The Bills’ top-five grades from PFF against the Jets

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  • New York Jets
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  • Harrison Phillips
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  • Tremaine Edmunds
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  • Dion Dawkins
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The Buffalo Bills ended the regular season on a high note with a 27-10 win over the New York Jets.

Buffalo’s defense shined, allowing just 53 total yards to the Jets offense, 40 of which came on one play. The Bills (11-6) also set a record under Sean McDermott with nine sacks in the season finale.

That and more is signified in Pro Football Focus‘ top-five grades from Week 18:

Leading the way for the Bills is Dion Dawkins. Dawkins has strung together a plethora of excellent games at left tackle since his return from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. His health and continuance as a lockdown blocker will be key to a Bills Super Bowl run.

Coming at two, three, and four are Bills defensive linemen.

Ed Oliver was terrific against a battered Jets (4-13) offensive line. He could be argued as the best player to see the field last Sunday. Oliver finished his day with four tackles, 1.5 sacks, two tackles for a loss, and three quarterback hits.

Now in his third season, Oliver is molding into the game-wrecking defensive tackle the Bills drafted him to be.

The veteran edge rusher Mario Addison was equally impressive with a multi-sack performance of his own. He had four tackles, two sacks, a tackle for loss, and a quarterback hit.

Harrison Phillips didn’t flash on the box score as he has in past weeks, finishing with two tackles and a quarterback hit. Still another strong performance for the pending free agent.

Tremaine Edmunds rounds out the list but it might be more surprising to not see Greg Rousseau’s name in the top five. Edmunds had five tackles, a tackle for loss, and a pass defended. Rousseau had five tackles, one tackle for loss, and a pass defended as well.

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