Grades for each position group for the Buffalo Bills in Week 6

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The Buffalo Bills have gotten consistent play week to week from their starting duo of Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano. While Edmunds led the way in terms of tackles with 10, there is a case to be made that Milano made more impact plays. He had only three total tackles but had a tackle for a loss on Isiah Pacheco that was in the open field where if he didn’t make the tackle it likely would have been a touchdown.

Milano also was a key part of the interception at the end of the game by Taron Johnson. According to Matt Parrino, Patrick Mahomes noted that Matt Milano stepped up as he escaped the pocket and forced him to reset.

Week 6 Grade: A


Patrick Mahomes is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL and he is not a player that teams are going to shut down. The hope is that you can limit his impact and the Buffalo Bills secondary did just that.

The Bills gave up over 300 passing yards and Mahomes did have two touchdowns however he was also intercepted twice. The first one was on the opening drive for the Chiefs’ offense when Kaiir Elam picked off Mahomes in the end zone.

The second interception was their final drive of the game when Taron Johnson stepped in front of Skyy Moore and completed the interception. It was an impressive performance from the secondary and made the plays when needed.

Week 6 Grade: A-