Buffalo Bills top week 14 Pro Football Focus grades

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Bills top-5 PFF offensive grades for week 14

1. James Cook - 73,2

James Cook was incredible against the Chiefs and should be more of a focal point in the Bills' offense. He totaled 58 yards on ten carries, for a 5.8 yards per carry average. He was masterful in the passing game too, leading the team with 83 yards with five receptions, on five targets. Joe Brady needs to get Cook more involved, I'd love to see him with 20-plus touches.

2. Dawson Knox - 70.6

Not bad for a player just returning from a month-long injury. Knox was targeted three times, and he turned all three into receptions and he totaled 36 yards. Of the offensive snaps, he was in on 36 snaps on offense and the Bills ran 12-personnel on 35 percent of the plays. It will be interesting to see how Knox and Kincaid are used going forward. For the record, Kincaid played on 60 of the snaps.

3. Josh Allen - 68.5

The Chiefs were allowing only 183 yards through the air against opposing teams but Josh Allen managed to put up 233 yards and one touchdown. He also added another 32 yards rushing and a touchdown. His pass downfield as he was falling out of bounds was next level. Allen continues to perform at an MVP level and this team will always have a chance with him behind center.

4. Dion Dawkins - 67.0

It didn't always look pretty from the offensive line perspective, but the Bills' line struggles came mostly from the middle of the line, particularly Connor McGovern and rookie O'Cyrus Torrence, scoring 53.7 and 51.2 PFF grades respectively. Let's also keep in mind that a PFF grade of 67 isn't all that special but we'll take it against an excellent Chiefs defense.

5. Spencer Brown - 62.7

Here's another of the Bills' offensive linemen and both the tackles performed "okay" against a great pass rush and one of the top defenses in the NFL. Brown was one of the biggest question marks at the start of the season but he's answered those questions and solidified the right tackle position.