Report card: Bills grades at the bye

Here’s how the Buffalo Bills look in Bills Wire’s position-by-position grades at the 2022 bye week:

So far the season has been Josh Allen’s world. He has completed 67 percent of his passes.

We’re not even halfway through the team’s games and he is pushing 2,000 yards. A number, 1,980, which leads the entire league.

 Perhaps the only game Allen struggled was against the Baltimore Ravens on the road due to weather (A game the Bills still won…).

After some early-season lulls, the Bills’ rushing attack has gained some momentum. In the past two games,

the unit has essentially been turned over to Devin Singletary. Combined,

he has averaged six yards per carry through those two contests. He was particularly impressive last week against the Kansas City Chiefs.

But let’s be honest, this group has left a bit to be desired the rest of the year.

So much so that rookie third-round pick James Cook isn’t really involved at all and Zack Moss couldn’t take advantage

of any of his opportunities. So much so that he was inactive last week.

This grade is very much carried by Stefon Diggs. He’s in the discussion for the NFL’s best receiver in 2022.

 His 656 yards is second in the league and he’s averaged a touchdown-per-game (6). He will likely set a career-high there. His previous is 10.

Gabe Davis has had good games as of late, but an ankle injury held him back in a few outings. Thanks to Diggs, the Bills still hummed along for the most part.