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Ranking the best running backs on the Bills’ 2023 schedule by PFF grade

The Buffalo Bills have some talented teams and offenses on their upcoming 2023 schedule.

Typically, that side of the ball is closely associated with the quarterback play. However, the rushing attack has its part in the game too.

Here’s how Pro Football Focus graded and ranked every running back the Bills will face in 2023:

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Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

PFF grade: 91.6 (1st overall)

PFF grade: 90.2 (4th overall)

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Credit: Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

PFF grade: 82.5 (8th overall)

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Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

PFF grade: 81.3 (11th overall)

PFF grade: 80.8 (13th overall)

PFF grade: 80.3 (15th overall)

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Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

PFF grade: 80.0 (16th overall)

USAT

USAT

PFF grade: 78.1 (19th overall)

PFF grade: 76.7 (21st overall)

PFF grade: 76.2 (24th overall)

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Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports

PFF grade: 75.7 (25th overall)

Grades for players not qualifying for PFF ranking

Players must have played a minimum amount of snaps to be part of PFF’s positional rankings. Usually due to injury, these are the grades for starting running backs that the Bills will face who did not qualify in 2022:

  • Javonte Williams, Denver Broncos: 64.5

  • Breece Hall, New York Jets: 69.8

  • Rachaad White, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 66.4 

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire

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