The 7-5 Buffalo Bills are thinking about the postseason, in serious fashion, entering the month of December - but in order to win enough games to get there against some of the league's elite teams, they're going to need help from their crafty veterans. Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk wants to know who we consider to be the Bills' craftiest vets, and what their signature moves are.
On #GMCPlaybook we ask @SBNation Who’s hiding something? Let’s talk crafty veterans and what gives them the edge. http://t.co/Fm84ekOka0— Marshall Faulk (@marshallfaulk) November 26, 2014
Even on a team as young as the Bills, it's difficult to narrow the discussion down to just one player. So here are three, and y'all can decide among yourselves who is the craftiest, and therefore the most important to the Bills' stretch run.
RB Fred Jackson (age 33): Healthy once again, Jackson set a season-high with 70 rushing yards in last week's win over Cleveland. He has 351 rushing yards, 340 receiving yards, and three touchdowns this season. These are not typical numbers for Jackson, but he has also missed multiple games due to injury.
DT Kyle Williams (age 31): The forgotten man on the defensive line for most of the season, Williams has recorded a sack in back-to-back games, putting him at five or more for the fourth consecutive season (not counting an injury-shortened fifth). His resurgence is coming at the right time.
CB Corey Graham (age 29): Splitting his time between corner and safety, Graham has consistently performed no matter what his role entails. He has recorded pass break-ups in three straight games, is on pace for a career-high in that category with 11 entering Week 14, and also has 61 tackles and a pick.
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