Corey Graham (CB, #20)
Signed by the Bills in the 2014 offseason, Corey has quickly earned his stripes as one of the Bills most reliable defensive backs. Prior to arriving in Buffalo, Corey played with the Baltimore Ravens. He was originally selected as a 5th round pick of the Chicago Bears in the 2007 NFL Draft after a standout collegiate career at New Hampshire.
Corey came up big in the Bills secondary on Sunday, recording 13 tackles, 8 of which were solo, and a bone crushing sack on Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning.
Karlos Williams (RB, #29)
A rookie out of Florida State, Karlos impressed Bills fans throughout training camp and earned himself a solid spot in the depth chart as a result. Karlos finished ninth all-time in Florida State history with 22 rushing touchdowns.
Karlos continued his string of impressive performances on Sunday, racking up 70 all-purpose yards, including 40 yards on the ground and 30 yards receiving. His 23-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter cut the Giants lead to a one possession game.
Charles Clay (TE, #85)
Charles signed with the Bills in the 2015 offseason after an impressive four-year string in Miami. The former Tulsa Hurricane has established himself as a dependable offensive threat over the course of his career, having compiled 14 touchdowns and over 1,800 yards receiving heading into his debut season in Buffalo.
Despite the loss on Sunday, Charles’ performance was a bright spot for the Bills offense. He had 9 receptions for a game-high 111 yards, and was a serious threat on the offensive side of the ball all game long.