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PFF: 5 worst-graded Bills players on defense in Wild Card

The Buffalo Bills won their Wild Card matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a 31-17 final.

The Bills (11-6) had a few players that stood out above the rest. On defense, the Bills were led by an attacking defensive front the Steelers could not handle.

In terms of the players who helped them pull out the win, Buffalo will hope such efforts improve from some players throughout the rest of the 2023 playoffs as they aim for the Super Bowl.

According to Pro Football Focus, they’ll need these players to step it up moving forward.

Here are the five worst-graded Bills players on defense Steelers in the Wild Card round:

5. LB Baylon Spector

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(Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

PFF grade: 51.8

4. DT Tim Settle

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(Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

PFF grade: 51.4

3. DE Shaq Lawson

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( Credit: Lon Horwedel-USA TODAY Sports)

PFF grade: 48.4.

2. S Jordan Poyer

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(Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

PFF grade: 44.0

1. CB Cam Lewis

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(Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports)

PFF grade: 41.2

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire