Buffalo Bills Depth Chart

  • HC: Sean McDermott
  • OC: Ken Dorsey
  • DC: Leslie Frazier
  • ST: Matthew Smiley
Updated: 12/03/2022 12:03AM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
LWR13Davis, Gabe 20/4
RWR14Diggs, Stefon T/Min
SWR6McKenzie, Isaiah W/Den10Shakir, Khalil 22/5
LT73Dawkins, Dion 17/277QUESSENBERRY, DAVID U/Ten
LG76SAFFOLD, RODGER U/Ten68Hart, Bobby P/Ten
RT79Brown, Spencer 21/367Murray, Justin SF22
TE88Knox, Dawson 19/385Morris, Quintin CF2189Sweeney, Tommy 19/7
QB17Allen, Josh 18/118KEENUM, CASE T/Cle
RB26Singletary, Devin 19/328Cook, James 22/220Hines, Nyheim T/Ind25JONES, TAIWAN U/Hou
FB41Gilliam, Reggie CF20
LDE50Rousseau, Greg 21/155Basham, Boogie 21/2
LDT91Oliver, Ed 19/197PHILLIPS, JORDAN W/Mia
RDT92JONES, DAQUAN U/Car99Settle, Tim U/Was
RDE57Epenesa, A.J. 20/290Lawson, Shaq SF22
WLB58Milano, Matt 17/553Dodson, Tyrel CF1944Matakevich, Tyler U/PIT
MLB49Edmunds, Tremaine 18/152KLEIN, A.J. W/Chi43Bernard, Terrel 22/354Spector, Baylon 22/7
LCB27White, Tre'Davious 17/124Elam, Kaiir 22/1
SS3Hamlin, Damar 21/64Johnson, Jaquan 19/631MARLOWE, DEAN T/Atl
FS21POYER, JORDAN U/Cle39Lewis, Cam CF19
RCB30Jackson, Dane 20/729RHODES, XAVIER SF22
NB7Johnson, Taron 18/433Neal, Siran 18/5
Special Teams
PK2Bass, Tyler 20/6
LS69Ferguson, Reid CF16
KO2Bass, Tyler 20/6
PR20Hines, Nyheim T/Ind10Shakir, Khalil 22/5
KR20Hines, Nyheim T/Ind6McKenzie, Isaiah W/Den28Cook, James 22/2
Practice Squad
PS22Johnson, Duke RB59Jonathan, Kingsley DE84Davidson, Zach TE70Anderson, Alec OT98Brewer, C.J. DT
PS46Ingram, Ja'Marcus CB19Johnson, KeeSean WR11BARKLEY, MATT QB82Coulter, Isaiah WR51Ankou, Eli DT
PS74Van Demark, Ryan OT32McMichael, Kyler CB42Giles-Harris, Joe LB87Gentry, Tanner WR56Love, Mike DE
RES5Stevenson, Marquez IR-1180Crowder, Jamison IR-523HYDE, MICAH IR-372Doyle, Tommy IR-465Boettger, Ike DFR
RES15KUMEROW, JAKE IR-1147Benford, Christian IR-1240MILLER, VON IR-13

Depth Chart Fantasy Impact

Buffalo added speed to the backfield in Round 2 pick James Cook. While he never posted true breakout numbers at Georgia, Cook’s tape showed an excellent athlete with clear receiving ability. He exits college with 67 catches for 730 yards across 4 seasons. Cook also tallied a career-best 728 yards in 2021 while playing alongside Vegas’ Round 4 pick Zamir White.

Cook will form a 1-2 punch with Devin Singletary, who’s coming off a career-best season. Singletary’s 2021 turned up 188 carries, 870 yards and 7 scores. He added 40 receptions for 228 yards and another score. For the second straight season, the 25-year-old appeared in each game. He’s scheduled for free agency next spring.

Buffalo moved on from WRs Cole Beasley and Emmanuel Sanders over the offseason. That duo accounted for 184 targets last season. Veteran Jamison Crowder and rookie Round 5 pick Khalil Shakir arrived as reinforcements, with Crowder more likely to make a 2022 impact. He’ll compete with Isaiah McKenzie for the primary slot role a year after making only 12 appearances with the Jets. The Duke product tallied 51 catches at a career-low 8.8 yards per reception. Shakir was widely regarded as a draft-night steal, but he’s more likely to make a 2023 impact.

Neither newcomer projects for a significant target share with Stefon Diggs and up-and-comer Gabriel Davis returning.

At TE, Buffalo took a low-risk, 1-year flier on former Buccaneer O.J. Howard. Only 27, Howard pairs with Dawson Knox to form one of the league’s most enticing TE duos. The question is just how much Howard has left in the tank following a series of injuries, most notably a 2020 Achilles tear. Last year with the Bucs, Howard managed only 14 catches in 17 games while backing up Rob Gronkowski and Cameron Brate.

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