- Buffalo, NY 14127
|Kamu Grugier-Hill, LB||Inactive|
|Shareef Miller, DE||Inactive|
|Matt Pryor, OT||Inactive|
|Jordan Mailata, OT||Inactive|
|Dallas Goedert, TE||Questionable|
|Conor McDermott, OT||Inactive|
|Jaquan Johnson, S||Inactive|
|Taron Johnson, CB||Inactive|
|Tyler Kroft, TE||Inactive|
|Devin Singletary, RB||Questionable|
|Points Per Game||32.0||17.0|
|Points Allowed Per Game||27.0||16.0|
|Pass Yards Allowed||380.0||175.0|
|Rush Yards Allowed||28.0||68.0|
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