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AJ MCCARRON: "WORKING MY TAIL OFF" (15:09) Bills Quarterback AJ McCarron addressed the media on Tuesday topics include; competing for the starting job, learning the new offense, and developing chemistry with his new teammates. NATHAN PETERMAN: "EXCITING TO LEARN" (10:58) Bills Quarterback Nathan Peterman addressed the media on Tuesday topics include; learning the new offense, progressing from his rookie year, and developing chemistry with the offense. KYLE WILLIAMS: "GET SOME WORK DONE" (11:12) Bills Defensive Tackle Kyle Williams addressed the media after workouts topics include; new additions on the defensive side of the ball, coming off his first playoff game, and this year being a whole new year. ALEXANDER: "EVERYBODY IS COMPETING FOR A JOB" (12:17) Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander spoke to the media following day two of the team's off season training program. Alexander discusses some of the roster changes and how the team is looking to build off of last year's performance. MICAH HYDE: "EVERY YEAR IS A NEW TEAM" (13:29) Bills Safety Micah Hyde addressed the media after workouts topics include;getting back to the post season, team leadership, and the new additions on the defensive side of the ball.
26CornerBlitz posted a topic in The Stadium Wall Archiveshttps://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-top-101-players-from-the-2017-nfl-season 21. TRE’DAVIOUS WHITE, CB, BUFFALO BILLS Top 101 appearances: New entry There were other rookies that received significantly more recognition than Tre’Davious White, but the Bills’ rookie had an incredible debut season in the NFL and was named PFF’s rookie of the year. White allowed just 50.6 percent of passes thrown his way to be caught in the regular season and allowed no receptions at all from three targets in his one playoff appearance. He has four picks and 12 pass breakups over the full season counting that playoff game and did all this while being thrust into the No. 1 cornerback role for the Bills from day one after the team traded away Ronald Darby. PFF Elite Stat: White led rookie cornerbacks in average cover snaps played per reception allowed (15.8). 95. JORDAN POYER, S, BUFFALO BILLS Top 101 appearances: New entry The Buffalo Bills‘ safeties were overhauled in the offseason, and a new defensive scheme only maximized their impact in Year 1. Jordan Poyer had an outstanding year for the Bills and made the PFF Team of the Week two times. Poyer had five interceptions and six pass breakups over the year, earning an overall PFF grade of 87.6. PFF Elite Stat: Poyer missed only four tackles on 572 snaps in pass coverage. 97. MICAH HYDE, S, BUFFALO BILLS Top 101 appearances: New entry Another player to benefit from the Buffalo safety revamp and scheme change, Micah Hyde came over from Green Bay in the offseason and immediately upgraded the Bills’ secondary. Hyde ended the year tied for the fourth-best coverage grade among all safeties at 89.8 thanks to five interceptions and five pass breakups. PFF Elite Stat: Hyde allowed 80 yards after the catch, eighth-fewest among safeties with 500-plus cover snaps. 99. LESEAN MCCOY, RB, BUFFALO BILLS Top 101 appearances: 3 LeSean McCoy had another excellent season for the Buffalo Bills, a team that found itself unexpectedly in playoff contention and ended up making it all the way to the final minutes of the wild card round against the Jaguars. McCoy had an overall PFF grade of 82.3 and broke 33 tackles on 287 carries. PFF Elite Stat: McCoy totaled 16 explosive (15-plus yards) runs in 2017, which was tied for the second-most among all NFL running backs.