Joe B: Buffalo Bills All-22 Review vs. New York Jets (11/7/16)

Joe B: Buffalo Bills All-22 Review vs. New York Jets (11/7/16)
Posted at 5:51 PM, Nov 07, 2017

After a huge home victory, just five days later, the Buffalo Bills laid an egg against the division rival New York Jets. They couldn’t collect their sixth win, and found themselves with a 5-3 record at the halfway point of the 2017 regular season.

Up next, the Bills take on the red hot New Orleans Saints in a home game that will be pose some problems for the team. Before we start to discuss that game next week in totality, first is a look back at the game that was for the Bills.

Each and every week, will review the tape, and bring you how each player graded out in the previous week, with the help of the Game Pass app on You can see a full explanation of how they are done at the bottom of the article.

Now, to the individual player grades of the Bills versus the Jets:

1) WR Zay Jones
Snaps on the Field: 40/75
Grade vs. Jets: B+

2) DE Jerry Hughes
Snaps on the Field: 49/67
Grade vs. Jets: B+

3) QB Tyrod Taylor
Snaps on the Field: 75/75
Grade vs. Jets: B

4) DE Ryan Davis
Snaps on the Field: 25/67
Grade vs. Jets: B

5) MLB Preston Brown
Snaps on the Field: 67/67
Grade vs. Jets: B

6) WLB Ramon Humber
Snaps on the Field: 50/67
Grade vs. Jets: B

7) WR Deonte Thompson
Snaps on the Field: 52/75
Grade vs. Jets: B

8) CB Tre’Davious White
Snaps on the Field: 67/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

9) DT Kyle Williams
Snaps on the Field: 43/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

10) DE Shaq Lawson
Snaps on the Field: 40/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

11) DT Adolphus Washington
Snaps on the Field: 39/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

12) CB Leonard Johnson
Snaps on the Field: 31/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

13) S Jordan Poyer
Snaps on the Field: 67/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

14) RB LeSean McCoy
Snaps on the Field: 55/75
Grade vs. Jets: B-

15) DT Cedric Thornton
Snaps on the Field: 20/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

16) WR Andre Holmes
Snaps on the Field: 35/75
Grade vs. Jets: B-

17) S Micah Hyde
Snaps on the Field: 67/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

18) WR Jordan Matthews
Snaps on the Field: 71/75
Grade vs. Jets: B-

19) DT Jerel Worthy
Snaps on the Field: 23/67
Grade vs. Jets: B-

20) RB Mike Tolbert
Snaps on the Field: 20/75
Grade vs. Jets: B-

21) TE Logan Thomas
Snaps on the Field: 21/75
Grade vs. Jets: B-

22) LG Richie Incognito
Snaps on the Field: 75/75
Grade vs. Jets: B-

23) RG Vladimir Ducasse
Snaps on the Field: 75/75
Grade vs. Jets: B-

24) C Eric Wood
Snaps on the Field: 75/75
Grade vs. Jets: B-

25) TE Nick O’Leary
Snaps on the Field: 58/75
Grade vs. Jets: C+

26) SLB Lorenzo Alexander
Snaps on the Field: 51/67
Grade vs. Jets: C+

27) LT Cordy Glenn
Snaps on the Field: 75/75
Grade vs. Jets: C+

28) DE Eddie Yarbrough
Snaps on the Field: 21/67
Grade vs. Jets: C+

29) RT Jordan Mills
Snaps on the Field: 75/75
Grade vs. Jets: C-

30) CB Shareece Wright
Snaps on the Field: 67/67
Grade vs. Jets: D+

Players with less than 15 snaps: 
LB Matt Milano - 10
FB Patrick DiMarco - 9
OL Ryan Groy - 8
QB/WR Joe Webb - 3
TE Khari Lee - 2
RB Taiwan Jones - 1

Active players without an offensive or defensive snap: QB Nathan Peterman, T Dion Dawkins, LB Tanner Vallejo, LB Deon Lacey, CB Lafayette Pitts, S Trae Elston, S Shamarko Thomas

Inactives: T Conor McDermott (6), G John Miller (4), WR Brandon Tate (3), TE Charles Clay (3), T Seantrel Henderson (3), CB E.J. Gaines (3), WR Kelvin Benjamin (1)
*(Total games inactive)

Season Grades (Last week’s rank)
*At least 120 snaps to qualify

1) DE Jerry Hughes - 3.52
2) S Micah Hyde - 3.29
3) CB Tre’Davious White - 3.22
4) DT Kyle Williams - 3.15
5) S Jordan Poyer - 3.13
6) WLB Matt Milano - 3.13
7) RB LeSean McCoy - 3.11
8) DE Shaq Lawson - 3.10
9) CB E.J. Gaines - 3.05
10) DE Eddie Yarbrough - 3.00
11) TE Charles Clay - 2.98
12) LT Cordy Glenn - 2.96
13) LG Richie Incognito - 2.94
14) C Eric Wood - 2.93
15) WR Jordan Matthews - 2.91
16) RG Vladimir Ducasse - 2.91
17) FB Patrick DiMarco - 2.91
18) DE Ryan Davis - 2.88
19) QB Tyrod Taylor - 2.86
20) TE Nick O’Leary - 2.82
21) WR Andre Holmes - 2.81
22) SLB Lorenzo Alexander - 2.76
23) RB Mike Tolbert - 2.76
24) WLB Ramon Humber - 2.73
25) DT Marcell Dareus - 2.71
26) MLB Preston Brown - 2.67
27) WR Zay Jones - 2.61
28) DT Cedric Thornton - 2.60
29) DT Adolphus Washington - 2.50
30) NCB Leonard Johnson - 2.41
31) RT Jordan Mills - 2.13
32) CB Shareece Wright - 2.04
33) G John Miller - 1.87

How they’re graded:

Every Tuesday, when the All-22 film becomes available, we’ll go through and watch each play and every player on each play as many times as necessary, to assess a letter grade for that game to the player. It is subjective analysis, and it’s important to note that we do not know the play calls and full responsibilities. With that written, the grades stem from technique, outstanding efforts, and presumed liability.

Only players that take a snap on offense or defense are accounted for, and players with under 15 snaps, unless they have a significant impact on the game, will not be factored into weekly rankings. 

Season-long grades have been tallied and documented, with each individual game’s grade being weighted for how much the player was on the field in a given week. Those can be seen above.

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