4 Buffalo Bills on the roster bubble with big performances against the Colts

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Prince Emili

The defensive line is probably the one group that has the most depth and this is by design because of the way the Buffalo Bills rotate at defensive end and defensive tackle. However, that group appears to be even deeper than initially thought with the play of defensive tackle Prince Emili.

Emili is another undrafted free agent signing by the Buffalo Bills this offseason who had a big game against the Indianapolis Colts. He would finish the game with three total tackles, one sack, one tackle for a loss, and one pass defended.

Emili should have had another sack but the second sack was taken off the board after Daniel Joseph was called for an illegal low block on the play.

The former Penn University defensive lineman is a smaller defensive tackle, similar to Ed Oliver, but showed he can be a disruptive force on the interior of this line. If the Bills elect to keep five defensive tackles, which is certainly possible, Emili has put himself in a good position for that final spot.