O'Cyrus Torrence - Offensive Guard
O'Cyrus Torrence seems to have hit a little bit of that rookie wall and Josh Allen made mention of it during a recent press conference. He praised the rookie guard for starting every single snap this season and holding his own. Down the stretch, he's struggled at times, but the Bills haven't had a rookie play at this level since Buffalo drafted Andy Levitre and Eric Wood in 2009.
According to Pro Football Focus, Torrence was responsible for allowing just three sacks and six total penalties. Those numbers look pretty solid but PFF wasn't kind with his grades, scoring him 56 overall on the season. But maybe more impressive is his 1,163 total snaps played, which is what Allen was referencing. The snap count is the second most of any offensive linemen in the NFL.