Dorian Williams - Linebacker
Dorian Williams was the Bills' third-round selection, with the 92nd overall pick. This is another one that Bills Mafia was not necessarily excited about but when given an opportunity, he showed some promise. And when Matt Milano went down early in the season, Williams became an integral part of the rotation that helped field the void. He eventually took primarily a backup role later in the season as Tyrel Dodson continued to improve and lock down the spot.
Through the course of the season, Williams played on 211 snaps, producing 35 total tackles and nine stops. According to PFF, he was credited with seven missed tackles. PFF thought highly of Williams' run defense, with a grade of 70.1; however, he received an overall grade of 55.2. Williams was the primary backup to both Dodson and Terrel Bernard for the majority of the season.