The Buffalo Bills are earning respect, and Josh Allen is leading the way with a recent burst of production for the upstarts.
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32. David Blough (LW: NA)
Blough came in making moves on Thanksgiving, but then quickly. went back to being forgettable in a 24-20 loss to the Chicago Bears. While Blough deserves to keep the job over backup Jeff Driskel for the Detroit Lions, let’s not go overboard about his potential.
31. Drew Lock (LW: 31)
Lock won his first NFL start, leading the Denver Broncos to a last second 23-20 win over the hapless Los Angeles Chargers. Lock threw two touchdowns early, but his line was a paltry 134 yards on 4.8 yards per attempt. Let’s see how he fares on Sunday in Houston.
30. Daniel Jones (LW: 29)
Jones can’t stop turning the ball over. He already has 21 on the season, and he didn’t play the first two weeks. The New York Giants are awful, but Jones has to be better. Even for a rookie, the mistakes are outrageous.
29. Devlin Hodges (LW: 30)
The duck man. Hodges kept the Pittsburgh Steelers squarely in the playoff chase with a 20-13 win over the Cleveland Browns. He wasn’t spectacular, but 212 yards on 10.1 YPA will always get the job done with Pittsburgh’s defense.