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PFF: 5 worst-graded Bills players on defense in Week 17

The Buffalo Bills won a tight 27-21 final in their Week 17 matchup against the New England Patriots.

The Bills (10-6) had a few players that stood out above the rest in this one. On defense, the Bills were led by tight end  cornerback Rasul Douglas and his takeaways.

But not everyone played as well as him. Buffalo will hope some efforts improve throughout the rest of the 2023 season as they aim to secure a postseason spot.

According to Pro Football Focus, they’ll need these players to start playing at a high level.

Here are the five worst-graded Bills players on defense against the Patriots (4-12) in Week 17:

5. DE AJ Epenesa

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Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports

PFF grade: 53.6.

4. DE Leonard Floyd

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PFF grade: 52.9.

3. DE Kingsley Jonathan

(AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)
(AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)

PFF grade: 484.

2. S Jordan Poyer

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(Photo by Rich Barnes/Getty Images)

PFF grade: 46.0.

1. DT Tim Settle

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PFF grade: 39.0.

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire