PFF Releases 2015 Buffalo Bills Depth Chart

Pro Football Focus released its 2015 depth chart for the Bills and rated each player from elite all the way down to unknown. The analytics site also gave out their three biggest needs for the team.

Pro Football Focus has started publishing their initial 2015 depth charts. The analytics site also places each player into one of the following categories: Elite, very good, good, average, below average, poor and unknown. The initial depth chart for the Buffalo Bills was released and here's the current breakdown:

Elite 2
Very Good 3
Good 7
Average 12
Below Average 10
Poor 4
Unknown 27

PFF listed Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus as elite. Both players are certainly deserving of this honor. 

The very good category consisted of Mario WilliamsKiko Alonso and Dan Carpenter. One could argue that Mario Williams belongs in the elite category. Dan Carpenter was one of the best kickers in the NFL, so he also deserves the very good category. Kiko Alonso apparently made a terrific first impression as he's listed in the very good category after missing the entire 2014 season with a torn ACL.

To see the depth chart in it's entirety click here: PFF's 2015 Bills Depth Chart.

As for team needs, PFF says Buffalo's biggest needs include edge defender, quarterback and wide receiver.

Do you agree with PFF's ratings for the Bills? Were some players given too high or too low of a rating? Share your thoughts with us in our post on the topic

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