The Buffalo Bills made quick work of the Dallas Cowboys, going up seven early in the game and never looking back. The Bills were up 31 - 3 in the fourth quarter before the Cowboys found the end zone for their first touchdown. Buffalo dominated the Cowboys, 31 - 10. The beauty of this win is it was on the ground and not the arm of Josh Allen, showing a diverse offense, which will be a problem for opposing defenses as we get closer to the playoffs. This win also moved the Bills up our latest AFC rankings.
In a game like this, you'd expect several high marks from the players and your expectations would be accurate, particularly on the defensive side, with three players earning grades well over 80. On the offensive side, we had two players graded over 80. Now, keep in mind, I only included players that played in on at least a third of the snaps.
I want to give a shoutout to a couple of players though that didn't quite make the top five but were tied at six. Tim Settle and rookie Dorian Williams, both with PFF grades of 71.8. Remember, Settle was in the top five last week with a grade of 82.4, which was tops among the defense. Settle has been playing well as of late and now it's looking like a DaQuan Jones return may be just around the corner, which would be huge heading into the playoffs, assuming the Bills make it to the postseason.