The Buffalo Bills advanced to the NFL playoffs Divisional Round with a sound beat down of the Pittsburgh Steelers. With the 14-point win, Buffalo will now host the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday night, for the right to play in the AFC Championship game. Before we get there though, let's take one last look at the Wildcard game.
Josh Allen had another phenomenal playoff performance and naturally was one of those that made our list here but before I go much further into Allen's performance, I want to give a shoutout to Deonte Harty. His overall grade was one of the top five; however, when I put this list together, I included only those with at least a third of the total snaps. Harty recorded only 14 snaps but made the most of those snaps by earning a PFF grade of 81.6. I wouldn't mind seeing a few more targets designed for Harty going forward.
There were a couple of other players who scored high grades but didn't play many snaps. Linval Joseph was in on only 17 snaps but was graded with a score of 85.2. This is important as the playoffs continue too. Joseph has played well and will be a vital part of the rotation up front. Christian Benford began the game as he has all season, playing extremely well and being part of one of the best corner duos in the league with Rasul Douglas. Unfortunately, he played only 13 snaps due to sustaining an injury. He earned a grade of 76.4. Now, let's get into the rest.