Week 11 grades for the Buffalo Bills against the Cleveland Browns

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Running Backs

The Buffalo Bills have been looking for a way to get the run game involved all season and against the Cleveland Browns they were finally able to achieve that with not one but two running backs finishing with a season-high in rushing yards.

Devin Singletary led the way for the Bills with 18 rushing attempts for 86 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown, which is his third rushing touchdown in the past two games. When the coaching staff is able to get him 15-20 rushing attempts per game, the offense is usually very effective.

However, this week he was joined by rookie James Cook who has become a bigger part of the offense over the past few weeks. He had 11 rushing attempts and also had 86 rushing yards, including a 29-yard run.

The Bills drafted Cook in the second round in hopes that he could bring some explosive plays on the ground and he did just that on Sunday against the Browns.

Grade: A