Chris Hogan (WR, #15)
Originally signed to the Bills practice squad in 2012, Chris has turned his underdog story into a reality,
earning a spot on the 53-man roster. In the 2014 season, Chris racked up 426 yards on 41 receptions and appeared in all 16 of the Bills games.
Chris continued his streak of solid play on Monday, racking up 95 yards on 6 receptions,
to keep the Bills’ offense moving all night long.
Stephon Gilmore (CB, #24)
Originally drafted in the 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft, Stephon was the 11th player in Bills history to be selected from South Carolina. He played in 14 games during the 2014 season,
starting in all of them, and recording a total of 46 tackles and 3 interceptions.
Stephon was a constant presence in the Bills secondary on Monday. He recorded 1 solo tackle to go along
with 2 pass deflections and an interception.
LaSean McCoy (RB, #25)
LaSean was acquired via trade with the Philadelphia Eagles following the 2014 season.
He was originally drafted by the Eagles in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft, and
solidified himself as a consistent All-Pro performer since arriving in the NFL.
LaSean had another standout game against New England on Monday, racking up over 120 all-purpose yards,
including 82 on the ground, 41 receiving yards and a rushing touchdown.
Jerry Hughes (DE, #55)
Acquired by the Bills via a trade with the Indianapolis Colts in the 2013 offseason, Jerry has been one of the Bills
most productive defensive players since he first arrived in Buffalo.
Jerry continued to show why he's one of the Bills' most productive defensive players on Monday
night, with a stat sheet filled with 3 tackles, 2 of which were
solo, along with a crushing quarterback hit on Tom Brady.