Buffalo Bills top-five PFF grades - offense
1. Josh Allen - quarterback - 88.0
Josh Allen had another one of his signature playoff performances. He completed 21 of 30 passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns. He also added 74 yards on the ground and another touchdown. Allen became the only quarterback in NFL history to toss three or more touchdowns, with more than 70 yards rushing and a touchdown.
2. David Edwards - guard - 86.6
Edwards has been towards the top of the PFF lists for many weeks but rarely plays a lot of snaps. This week he played more than a third of them, 25 in total. 20 of those snaps were on run plays, so I'm not expecting him to play this much this week against the Chiefs but good to know the Bills have capable depth if needed.
3. Dalton Kincaid - tight end - 79.8
Dalton Kincaid had a few more opportunities to make plays being targeted six times but only three of those were turned into receptions. Still, the 29-yard touchdown was a thing of beauty and I expect more of that going forward. Kincaid is a matchup problem for defenses and will continue to make plays.
4. Spencer Brown - offensive tackle - 73.9
It's great to see Spencer Brown on this list and it's not the first time. Brown has come a long way since the offseason. Most fans wanted him replaced or at the very least a backup plan for him. He's proved many wrong though and has become a solid right tackle for the Bills.
5. Stefon Diggs - wide receiver - 73.8
Stefon Diggs was targeted nine times and had seven receptions for 52 yards. While he didn't have a lot of catches he was converted a handful of third downs. Diggs seems to be getting back on track over the last couple of weeks and that should continue. The Bills will need him this weekend against the Chiefs.