Dolphins in a tighter game than most people thought they were going to see. As Ryan Fitzpatrick was looking for the finishing blow http://www.thebillslockerroom.com/authentic-micah-hyde-jersey , it was instead Tre’Davious White who pressed →, ↓, →, High punch. In addition to White, here’s who contributed and how much. <hr class="p-entry-hr" id="iWzmbQ">Offense (56 snaps)Before we go into the usual spiel on the 100% club, go back up a second and look at the number of snaps it took to get there. That’s a really low number of offensive plays, driven in large part thanks to Miami’s seven-minute advantage in time of possession. Five scoring drives in about 26 minutes of play time and 56 snaps is pretty darn good actually. The bye week did the Bills good as their 100% club on offense came back intact. Dion Dawkins, Quinton Spain, Mitch Morse, Jon Feliciano O. J. Simpson Jersey , and Josh Allen played on all 56 snaps. Cody Ford played most of the game at right tackle, but continues to share time with Ty Nsekhe. John Brown nearly hit the 100% club himself and is the clear number-one receiver. Duke Williams fell one snap short of Cole Beasley. Williams left in the third quarter with a shoulder injury, suggesting he could have been the number-two receiver on Sunday. Isaiah McKenzie and Andre Roberts round out the group, McKenzie’s 21 snaps is a major increase and may be something to keep an eye on. Frank Gore continues to be the workhorse back...kinda. At 54% of playing time, the Bills aren’t counting on any one player. Devin Singletary’s 22 snaps are indicative of a “committee” style for the Bills. Doing some quick math, the Bills had at least two plays without a running back. Those two snaps were likely part of Patrick DiMarco’s seven. If the running backs are by committee, the tight ends are even more so. Dawson Knox edges out the top spot, followed by Tyler Kroft and Lee Smith. All three players reached 20+ snaps. Smith’s time fluctuates based on game plan and is subject to change. Kroft made his debut in a Bills uniform this week and could surpass Knox before too long, especially if the coaching staff feels his hands may be more reliable at the moment. Defense (73 snaps)The 100% club on defense was a little shakier. This is the second game in a row where most of the group fell a snap or two short. Only Jordan Poyer and Tremaine Edmunds hit the mark. Tre’Davious White, Micah Hyde Womens Jerry Hughes Jersey , and Levi Wallace were close. Matt Milano was held out to further rehabilitate his hamstring injury. In his place, Lorenzo Alexander and Maurice Alexander subbed in. Lorenzo nearly joined the 100% club as a result of his multiple roles in the defense. Maurice exited briefly due to injury, but returned to the field. A rotating cast of defensive backs included Taron Johnson returning from injury, Kevin Johnson who went to the locker room early with a head injury, and Dean Marlowe. All told, they made up the three snaps missed by the starting defensive backs and added 46 extra, meaning the Bills used a nickel defense about 2⁄3 of the game. Trent Murphy edged out Jerry Hughes in snaps, but both played a typical amount for defensive ends. Hughes worked a tiny bit on the left side—a tactic the Bills used sparingly last year. As a result of that and other shenanigans, the numbers don’t work out perfectly between Murphy/Hughes and the rotation that includes Shaq Lawson and Darryl Johnson. The big news at defensive tackle is a decrease in Ed Oliver’s time on the field. Oliver has been seeing time in the 60% range. Jordan Phillips seems like the biggest beneficiary of this, with Kyle Peko and Star Lotulelei putting in pretty standard amounts of time. Special teams (27 snaps)Another week http://www.thebillslockerroom.com/authentic-eddie-yarbrough-jersey , another special teams shakeup. Last week Darryl Johnson, Lorenzo Alexander and Kevin Johnson took over the top three spots from Julian Stanford, Maurice Alexander, and Kurt Coleman. Both those trios broke 70% of playing time. Darryl Johnson was the only player breaking 70% this week with 78%. The Super Alexander Bros had a lot more time on defense and fell off in special teams reps this week. Julian Stanford and reacquired running back Senorise Perry both came in at 63% to create a new top trio. Micah Hyde had four snaps that you probably didn’t think twice about and one snap that I hope you’ve seen at least 30-40 times by now. A Rumblings report on rookie defensive end Darryl Johnson Jr."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections NewsNotesOpinionAnalysisDiscussionPodcastNFL DraftSalary CapNFL DraftAnalysisNotesScouting report: Buffalo Bills defensive end Darryl Johnson, Jr. New,18commentsA Rumblings report on rookie defensive end Darryl Johnson Jr. EDTShareTweetShareShareScouting report: Buffalo Bills defensive end Darryl Johnson, Jr. Heading into the 2019 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills had seemingly set themselves up well to draft the best player available. If the cards came up defense, an edge rusher to pair opposite Jerry Hughes seemed like a strong possibility. Well the Bills landed their defensive end—in round seven with pick number 11. Darryl Johnson Jr. was the selection, a junior hailing from North Carolina A&T. A textbook small school Ramon Humber Jersey , it was notable that Johnson being drafted made it the third year in a row that a player from his school was picked via the draft. In his three years in school, Darryl Johnson Jr. accumulated 19 sacks and 41 tackles for a loss. His 2018 season saw 10.5 of those sacks and added seven quarterback hits. As a result, Johnson was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference defensive player of the year. With small schools often flying under the radar, there’s very little news about Johnson and no notable red flags. An injury sustained as a high school senior reportedly led to Johnson only receiving an offer to play football for North Carolina A&T. An injury in college led to Johnson having limited combine participation. Johnson did participate in Pro Day drills, with mostly respectable showings. His 4.84 time in the 40 was average for the position as were nearly all his performances. His 3-Cone Drill time of 6.97 seconds was just past one standard deviation away from the position norm and is his best number. Even still, his spider chart is intriguing if you dive deep. At the top end for height and the low end for weight, Darryl Johnson Jr. seems poised to take my nickname. There’s some talk he can add weight to his frame, but comparing his arm length to wingspan makes me wonder about this. Assuming similar arm length between right and left, Johnson’s numbers suggest a narrow chest of about 10”. At a full 4” shorter, Ed Oliver’s numbers would indicate he has over a 12” chest. Diminutive additions Jaquan Johnson and Devin Singletary also both come in at the 12” chest. This overly deep wingspan analysis seems to indicate there’s not much frame to add weight to. Darryl Johnson Jr. is said to be a hard worker with excellent energy. Good reaction time and a solid first step are noted strengths. Johnson’s pad level and approach to leverage are praised. The techniques he does utilize are felt to be good. Darryl Johnson Jr. in a nutshell A lack of variety in technique is felt to be a major weakness. There are other odds and end that could be a concern Womens Dion Dawkins Jersey , but consensus is tougher to find with smaller school players due to decreased attention. The one thing universally cited is the slender frame leading to Johnson being out-muscled. If Johnson sticks it’s likely because he put a lot of work in. In need of a wider array of skills, Johnson will need to focus on adding new techniques while maintaining the utility of his existing ones. At the same time he’ll need to add mass and strength. Being undersized at the college level, Johnson could quickly become a liability when faced with NFL competition. There are two former Bills who make good player comparisons, though you may not want to read either name. At 6’4” (still shorter than Johnson), Mark Anderson is a good physical comparison. Perhaps an even better comparison would be Aaron Maybin. At the same height as Anderson but ten pounds lighter, Maybin never found his niche in the NFL. His limited success was as a role player with the New York Jets when a pure speed rush was in use .