Predicting the Buffalo Bills 2020 Depth Chart: Safety
By Daniel Bruce
Practice Squad: Garrett Taylor
One of the more enticing undrafted free agents that the Bills signed in 2020, Taylor was a two-year starter at Penn State where he produced at a solid clip. At 6’0″ 203 pounds the rookie has good size for the position.
Taylor had 4 interceptions in his final two years in college and has an opportunity to sneak his way on to the roster. Including an impressive 7 pass breakups in his junior season, he has a way with the ball.
Despite Micah Parsons doing all the work in the pick six, Taylor finds ways to be in the right spot at the right time where he ends up benefiting for the touchdown.
If Buffalo deems Marlowe not necessary, Buffalo could use Taylor as their fourth safety.
Practice Squad: Josh Thomas
The safety out of small-school Appalachian State, was a key player for the Mountaineers over his two years of starting.
Thomas accumulated 5 interceptions over his final two seasons, and is a capable body for camp.
The odds for Thomas aren’t on his side, as he wasn’t regarded highly out of college and the practice squad is what he should be striving for.