Pro Football Focus‘ write-up for Tre’Davious White:
"“White yielded one reception for 6 yards on 3 passes thrown into his coverage. White also had the game-sealing interception on an in route that was thrown behind the receiver.Time and time again White and the Bills defense forced the Chiefs offense off the field on third down.”"
Buffalo climbs to 6-5, and the playoffs are starting to seem real once again.